I would love to figure this out once and for all.
My mare is solid black with two blue eyes, a large and bottom-heavy facial marking, and one small and pointy/jagged leg marking. She has no white anywhere else (except a tiny piece of one hoof).
This is her dam: LTO Bodealia, foxtrotter for sale in Florida
Bottom-heavy jagged stripe, lip white, no leg markings.
This is her sire: http://www.missourifoxtrottersatoz.c...0CLOUD%20C.jpg
Solid black. No white.
Here's her pedigree: Clouds Mystique W Missouri Fox Trotter
Not a pinto in sight, although there are a few sabino-looking horses registered as either roan or solid. If you look through the photos, ignore Croupier all the way through Hoogheid. Somebody screwed up.
Anyway, I had her tested for SB1 and it came back negative. Do any of the horses in her pedigree look like they could be splash or frame? How minimally can they be expressed? How many generations can they stay so minimally expressed?
I really don't know what to think. I've seen pictures of both splash and frame horses that look just like her.
http://www.sunrae.com/redrockminiatu...ightImage2.jpg (he has a partial blue eye)
These horses are all related to the previous horse:
She has a full brother who has the exact same markings she does, so there has to be a reason for it.