So I have a three year old bay roan mare that I would like to breed when she gets a little older and has more training done. I know this will be a little difficult because I don't know any of her genetic doms and recessives, but I have a couple colors from studs I have in mind.
Obviously, Roan(preferably black roan) would be one and the only colors I could get would be black/brown(bay) either roan or not
But what about a cremello or palomino stud(preferably light, no sooty and probably no silver)? I know Palomino roans exist but since she is bay, could there be enough diluted genes to get anything lighter than a bay colored horse, roan or not?
Or Grulla stud?
Also paint(probably black/white). Are their chances of the paint gene being passed?
These just being guesses without knowledge of gene dominance and recessiveness. Any ideas/suggestions?
(These pictures are of the the mare. The one with the child was taken in the throws of this last, very hot summer. The bareback picture was taken in last month in December. Cold winter this year, so she is very fluffy.)