Originally Posted by TexasBlaze
She could very well be a roan then. If she was roaned after her adult coat came in without her face being roaned then she is a roan as well as grey.
A black spot in a white leg marking is called an ermine spot. I have no idea whether it will stay as she greys or not! I've never considered that!! Something to research!
In the horse world you have to realize that we all have our own opinions and ways of doing things. However we all have a common interest and that is the safety and wellbeing of the animals we love. Nobody is saying anything to offend you. Only trying to make you see that your actions and thoughts arent something you can reverse in horses. If you mess up and breed the wrong horses or breed for the wrong reasons its the horse who will be paying the price... and in a way it IS the fault of the people who didnt tell you better. I still feel bad about not stopping my brother from breeding his mare when he bred her and got his black. She's had so many physical problems and she's mentally unstable around people. She isnt safe for anyone. If I hadve stopped him she wouldntve been in the pain she's in now from her legs.
I think in this case it's on the knee, and thus not an ermine. It is probably caused by the grey minimising the black on her points, and, like the rest of her, will eventually be completely white.
OP - 50% chance of a grey foal without knowing anything else about her genetics.