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    05-03-2012, 11:52 PM
Green Broke
I'd venture to say smokey black. If the sire were homozygous black, she'd get a copy of the cream gene from mama. My buckskin baby is by a homozygous back tobi and out of a perlino mare :) He's a darker buckskin, he's got raccoon eyes and a really dark muzzle. Your girl is gorgeous!
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    05-04-2012, 11:35 PM
Green Broke
No, she only has a 50% chance of getting the cream gene unless dad was smokey black too (highly doubt it). Buckskin is only one copy, so only a 50/50 chance it's passed on. With cremello, perlino and smokey white the foal is guaranteed at least one copy of cream, potentially two.

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