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Breeding a Chestnut to Chestnut paint - foal color?

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        04-05-2011, 07:35 PM
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    Chestnut is recessive, meaning to be a chestnut, the horse is homozygous chestnut. So chestnut + chestnut will ALWAYS = chestnut. No other alternative. Whether or not the foal would have a pattern would depend on whether or not the patterned parent is hetero or homozygous.
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