Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher Arabians
That's why, when I'm breeding for color and pattern, I won't use a grey. They're all born either chestnut, black or bay with the pattern and then they start to fade (grey out) as they get older until some don't even look like they have a pattern anymore. She's just greying out, right now she's looking kind of flea bitten and you can still see her pattern.
That's why the breeder was selling her, she got a good deal and she's a great little horse but she wasn't going to fit into her breeding, she breeds for loud color and big butts :).
Thanx everyone for your help!!! Now that I really look at her I can see patterns in her gray..crazy I just didn't know this was possible lol