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post #31 of 56 Old 06-09-2012, 11:59 PM
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Interesting;I didn't think about her being sabino,but now that you point it out,some of the characteristics are there..
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post #32 of 56 Old 06-10-2012, 12:05 AM
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I seen though in your thread..the stallion you have considered for breeding if you do...has he been tested? If he is - for frame it shouldnt matter if yours carries it...I believe to get a LWO both parents must at least be heter and carry the frame gene.
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post #33 of 56 Old 06-10-2012, 12:08 AM
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Umm,heter? What does that mean?
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heterozygous..means not a dominant gene but a carrier usually
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Heterozygous,of course! I was trying to figure out what this strange word was,didn't even think of it being an abbreviation,lol.
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lol..its ok...that mare is beautiful..since getting that stallion(gelding) that got to my mares and waiting to see what color foals I get I have really started liking the color patterns
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I'm just starting learning more about them myself;I knew they were out there,but didn't really know their characteristics,ect. It's really quite extensive,way more to them then I first thought there to be.There's a whole world of learning to be done in the white color patterns alone! lol
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Well I know this..my gelding is Tobiano/sabino and I guess frame since his test was nO....and both my mares are nn so there is a 50/50 of the foals being nO and nn......so who knows...although unplanned breedings and I now excited to see what we end up with.
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They need to hurry up and show us what they have in there! :)
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I know they are killing me....I think Im fixing to just give up on foal watch and get a full nights sleep and watch them both have them!!!!
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