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post #21 of 35 Old 01-10-2012, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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Yes,I have already stated that Spirit is not a carrier! I agree 100% percent with what you are saying lol I am definitely not trying to argue at all!!! I am just putting the information i have been exposed to out there, if its wrong then so be it now i know... somebody should let APHA know their entire registrations is based on bull****. You are totally correct that there is no way to tell for sure without testing, I wasn't trying to say otherwise in my previous posts! I was simply stating that theiris know doubt it is less common in Tobianos and Solid-bred paints. I understand it is still possible, and should still be tested, because of its hiding factors. Thanks for the impute! and again SPIRIT IS NOT A CARRIER! lol
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Yes,I have already stated that Spirit is not a carrier! I agree 100% percent with what you are saying lol I am definitely not trying to argue at all!!! I am just putting the information i have been exposed to out there, if its wrong then so be it now i know... somebody should let APHA know their entire registrations is based on bull****. You are totally correct that there is no way to tell for sure without testing, I wasn't trying to say otherwise in my previous posts! I was simply stating that theiris know doubt it is less common in Tobianos and Solid-bred paints. I understand it is still possible, and should still be tested, because of its hiding factors. Thanks for the impute! and again SPIRIT IS NOT A CARRIER! lol
Has he actually been tested?

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Out of curiosity the last 3 horses have similar facial markings.( is that because of the frame?) and the 2nd one is kinda lopsided like you said you would expect to see in a splash. (not that i am saying it is lol) I just want to learn more on how to recognize different markings.
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Splash on the second one. Splash and possibly sabino on the third one. Splash and sabino on the fourth.

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Has he actually been tested?
YES!!! n/n homozygous negative! He is a NON-CARRIER!!!

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Ok, no need to get so peeved. I asked if he had been tested, all you said was that he didn't have it and started telling me about his pedigree.

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Ok, no need to get so peeved. I asked if he had been tested, all you said was that he didn't have it and started telling me about his pedigree.
Sorry if i didnt come across clearly.... and if i came off as peeved lol I guess emotions aren't displayed well across the keyboard...
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Chiilaa... I know this is an absolutely terrible picture, but this is Spices father it says on his papers he is a Buckskin/Overo. Does he look like he is a Frame carrier to you?
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Yes, that also screams frame to me. The white on the body and neck, the way it stays to the middle, the way it spreads on his face.

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post #30 of 35 Old 01-10-2012, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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The Sorrel is the Spices Grand-dam and the Black is her Grand-Sire.
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