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    09-14-2012, 02:20 PM
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Weanling
Color Woes

So back again on the extra credit that I was working in before (where I asked about roam being lethal). Got it graded and handed back. I'm not sure if the professor graded it or a TA but I put Rn- for the roam and got marked wrong and was told it should be Rnrn. UGH! I even explained myself in it.

On another note, one picture I was provided with was an Appaloosa who I was unsure if she was a bay or buckskin. I ended up googling to see if I could find what she truly was. I found the ranches site and they have her as a buckskin. Looking at her other pictures I kind of feel she looks like one too. Grader marked me wrong saying she's a bay.

This is the ranches site: http://nnamtrahappaloosas.m.webs.com/site/mobile?dm_path=%2Fmares.htm&fw_sig_site=59163388&f w_sig_is_admin=0&fw_sig_permission_level=0&fw_sig_ tier=0&fw_sig_session_key=34f98cfadd2a27403b88efb6 60f09e5b178b1a98578e6081a8dbaca979ec8935-59163388&fw_sig_api_key=522b0eedffc137c934fc726858 2d53a1&fw_sig_time=1347641374579&fw_sig_permission s=none&fw_sig_social=1&fw_sig_access_token=855e79e d359551be481b95a98d1e51c4019be80c&fw_sig=6eb4f3397 2915452088a0a773c7c4207&fw_sig_premium=0&fw_sig_ur l=http://nnamtrahappaloosas.webs.com/&fb_sig_network=fw#0103

She's the second one down, CAYUSE SPEED INFEWSION. The picture provided to us is the one where she's turned. In the first she definitely doesn't look bay. I wish I could find out more about her foals to see if she's produced cream horses out of non creams. What do you all think?

I just found her on all breed pedigree and she's listed as palomino rofl. It does show her producing a palomino foal by a supposed chestnut stud.

Sorry for the long link. I'm using my phone and it's not cooperating.
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    09-14-2012, 02:40 PM
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Started
I am no expert in color but here's a more user friendly link: Mares - "NNAMTRAH" Appaloosas/Sportaloosas and Boston Terrier Dogs
     
    09-14-2012, 04:50 PM
  #3
Weanling
Thank you. I couldn't get it to get off of the mobile user site.
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    09-15-2012, 10:41 AM
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Weanling
Anyone want to share their opinion? If she is actually buckskin I'd like to send an email to my professor to get the grade fixed.
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    09-15-2012, 10:47 AM
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Trained
That's something that can be had to gauge with Appaloosas. LP can really skew what the base color is.
     
    09-15-2012, 10:51 AM
  #6
Weanling
Yeah I was thinking of that, but she did produce a palomino by a chestnut apparently though.
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    09-15-2012, 12:38 PM
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Trained
I know why she is insisting the mare is bay though... she comes up on a google image search for "bay appaloosa mare" and "bay appaloosa" *facepalm*

I would forward on the information that you found on the mare, including the website, from your computer, to the teacher and just leave it at that.
     
    09-15-2012, 02:26 PM
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Banned
I've raised a lot of bay Appys, and would bet the farm she is a buckskin...
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    09-15-2012, 10:13 PM
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Weanling
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I know why she is insisting the mare is bay though... she comes up on a google image search for "bay appaloosa mare" and "bay appaloosa" *facepalm*

I would forward on the information that you found on the mare, including the website, from your computer, to the teacher and just leave it at that.
That's exactly how I found the picture online! Lol. Looked up buckskin Appaloosa and found nothing. Came up under bay but looked at the website.
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    09-17-2012, 12:09 AM
  #10
Yearling
Looks buckskin to me, but if I'd done the paper since it's about genetics I would have used color tested horses.
     

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