Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Gloomy Indianapolis
It's entirely possible she is a smokey black, but it would be impossible to say for sure without having her tested. I don't think she has the silver dapple/chocolate gene, it typically lightens all black on the horse and her body is too dark with no light hairs visible in the mane. There is SOMETHING going on to giver her that light tail, I am not sure if the cream gene would do that though. We have a smoky black at the farm and while he has a few white hairs in his tail it's nothing like that, and he is a very unique iron gray color. He has been tested.