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post #11 of 44 Old 10-31-2012, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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Sire was a black and white Tobiano, Mom is a Grulla Tovero
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post #12 of 44 Old 10-31-2012, 06:05 PM
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I don't see grulla in mom either, but I think your colt looks to be a bay Dun. If his stripping and dorsal stripe stays.
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This is what the Animal Genetics color calculator gave me as color possibilities,

23.44% -
Black Tovero
23.44% -
Grullo Tovero
11.72% -
Black Tobiano
11.72% -
Grullo Tobiano
5.86% -
Grullo Sabino
5.86% -
Black Sabino/Splash
5.86% -
Grullo Sabino/Splash
5.86% -
Black Sabino
1.56% -
Chestnut Tovero
1.56% -
Red Dun Tovero
0.78% -
Red Dun Tobiano
0.78% -
Chestnut Tobiano
0.39% -
Chestnut Sabino/Splash
0.39% -
Chestnut Sabino
0.39% -
Red Dun Sabino
0.39% -
Red Dun Sabino/Splash
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I don't see grulla in mom either, but I think your colt looks to be a bay Dun. If his stripping and dorsal stripe stays.
What color do you see in the dam?? She is registered as a grulla.
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Has mom been DNA'd Is she homozygous for Dun or Black
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post #16 of 44 Old 10-31-2012, 06:13 PM
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I could be wrong.. I just don't see grullo in the colt and mom looks faded black. I don't see any dorsal , leg bars, ear tip ect. Do you have any other pics??? I see she has lots of white so it makes it hard. But like I said she could be grulla., But I think they can still throw a bay, I will check too :)
Now I'm really curious:)
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post #17 of 44 Old 10-31-2012, 06:16 PM
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Ok here is my calculations, with out knowing DNA. My guess is now Red Dun
46.88% -
Grullo
46.88% -
Black
3.13% -
Red Dun
3.13% -
Chestnut
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Not yet mom is going to get tested for all the coat patterns/colors when she comes home from the trainers later this winter.
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He's not going to be Grullo.
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post #20 of 44 Old 10-31-2012, 06:26 PM
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Has she had any other foals. That would be cool if she is Homozygous For the Dun factor !! This foal already says yes for the possiblity :)
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