Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Perth, Western Australia
• Horses: 0
Eh Druydess that site is a fairly old, non-maintained site that has not stayed current. Some of the information remains up-to-date, but most of it is not. As well as that, some of the "information" is just wild speculation with no basis in fact at all.
In terms of flaxen, it can't be a dominant gene, because non-flaxen parents can have a flaxen foal, and it can't be recessive, because two flaxen horses can produce a non flaxen horse.
Mods, grant me the serenity to see the opinions I cannot change, courage to change the ones that should change, and the wisdom to spot the trolls.