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post #31 of 39 Old 02-06-2011, 08:14 PM
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Yup, it is actually becoming more apparent as more people test that white patterns are often minimal and you don't see them. I have seen pics of a solid filly, completely solid, not a speck of white on her, who tested homozygous for tobiano.
That's the first I've heard, very cool.
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post #32 of 39 Old 02-06-2011, 10:50 PM
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I want to test my mare to see if she carries frame or sabino. Her dam is an overo, but since her sire was a QH, she ended up solid with a pastern and wide blaze the extends down to her chin.
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Poseidon, if you test your mare for SB1 she could very well be carrying another form of Sabino. There are more out there, there just happens to be the only test available at this time.

Frame wouldn't be bad to test for. Always good to know if you ever plan on breeding her. :)
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Poseidon, if you test your mare for SB1 she could very well be carrying another form of Sabino. There are more out there, there just happens to be the only test available at this time.

Frame wouldn't be bad to test for. Always good to know if you ever plan on breeding her. :)
That's the main reason I would test for frame. I can't see myself breeding her in the near future, but it would be nice to know if the occasion ever arises. :)
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Do you happen to have any pictures of her dam?
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This is the best picture full body picture I can find.
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Oh yeah, totally frame! lol I was curious if she was frame or splash you know?


And sorry to all for taking this so far off topic!
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I also apologize for hijacking this thread! Sorry!
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Looks like Frame Overo x Sabino. As I said before, Frame Overo is literally the 'frame' of the horse, or the inside of it. Sabino causes the white chins and unusual leg markings.

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