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Genetics in quarter horses

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        01-12-2013, 12:53 AM
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    Green Broke
    I just looked up Reminic In Spots on all breed pedigree. His father is a regular sorrel, but turns out the mom is a varnish roan... Here's what they said about her:
    "Reg as bay with AQHA. Started to roan out at about 8 years of age. Varnish/LP (appaloosa) roan. There is LP-roan in the QH breed, but not in her immediate pedigree, so apparently there was a mixup. Or, several generations never recorded the fact that they roaned out. Her pedigree traces at least 8 times to the Coke Roberds breeding program (which had known LP-roans)."
         
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        01-12-2013, 02:50 AM
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    Green Broke
    more ..

    Found this pic, of Reminic in spots, and if you google him there is an article, and it has links to other spotted quarter horses..
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