Oh ok cool :) that would explain the blue patch in the one eye then. She is very special. Really hope she matures the lovely gold on her knees/hocks but I don't really mind either way. I like them gold and I like them creamy. Buckskin is just a gorgeous colour IMO regardless of shade.
Does the minimal expression of splash mean that if she ends up being bred (IF - she'll have to be really exceptional) there's a chance she'll throw a loud foal? I probably won't breed her, I bought her to eventually be ridden and take over from my rising 16yo anglo arab and if I put her in foal I'll lose a lot of time I could use to get her ready to do just that. Plus, quality though she might be (in my eyes), she's of unknown breeding so her foals would only ever be eligible for part-bred registration no matter the stallion I were to put her to. That takes a lot of $$$ off the potential foal's value and usually the well-bred, valuable individuals end up having a better/more successful life than the poorly bred dime-a-dozen types. Plus, there's no guarantee that she is as gorgeous as she is because of her breeding - she might be so lovely despite it! (I know I personally wouldn't have kept her daddy entire if he were mine, but I'm not complaining, if he was a gelding I wouldn't have my Satin)
As an afterthought, if you look carefully at the headshot photo, you can see a light spot in her eye. I wonder if that's the blue patch showing up?
I make myself sound like I only love her for her colour hahaha but that couldn't be more off the mark, I would love her even if she was a boring bay with no white (incidentally, I looked at a colt matching that description, and he was lovely, but he had a dodgy hoof due to injury [the reason for sale, the owner told me, very upfront], and no hoof, no horse!). Her colour and the gorgeous eye just add to how gorgeous she is. The colour does not make the horse, but the horse makes the colour. Does that make sense?