Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Higgins, TX. YeeHaw!!
If neither parent was gray (which it doesn't sound like they are), then there is precisely a 0% chance of her graying out. And, at 2 years old, even if she did have a gray parent, there would be some pretty obvious signs on her face that she was going to.
I don't believe she's graying. What I see is a very attractive brown horse that has some white ticking in her coat. Like others have said, it can be due to rabicano and/or sabino. Some solid horses just get some ticking and, without testing, there is just no way to know what it comes from. She may develop a bit more as she ages...or what she has may fade and become harder to see, but she'll never have enough to look like a "roan" horse.
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