Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Perth, Western Australia
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The chestnut and white mare definitely has tobiano - the way the white is running from the legs up to the topline, and the reverse, is a typical tobiano trait. Splash is also there from the looks - her blaze is very "bottom heavy". I would also suspect frame - the white is trying to move horizontally on both her neck and her body.
The black and white is tobiano, splash and frame, maybe sabino.
DraftyAiresMum - there are more than 4 pinto patterns. When you want to count the individual genes that can cause pinto patterning, there is somewhere close to twenty - that we know of. About half of these are testable at this point.
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