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post #11 of 31 Old 08-26-2011, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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I don't doubt his bay coat it's just there is tons of silver hair everywhere I see it more than the red so I thought it was just strange but maybe it's normal. So I thought maybe he was roan. But I guess he is just regular bay which I love too.
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post #12 of 31 Old 08-26-2011, 08:06 PM
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There might be roan. That is something you probably won't see until at least the yearling shed if I remember correctly, and often later than that.

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There might be roan. That is something you probably won't see until at least the yearling shed if I remember correctly, and often later than that.
Well I looked on a foal colors site called grullablue they say the roaning shows up between 2 months-weaning age

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Looks more grey,what color was the sire??
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Dad is smutty buckskin mom is a palomino. He is not a gray hair on head is growing in bay also new bay hairs on his rump the dark red in the silver gray is new growth that replace baby coat. Palominos dad was a red roan. Not sure if momma is roan it's hard to tell on her color of pally.
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Could he maybe be turning bay roan?
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Could he maybe be turning bay roan?
Thats my question basically thats what I'm thinking thats the only way i can explain the silver gray and bay hair

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Hmmm... well my friend has a yearling that she is still not sure about...lol...he seems to be roaning more and more over the summer.... Im not sure he will tho, lol... Yours might! it's hard to tell under that baby hair tho!
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Well your friends horse could be a roan. Does your friends horse have roaning around it's face and legs especially the lower leg? And was it born with very dark legs? Also does it have a gray parent? If it's a roan it can progressively get more roaning as it gets older. My roan appy did. Also does your friends baby have a roan parent? If the horses face retains it's base color around his face and lower leg then it's a roan most likely. Look for the tale tale upsidedown v on then knee area where roaning has stopped and pigmentation starts. If it has ticking all over and progressively losing pigment it's a gray. If u had a pic of it I could give you a good idea about that one. A gray needs a gray parent a roan needs a roan parent.
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I have no idea! LOL, I dont have hardly any pics of him and the ones I do arent very good.I dont really want to post her horses pics, tho. Plus I cant steal Jet's thunder!
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