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 you 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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Last edited by Peppy Barrel Racing; 08-27-2011 at 04:04 AM.