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        02-22-2012, 08:50 PM
    Ahh that makes sense.
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        02-22-2012, 09:25 PM
    Originally Posted by Chiilaa    
    So this is what we know: (I think the stallion's agouti status may be wrong, he doesn't look brown dun to me, and definitely isn't bay dun. But I ran with the info given. If I am correct, and he doesn't have any agouti gene, then there is no chance the foal could be bay or brown.)



    EeaaddRr (for the sake of full possibility, I have assumed that your mare is hetero for roan, see below for more).

    The possible extension for the foal:

    25% EE - black

    50% Ee - black

    25% ee - red

    Possible agouti: Please note that agouti only acts on a black base coat, so a red horse won't change depending on agouti status.

    25% Aa - bay or brown

    75% aa - black


    25% Dd - dun

    75% dd - not dun


    25% Rr - Roan

    75% rr - not Roan
    If your mare turns out to be homozygous, these roan chances would change to 100% Rr - Roan.

    Possible colours from this cross:

    Black roan
    Bay roan
    Brown roan
    Chestnut roan
    Black dun
    Bay dun
    Brown dun
    Chestnut dun
    Black dun roan
    Bay dun roan
    Brown dun roan
    Chestnut dun roan

    I think your Punnett squares are off. If she has one roan she will pass it on 50% of the time so it should be 50% roan, 50% not roan. Same with the Dun.
        02-22-2012, 10:24 PM
    Originally Posted by doubleopi    
    I think your Punnett squares are off. If she has one roan she will pass it on 50% of the time so it should be 50% roan, 50% not roan. Same with the Dun.
    Bah you are correct lol. This is what happens when I do math before I have caffeine in the mornings lol.
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        02-23-2012, 11:12 AM
    Out of curiosity, is there any chance that the stallion is a smokey black dun? Thought I would ask since he doesn't appear to have an agouti gene to me.
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        02-23-2012, 11:30 AM
    Originally Posted by NdAppy    
    Ahh that makes sense.
    Haha - I was wondering the same thing. UC Davis doesn't normally make those kinds of mistakes, but A/a didn't match the phenotype of the horse. The c & p obviously got zapped with a hard-wired captialization...I thought I was going wacko...
        02-23-2012, 11:34 AM
    Lol That is why I was asking Face! I was going this just doesn't read right. Gotta love computers for autocorrects.
        02-23-2012, 02:00 PM
    Yeah sorry about that, it was a good thing I went back and double check.

    As far as him being a smoky black dun, I have no idea all that the breeder told me was that he is EeA+aDd and he is hetrozygous for dun and black and carries the seal gene.

    When I do the color calculator it says that this is my probability.That is if I am entering the info correct.

    18.75% -
    Grullo Roan
    18.75% -
    18.75% -
    Blue Roan
    18.75% -
    6.25% -
    Red Dun Roan
    6.25% -
    Red Dun
    6.25% -
    Chestnut Roan
    6.25% -
        02-23-2012, 03:04 PM
    You need to enter the brown as bay on the color calculator. Both are agouti genes for the purpose of this one it is the same.

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