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Mini with roaning on forehead?

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        02-12-2013, 04:33 AM
    Originally Posted by FeatheredFeet    
    She could have some Appy influence...

    Anything is possible, but I highly doubt it. Appys almost always color out from rear to front...
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        02-12-2013, 10:14 PM
    This is my mini - just like yours! Roaning on the forhead and a white spot on the withers - also never worn tack besides a halter.

    She's a new rescue and looks Terrible!! But she's so freaking cute under her rag-a-muffin coat. This is my sad little girl (she's slowly gaining weight and loosing coat with medicine for her Cushings):

    Her roan forhead:

    Her white wither spot:

    She's 9 years old and lived on kind of a miniature farm (With mini sheep and goats and cows) never really handled. So definitely not tack rubs or anything.
        02-16-2013, 11:36 AM
    Okay, this is interesting, I have a mini with the same thing going on! Except she's a Flaxen Chestnut, but her body is almost very lightly roaned or ticked with white and her forehead has a denser collection of these white hairs that seem to gain more substance as she gets older, she's only about 7 or 8 right now.

    I was told before she just had random ticking.

    I hate to jack this thread but I just wanted to share since it seems seeing multiple example could help come to a conclusion?

    Here my girl:


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