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        11-04-2012, 04:41 PM
    Well that is very interesting indeed. She's registered as Bay, do you think its worth having this changed to Brown? Also, her sire was Tovero and only had a medicine hat, and no other colouring on his face and minimal around his flanks, so it's quite possible that he was registered Bay and was actually brown? I have a copy of his genetic report (done at UC Davis) and the only thing I recognize is Aa. The rest is all greek to me. I don't have any information on her dam's colouring or what markers she carried, however, being a sorrel, I know she at least had ee. Now I'm contemplating having Lilly tested... just for fun, to see what the result is. I find genetics fascinating.
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        11-04-2012, 04:51 PM
    Originally Posted by NdAppy    
    Verona A is dominate over At and At is dominate over A+.
    Ah, you're right >.< Ignore that part of my post. A visually brown horse would be At/At or At/a.

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