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post #31 of 36 Old 08-08-2014, 01:20 PM
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I have a sabino rabicano Shire that looks quite similar to the stallion. The rabicano typically concentrates around the flank, girth, and tail, where as sabino is more common to cause the white hairs on the neck. So I'd be tempted to say he carries both sabino and rabicano genes, but I've not seen or heard of a true DNA'd roan Arabian.

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Whatever colour he is that stallion would be welcome in any breeding program. Good find and cant wait to see his foals. I am envious WSarabians.
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Whatever colour he is that stallion would be welcome in any breeding program. Good find and cant wait to see his foals. I am envious WSarabians.
My constant reminder to you that Canada is no place for an arabian!!!! When common since kicks in and you switch to Icelandics I will make you a deal on that herd of yours. Shalom
He was a find! Thank goodness for my oilfield job!
And thank you Donald, but... You will have to settle for semen. Or a filly
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I have a sabino rabicano Shire that looks quite similar to the stallion. The rabicano typically concentrates around the flank, girth, and tail, where as sabino is more common to cause the white hairs on the neck. So I'd be tempted to say he carries both sabino and rabicano genes, but I've not seen or heard of a true DNA'd roan Arabian.

Nice boy!
His dam is out of a Khemosabi daughter so it could be lurki g there somewhere!
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Semen or a filly sounds like a winner either way for me. Shalom
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post #36 of 36 Old 08-11-2014, 02:21 PM
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I don't know if this input is relevant as my mare was APHA not Arabian, a Rabicano no doubt.

You can clearly see stripes on her barrel, I do see these stripes on the pics of Pink Floyd, too.

Irish's belly was swirled. As though zebra stripes were in a bowl and stirred a couple of times. Beautiful, but no pics.

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2003 Irish rabacino 2.jpg
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