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post #11 of 21 Old 09-22-2011, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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1) One of his parents would have to have rabicano for him to have it. Csimkuna, do you know what his parents looked like?

2) Rabicano is on the barrel and flanks of the horse, not the shoulder. I do know of a very rabicano Arab and he looks nothing like Rodeo.


I do!! His dam is a chestnut overo as well....
Heres a picture of her

And another

And his sire is a chestnut, TB....
Heres a pic of him


In the picture of her grazing....it looks like she has the same thing that Rodeo has going on towards her flanks....might just be me though.
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post #12 of 21 Old 09-25-2011, 06:56 PM
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He's sabino for sure. The white chin is a dead giveaway. The white leg markings with jagged tops and vertically-orientated white splotches on his side are also signs of sabino.
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The one picture that shows her flanks is too fuzzy to tell for sure if she has much/any white along her flanks. Sabino does not rule out rabicano, they can have both.

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The one picture that shows her flanks is too fuzzy to tell for sure if she has much/any white along her flanks. Sabino does not rule out rabicano, they can have both.
I agree with you about it being fuzzy....I would love to get a full, clear body shot of her, but sadly, at the moment, those are the only two pics I have of her. There are a lot more pictures in my photobucket of Rodeo. Also some of his brother Higher Time if you guys are interested...

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csimkunas - The mare looks, from what I can see of her, to have typical sabino roaning of her white pattern. It is pretty typical with pinto patterns and is also what your guy has going on. Perfectly normal.
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csimkunas - The mare looks, from what I can see of her, to have typical sabino roaning of her white pattern. It is pretty typical with pinto patterns and is also what your guy has going on. Perfectly normal.
Thanks NDAppy!! Will this be something that will get bigger each year? Or will it be just something that may be more noticeable some years than others?
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I think it all depends on the horse. Callie, my APHA mare, has a spot on her one hip that gets whiter and whiter, but no where else.
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I think it all depends on the horse. Callie, my APHA mare, has a spot on her one hip that gets whiter and whiter, but no where else.
Huh...thanks ND!! We'll have to see what happens next year then Thanks again!
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No problem! Keep us updated! Love seeing what changes take place.
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No problem! Keep us updated! Love seeing what changes take place.
Oh you wont have to worry about that! LOL....Im curious myself to see if/how it changes over the years. I do know when I got him back in February, he seemed like a solid chestnut, besides the obvious white overo markings, and then he shed out, and since then, the white/grey has been more and more noticeable!
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