Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
But neither of the dam's parents were grey, so the dam couldn't be. A good breeder can tell if a foal is going to be grey when it's born. So unless the dam's breeders were complete novices to the horse world, it's likely there is no grey in her lines.
Generally, when a grey horse is registered, it is registered as grey, not as the base color with grey modifier.
A foal that is going to go grey will generally be a very "adult" color when it is born, not the washed-out coloring that is typically associated with foals.
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