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        08-16-2012, 06:59 PM
      #11
    Foal
    That is a really pretty horse!!!:)



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    Originally Posted by QtrBel    
    Here is the wild type note the dark is concentrated on the joints and black is not as high as you normally see and is mostly to the back. Black also has a reddish sheen around the pasterns. Hard to tell on the inside leg but it is the same. Second pic you can see how high and solid black is back to front and not concentrated in any one area.
         
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        08-17-2012, 12:34 PM
      #12
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by QtrBel    
    My mistake as I sent pics in with the hair sample. I had to get the test and it actually says AA but the letter referencing the picture says A+. So perhaps supposition on their part. I assumed since they referenced the A+they had tested for it. The other that I don't currently have a pic of has even less black with a cream stripe down the back of all four legs. Basically front knee and back of the hock is black but back is red fading to cream line and there is a cream feather at the fetlock. Neither is dun or "wild dun" but the legs are like some pics I have seen of those. Edited to clarify the bottom pic is bay Aa and color is absolutely solid black which is what I have always seen. He was the first I have ever seen with the off black and basically the joints are colored but not the cannon bone it's more red.
    Which company did you go through? I've only gone through UC Davis before, and they didn't ask for any pictures, so I'm curious to know about others!
         
        08-17-2012, 06:25 PM
      #13
    Foal
    Shes a Bay.
    According to the United States Pony Club a Bay is described as a Reddish colored horse with Black Points. Points being defined as Tips of ears around the eyes, and lines around the nostrils, Mane, Tail, all Joints of the lower leg (so Knee, Hock, Fetlocks) unless covered by a marking.
         
        08-17-2012, 06:34 PM
      #14
    Foal
    I think he is a bay
         

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