This may be a stupid question, but I'd like some clarification and I can't seem to find the answers I'm looking for on the internet. I sent for a coat colour test at UC Davis and just received the results back this morning. They are for my mare Lilly, who is a solid Pinto. Her sire is a Paint, so I was testing for OLWS and thought it'd be fun to see if there were any other paint markers. Here are the results. Everything came back N/N (which yahoo for OLWS being N/N!), so does that mean that she has inherited absolutely zero paint colour markers, or could she still carry some characteristics, but the testing just doesn't go into that much depth? I find it odd with her sire being a Paint, she wouldn't carry anything, but if he was heterozygous, I suppose it isn't impossible. Again, this might be a dumb question, but I'm relatively new to the world of colour genetics, so any insight you can offer is appreciated.
OVERO N/N No evidence for the altered sequence detected.
SABINO 1 N/N No evidence of altered sequence detected.
WHITE SW-1 N/N No copies of SW-1 mutation.
N/N No copies of SW-2 mutation.
N/N No copies of SW-3 mutation.