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post #1 of 38 Old 02-09-2013, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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Trabag - Manchado Chestnut Arabian

Going though old photo's and thought I'd get a few opinions from the colour guru's.

This is a purebred Arabian mare, foaled 1946. She never passed this colour onto any of her foals.
So far it's only appeared in horses from Argentina. So it's an enviromental affected colour?



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post #2 of 38 Old 02-09-2013, 01:16 PM
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Pedigree?
Im asking because there was a big German breeder who relocated to Argentina in the 60's, I believe......although unlikely of his lines...they were mainly dark bay and black, an occasional chestnut, with nearly zero chrome.....
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This is all I could find:

Trabag Arabian

I know she was owned by Lady Wentworth and was shown and won Championships.
Still doing some more digging, so I'll post what I find out. :)

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Wow! That is very interesting. I can't wait to see what you dig up on her.
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She is super cool looking, kind of has the same pattern as a pintaloosa.
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This is all I could find:

Trabag Arabian

I know she was owned by Lady Wentworth and was shown and won Championships.
Still doing some more digging, so I'll post what I find out. :)
She lived earlier than "my" German emigrants.
Truly interesting, tho. There's gotta be a full pedigree somewhere of her.
Now I wish Mr. Chairman of the German association would read this...for him any Arabian with any pinto marking can't be purebred......
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Yes environmental factor I'd say. Probably fungal :/
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It's highly likely to be an environmental factor since it is only in horses living in Argentina (Arabians, Thoroughbreds, etc.) so it technically isn't a pinto pattern as it wouldn't be hereditary if it was environmental. I would call it an environmentally-induced pinto mimic XD

Gotta say, though, it's a gorgeous thing to look at.
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It's highly likely to be an environmental factor since it is only in horses living in Argentina (Arabians, Thoroughbreds, etc.) so it technically isn't a pinto pattern as it wouldn't be hereditary if it was environmental. I would call it an environmentally-induced pinto mimic XD

Gotta say, though, it's a gorgeous thing to look at.
I don't know. I think I am in the "recessive gene" camp. If it's environmental, why do we not see more of it? For that matter, if it's environmental, is it something mares are exposed to during gestation? I can't find any pictures of a foal displaying the pattern, but if it were something that was a drastic change of coat like a fungal infection could cause, why are there no reports of that part of it?
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