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    03-11-2013, 12:40 AM
It doesn't matter anyway. I have a serious lack of horsey friends or anyone around me really. No one knows what any one of those words mean. Bay, what's that? Raon, huh? Sabino, forget it. To everyone else, she's my gray horse.
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    03-11-2013, 03:41 AM
Originally Posted by LoveMyDrummerBoy    
The argument is not about your opinion, it is about the correct terminology of a phenotype demonstrated in what you would call "white".

The difference that it makes is that genetics tells you exactly what you are looking at, without question.
I didn't say anything about my opinion I said it was my definition of a white horse, a horse who's coat is WHITE!!! His genetics may say he's a bay, but if he's solid white I am not looking at a bay!

If I had a white horse, that is what I would call him, white! Besides I'm pretty sure if I asked someone to go catch my bay horse they'd look at me like I was an idiot. (just imagine the trouble I would be in if I didn't know his genetics? I wouldn't know what to call him!)

albino, true white

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