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    03-08-2013, 10:11 AM
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Nope lol, now that I figured out how to put up pics I will try and get a thread going so you can see all the pics!
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I can wait to see more pics of her. When you post tell us what color the parents are that will help determine color. I'm very curious.
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    03-08-2013, 10:29 AM
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There are a group of genes called Dominant White that can cause anything from white spotting to an entirely white horse. The horse will have pink skin, white fur and dark eyes. This is not albinoism as evidenced by the lack of pink eyes.
I have a horse like this. He has pink skin, blue eyes, and is entirely white. He is a white, not a cremello. He has no signs of any golden or yellow color in him. I just let people go with cremello because they are convinced that there is no such thing as a white horse.

The only reason Brisco is registered as a cremello in his papers, is because they didn't give us the choice of "other" or "white."

Brisco is 21 will be 22 and is a very happy and healthy horse!! And is probably black right now because he is addicted to mud. Haha!
     
    03-08-2013, 10:32 AM
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I have a horse like this. He has pink skin, blue eyes, and is entirely white. He is a white, not a cremello. He has no signs of any golden or yellow color in him. I just let people go with cremello because they are convinced that there is no such thing as a white horse.

The only reason Brisco is registered as a cremello in his papers, is because they didn't give us the choice of "other" or "white."

Brisco is 21 will be 22 and is a very happy and healthy horse!! And is probably black right now because he is addicted to mud. Haha!
My white horse is registered as a red roan Overo. Paper colors are starting to get better though.
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    03-08-2013, 01:09 PM
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Yearling
Got the thread up peppy, its under dun???
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    03-08-2013, 02:58 PM
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Weanling
What about 'Kholor by Design'? He is supposedly dominant white, but has one blue eye and one half blue eye.
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    03-08-2013, 03:03 PM
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A horse can have multiple white genes which I stated earlier so he is dominate white and splash or frame or both.
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    03-08-2013, 03:23 PM
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I have a horse like this. He has pink skin, blue eyes, and is entirely white. He is a white, not a cremello. He has no signs of any golden or yellow color in him. I just let people go with cremello because they are convinced that there is no such thing as a white horse.

The only reason Brisco is registered as a cremello in his papers, is because they didn't give us the choice of "other" or "white."

Brisco is 21 will be 22 and is a very happy and healthy horse!! And is probably black right now because he is addicted to mud. Haha!
I still think your horse IS a cremello. You can clearly see what looks like a blaze on his face.
     
    03-08-2013, 03:35 PM
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Foal
Since no one mentioned it, it's also possible for a double dilute (cremello/perlino) to be gray. Basically looks just like a double dilute with pink skin and blue eyes but the coat eventually looses the cream pigment and turns "white".
     
    03-08-2013, 05:47 PM
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I have a horse like this. He has pink skin, blue eyes, and is entirely white. He is a white, not a cremello. He has no signs of any golden or yellow color in him. I just let people go with cremello because they are convinced that there is no such thing as a white horse.

The only reason Brisco is registered as a cremello in his papers, is because they didn't give us the choice of "other" or "white."

Brisco is 21 will be 22 and is a very happy and healthy horse!! And is probably black right now because he is addicted to mud. Haha!
Amberly what color were your horses parents and can I see a picture of one of his eyes. There is a difference between dilute eyes and blue eyes created by splash and frame. From the pictures in your barn honestly he looks cremello not dominant white or sabino.
     
    03-09-2013, 11:59 AM
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The pictures in my barn aren't very good photos. I am going back out today and will take (hopefully) better photos and some of his eyes.

The definition of a white horse: a horse that is born white and dies white.

You may believe whatever you like, but I assure you he is a white.
     

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