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        03-09-2013, 12:10 PM
      #51
    Trained
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    The definition of a white horse: a horse that is born white and dies white.
    As in Lethal White?

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    You may believe whatever you like, but I assure you he is a white.
    If he is white then his blaze is what color, seeing as it is evident and a whiter color than his coat?
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        03-09-2013, 12:46 PM
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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.
    What colors were your horses parents? As for the definition of a dominant white and max sabino though they are mostly white MANY have some pigmented areas of black skin mottling where they have or had some pigments enter hair like on pepper you can see the mottled black skin on his bum, ears, shoulders. You can see examples in the pics I posted. Looking forward to more pics of your boy!
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        03-09-2013, 02:14 PM
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    If he is white then his blaze is what color, seeing as it is evident and a whiter color than his coat?
    He doesn't have a blaze. As I said, those photos aren't very good. I edited them when I had not idea what I was doing - but they were the best I had at the time. I am leaving now to go to the horses.

    But his face color is the same as his body color, it may be a little pinker though, because his body hair has more air than his face hair.

    Haha! But I am not trying to make you believe me, I am only stating my opinion, nothing is wrong with that!! :)
         
        03-09-2013, 02:58 PM
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    Haha! But I am not trying to make you believe me, I am only stating my opinion, nothing is wrong with that!! :)
    Sure there is, misinformation can be very harmful.

    You've been stating that you will get pictures of him for months now, you keep insisting that he's a rare breed but you can't/won't give us more information on that either.
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        03-09-2013, 03:02 PM
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    Sure there is, misinformation can be very harmful
    Exactly. I have plenty of examples of misinformation being bad. Hell, my vet gave me bad information. I continued to ride my horse with a sore back, thinking it was attitude issues, because the vet said he was perfectly fine. Sure, coat colors and vet info is a big jumo, but either way. This is a learning forum, and it has been scientifically proven that there is technically no 'white' horses, so misinformation may confuse people.
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        03-09-2013, 06:37 PM
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    I have uploaded photos of Brisco AND Golley just this moment. I just got back from my horses. I am still getting information on the Blazer breed, because My mom can't find the papers.

    But I was only stating an opinion - opinions aren't right and they aren't wrong either. So, they can't be false information because they weren't necessarily FACTS.

    Blazer's are NOT a rare breed, I never said they were either. They are just not very well known. In my Breed thread, I never even mention the word 'rare,' so I'm not quite sure where you got that from.
         
        03-09-2013, 06:45 PM
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    That, is a very textbook cremello, IMO. His eyes are almost perfect "cremello blue". Not pinto genes.
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        03-09-2013, 06:47 PM
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    Opinions can be based on false information though.
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        03-09-2013, 09:12 PM
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    Amberly your horse is NOT dominant white or maximum sabino he is as his papers say a Cremello I have zero doubt in my mind. Those are typical cremello eyes to a T. Cremello is still a great color too very pretty a sorrel horse that inherited two cream genes and can look very similar to dominant white horses not all have a golden hue to them. I love dilutes .

    I posted this earlier but I'll do it again.
    Cremello eyes come in two shades a soft blue

    And light greenish eyes like your horse and there is blue white pattern caused eyes underneath for comparison


    Blue eyes caused by frame or splash are a vibrant blue

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        03-09-2013, 09:36 PM
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    Amberly, if you'd really like to prove us here all wrong, you could spare $25 and have him tested for cream. Animal Genetics
         

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