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post #1 of 16 Old 05-01-2013, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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What is causing this???

Is this some sort of splash or sabino thing????
Extremely Flashy 2 Year old Colt!

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post #2 of 16 Old 05-01-2013, 12:14 AM
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My guess is frame sabino and splash
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My guess is frame sabino and splash
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I didn't came in thoroughbreds though lol

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If she is full TB then frame and sabino. I think it's splash that's not in full TB's
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If she is full TB then frame and sabino. I think it's splash that's not in full TB's
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It says in the ad the horse is 100% tb though?

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I'm going to be honest I didn't read the ad I didn't know notice it said TB till you said something. I just looked at the horse
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I'm going to be honest I didn't read the ad I didn't know notice it said TB till you said something. I just looked at the horse
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Lol that's okay xP

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Based on his sire being completely white, yet not gray and brown eyes: Dominant white. The way it tapers and is jagged his legs made me think DW before further googling.

His sire: http://horseworld.infopop.cc/eve/for...42/m/540106155

ETA: I checked pedigree query for Arctic Cielo's parents, who both had pictures. It's possible he's maximum sabino, but his sire could be DW rather than the sabino he's listed as.

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TB's have all the white patterns except tobiano.


OP Horse is Dominant White IMO.
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TBs carry the Sabino gene and due to cross breeding TB bloodlines with QH bloodlines to make the TB hardier many years back they have also gotten TB's that carry both Frame and Splash genes. However expressers of Frame Overo and Splash are not permitted to race ( from my understanding ) so it's possible to be 100% TB and be a paint.

That colt looks Sabino, though. The splotched edging and irregularity of the face and leg markings are strong indicators of Sabino and Sabino causes large face markings all on it's own ( and almost always has 4 white legs, rarely less than 3 ) so it's likely that flashy baby is a Sabino.
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