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post #21 of 30 Old 02-01-2012, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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post #22 of 30 Old 02-01-2012, 06:27 PM
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I can't help you on color, but those that are commenting know what they're talking about :)

All I say can say is that I LOVE her coloring!! Her sire is also gorgeous!
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May be a dumb question...What is a "lethal white" ?
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Lethal white occurs when you breed two frame overo horses together. You have a 25% chance of producing a lethal white foal (in other words a foal that will die within 72 hours of colic like symptoms due to an incomplete digestive tract). All frame overos have the possibility of producing a lethal foal when breed to another frame overo carrier. A frame overo horse can be extremely minimal (such as no to little white anywhere on the horse) or loudly marked. Frame is also very adept at hiding within other patterns. only a Frame to frame breeding can produce an overo lethal white syndrome (or OLWS) foal.
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Thanks. I did google it. A friend of mine has a white paint foal with minimal dark markings and 1 blue eye. I was concerned. But, like you said the foal dies early. This filly is almost a year old now. I will mention this to her as she has talked of breeding the mom and the filly at some point.

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HE IS SOO CUTE!! i LOVE the blue eye on the sorrel, lots of the time its on white, i like it on colour!
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I love blue eyes on color, so unique and pretty! I know a girl with a solid bay with one blue eye and she gorgeous
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post #28 of 30 Old 02-20-2012, 12:30 AM
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Sabino

When I had Shires, that leg pattern that travels up the front of the rear leg and over the hip happened all the time. Now, that did not cause the blue eyes, but both mare and stallion have four high whites and at least a full blaze.

You don't find many Shires nowadays with those markings, because they get scooted over into the Gypsy Vanner category.
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post #29 of 30 Old 02-20-2012, 12:36 AM
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Sabino

When I had Shires, that leg pattern that travels up the front of the rear leg and over the hip happened all the time. Now, that did not cause the blue eyes, but both mare and stallion have four high whites and at least a full blaze.

You don't find many Shires nowadays with those markings, because they get scooted over into the Gypsy Vanner category.
I don't know a lot but I do know that this filly is not a sabino... Different breeds have different varieties of coat patterns. Sabino is one of the ways that a Shire can have white, but obviously there are more ways a paint can have white... This would be an example of a sabino paint: SKIPA HEATHEN
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Sabino

When I had Shires, that leg pattern that travels up the front of the rear leg and over the hip happened all the time. Now, that did not cause the blue eyes, but both mare and stallion have four high whites and at least a full blaze.

You don't find many Shires nowadays with those markings, because they get scooted over into the Gypsy Vanner category.
Huh? A Shire is a Shire and a Gypsy a Gypsy. Certainly some are crossed to get Drum horses but Shires don't just become Gypsies because of their colour, if that is what you meant.

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