Originally Posted by smrobs
Keep in mind sweetbreeze, that sometimes some of the info they teach in courses like that can still be a bit outdated.
This is true. I also have to take an equine genetics class in the near future. In my equine intro class they taught basic color stuff. We walked around the barn identifying all of the colt starting class horses colors and markings. Our teaching assistant kept calling the colts going grey, roans
I can't wait for the class because I've learned a lot about genetics already and I feel like I'll be calling people out. Lol
Your horse is cute. I saw a mustang up for adoption recently that looked very similar, except he had sooty thrown in too. Made it a sooty flaxen pangare chestnut