I'm still learning about color genetics (I don't breed, they just interest me) but if I am reading the sire's advertisement correctly, I am assuming it means he has been tested and is aa (non -agouti) based on the statement that he will not produce a smokey black. There are certainly people on here that know a lot more about this than me, but if that is the case, than a palomino is the only possible result, right? And then that palomino has a 50% chance of going gray.
ETA: NVM for whatever reason the whole page didn't load all the way up, and I missed seeing all the other replies that said as much already. Lol!
Last edited by Indyhorse; 07-29-2011 at 10:54 PM.