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post #1 of 16 Old 02-12-2012, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Will you tell me the coat pattern of this filly

This is another one of my rescues, she's had a hard life so far as a weanling a shoer threw her to do her feet and broke her shoulder. She was placed in a very small pen to heal and it caused problems with her opposite leg it's now crooked and I doubt her will ever been sound enough to ride. She was half starved when I got her and 3 days after I brought her home she came down with a case of ******* strangles I got her through all of that, but I think she was stunned from all she's been through. She is a very sweet little mare for all she's been through. She right at 15 hands now she was born 3/29/09. She's halter bred please don't freak out about her bloodlines, she's HYPP negative and negative for OLWS.
I'm still trying to learn all the coat patterns of the paints and pintos any help would be appreciated.
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She appears to be sorrel tovero. Tovero is showing both tobiano and overo patterns. In her, I definitely splash, sabino, she's negative for LWO so no frame for her. So, tobiano, splash and sabino. Or, "Tovero" for short. LoL.

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She's listed as a toby on her papers but thanks.
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I don't know about Paints, but with Appys you're lucky if they get the color and pattern right on the papers half the time...
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She's listed as a toby on her papers but thanks.
I just reread this post and I'm sorry it sounded snooty, I meant to say she is listed as a toby on her papers and thanks not but thanks, I thought she may have had some splash, the sabiano confuses me.
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Faceman you're right, it was much easier when there was skewbald and piebald, now there is all the variations of the two, I know very little about the Appy color patterns.
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Lol. Its okay. It takes a lot to offend me. Lol. I love paint patterns so i try and read as much as i can on them, but they do get confusing, especially when you combine multiple patterns together.

And many people get patterns wrong. If they dont know, they guess. Lol.

I had a paint that looked just like her actually, same markings.
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I'm glad I didn't offend you. It's too bad this little girl had such a bad injury she could have been a nice little possible reiner she's got a nice sliding stop in the field, her back end is nicely shaped but the front end is a mess no muscles in the chest compared to the rest of her.
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Tobiano for sure. Sabino too - the way the markings like to roam and seem to roan at the edges, and get very jagged and messy. I don't think splash - splash likes to make markings neat, and nothing is trying to neaten her out here lol.

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No her marking are not neat. Thanks
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