I will say one main thing I know of. When you are transferring her into your name you may need to have her papers signed by the previous owners or have a proof of purchase agreement signed. I do not know about MFT associations but the Australian QHA you cannot transfer them into your name unless the previous owner has signed and filled out details. Then when I sign the papers you have a spot where you can correct any colors, markings, whorls and brands so that when the horses transfer is complete they send out a fresh copy of the horses papers to you with all details of new ownership and any corrections corrected on it too. You also have to be a current financial member to transfer horses into your name usually as well. Good luck. Can't say much on grey genes other than what people have already said but it's all true. I do not have any greys either as I am trying to breed for color with a palomino grulla and a chestnut so do not want my vibrant colors greying out.
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