Originally Posted by Born2Ride
Honestly that's a bit disappointing, the owner and sires owner said he had the barring and dorsal strip, the sires owner said there was more than a 50% chance he'll be a dun.
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No, there is only a 50% or a 100% chance of having a gene. The sire can only pass on the dun gene 50% of the time because one of his parents was not dun, automatically meaning this sire only carries one copy of it.
That being said, I also don't think he's dun or bay. I would say he's brown. Brown foals are typically very dark along the back the way he is and his muzzle looks to be lighter.
Either way, he's a lovely little colt. Good luck to you and your possible purchase and I agree with DR: your sensibility needs to be rewarded.