Originally Posted by SlickDirtyDancin
I believe those that said tovero are mistaking the face marking as a bald face in which it would have to extend too or past the inside corner of one or both eyes. She doesn't hold the markings of an Overo.
If you really want to look more into her color though(not pattern) than you can always do a genetic test with UC Davis. Horse Tests
None of us said that is a bald face and you don't need a bald face to have overo gene. If you believe that you are very mistaken. This horse shows several signs of overo. Even the current blaze has signs of sabino - a type of overo just by the way it expands over the lower lip. The tobiano shield is quite small and the tail which is normally two-toned is not - but many toveros have one solid white tail due to the overo gene overlap. In addition, tobianos typically have their dark color cross over the back at some point in the pattern, but when overo is present it can prevent his from happening - again, this has also happened on this foal indicating overo is present.
Many tobianos carry overo genes and this is why even two tobianos should be checked for the potential of the lethal white gene before breeding because so many people miss the signs of overo.