04-27-2010, 07:46 PM
| || | The paw printing is considered a standard indication that a horse is homozygous for tobiano. Which means she will always produce tobiano foals. I'm not sure if they've encountered instances where the paw printing DOESN'T mean that, but as for as I've researched, it's something only seen on homozygous tobianos.
Originally Posted by KrystaLake
I agree a little sickle hocked, and her neck seems thin, of course I prefer a thicker neck. And toe brought back and let some heel grow.
Usually the paw prints mean they are homozygous Tobiano or black (black base), can't remember which one. (It doesnt always mean that, but is more likely)