|DrumRunner ||09-15-2012 02:00 AM |
I'm no where near an expert but just curious to what color her dam and sire are? Until then I'm just zipping my lips!
Her sire was bay. He was a registered QH used for campdraft. I wish I could remember his registered name it has boss in it. :/ and I swear they said her mother was bay aswell but I honestly cannot remember, she was a registered Arabian mare.
Ill have ti contact the old owners to find out.. :)
|DrumRunner ||09-15-2012 02:41 AM |
Alright.. Here I go, and I'm probably wrong.. I know a foal's first shed is the darkest they'll ever be..If your horse has a grey parent she's probably greying out which will continue until she's completely grey.. I know red based horses can develop white ticking in their coat which is completely normal..Then she MAY be able to develop into a rabicano which can develop on any coat color, but a rabicano will be very loud. Lots of white along the ribs, flank, mixed in the mane and tail, and lots of white at the base of the tail.
Now, I wouldn't put much into my thoughts because I am horrible with color genetics..Hopefully NdAppy, Chiilaa, or Posidon will find this thread and help you out!
Lol Yeh im hoping so too!! But yes what you said is just exactly along the lines of what I was thinking! Although ill be very surprised if she greys out!
|Tryst ||09-15-2012 09:22 AM |
I believe that she is a brown (rather than bay) and the darkening is her getting her winter coat starting to come in. A seasonal color change is normal on browns (many look bay in summer and much darker, sometimes even almost black, in winter). The white hairs could be something like sabino, rabacino, or could just be ticking that some horses get.
Oh And I don't think she is going grey.
|Bridgertrot ||09-15-2012 09:45 AM |
I'm honestly not sure where you're getting that she'll grey from. I don't think she will. Also rabicano does not have to be loud. I've seen some where the ticking of white in the flanks is only visible in person but not camera but the tail head was slightly white. I also agree that she appears to be brown and not bay.
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|texasgal ||09-15-2012 09:55 AM |
Brown .. they love to change shades with the seasons ... the white hairs in the flanks is probably just an expression of rabicano...
|Plains Drifter ||09-15-2012 11:00 AM |
I don't think a grey parent automatically means a foal will grey. Some people I know had a grey mare they bred. Of the 4 foals I've seen her have, even with 50% chance of greying, the oldest being 3 yrs old, none have greyed out. (yet)
Ps..I have a bay 2 1/2 yr old filly and she has some stray white hairs in her coat and in her mane. She does not have a grey parent.
|Faceman ||09-15-2012 06:46 PM |
You need to post a head shot...
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