If you put a Zebra on a Cremello...
Or perhaps a Smokey Cream or Perlino...
Would you, technically, get a Palomino, Buckskin, or Dun Zorse foal?
Or what if you bred a Zebra to a loudly marked Sabino? Sabino n' Stripes? :lol:
Bay + Zebra = Regular bay Zorse?
I'm rather fond of the Bay Zorses xD
(disclaimer: I do not have a mare, or a zebra, or a zorse, although I wish I had all three because they are just to utterly cute XD)
i think the dilution gene would work the same so single dilute with the zebra stripes.
Zorse?? Wow look at that! Never seen one of those! I want one!
hmm you love zorses and i about had myself one. the local rescue used their huge zebra stud on poneys and donkeys to get zorses and zonkeys. and i asked about a full grown horse and they were gonna let me get a breeding for free. however they changed their minds because the zebra stud was quite aggressive and they didn't want to be responsible if he hurt my mare. and i think it'd have been awesome as she's a mustang. with VERY unique coloring.
I think they're cool looking, but I personally wouldn't want one. Zebra's have a different sort of herd mentality than horses do, and they have to be trained differently. I'm not sure how much of that would transfer over to the baby.
well they are like a small scale zoo. and they do rescue. but it's not completely Rescue. and the only breed every now and then. kind of glad i didn't go through with it. not sure if i could handle the rough zebra mentality my little foal has enough attitude for me!
I don't believe so - in animals such as donkeys, mules and zebras, the primitive genes seem to take over. This is blatantly true in donkeys and zebras who do not deviate from a certain type of color/pattern, and mostly true in mules that usually come out with the same blandish normal solid color as donkeys.
I've seen several zorse's and I've ONLY ever seen dunnish with stripes - just the primitive color. I HAVE seen pinto zorse's, but again, the colored patches are just the primitive dun color with stripes.
I've yet to see even a chestnu/black/bay zorse, much less palomino/buckskin/smokey black. The one you posted is dun.
That photo looks photoshopped. Just sayin'! :D
I wouldn't want a zorse as a riding horse.... but I would love to have one as a pasture horse(zorse. lol)
It's not photoshoped. There's a sorse mare for sale in CA with the same coloring, and as MacabreMikolaj said.. All the coloring has been - whatever I don't remember word-for-word. Lol.
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