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Buckskin + ??? = Cremello
So my horse Princey is a Cremello.
What color combo would make Cremello?
I do know his Sire is a Buckskin. So a Buckskin + what would = a Cremello?
Just curious. I have his papers, I'm just really too lazy and have a bumbed leg, so I'd rather not have to get up and walk to the barn and go through all his files.
I'm just curious. I can't remember for the life of me what color his Dam is. :?
There's a lot of possibilities. Anything else that carries the cream gene. buckskin, palomino, cremello, perlino, smoky black, smoky cream, etc etc.
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Right, I know it takes 2 creme genes to creat a Cremello.
So then if you know, why did you ask?
If the dam was a buckskin, her horse would be a perlino, not a cremello.
Cremello is chestnut based. Perlino is bay based...
Ah but then face both parents could be buckskins and you could still end up with a cremello. both sire and dam would have to be heterozygous for black and both pass on their red gene. :-)
Sounds like luck of the draw to me with all of those combinations.
I am so having a flash back to 10th grade biology class with the little diagrams of the different color guinea pigs and if you bred guinea pig A to guinea pig B what was your chances of getting what color off spring.
You people who get all this stuff amaze me. Thank you.
A Carroll diagram AB - invented by Lewis Carroll while he was a math lecturer. Just so you know :-P
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