|Heather62108 ||09-01-2011 01:08 PM |
What color will I get
What color is my mare? I cannot get pictures to upload but I have them on my website she is the black and white paint mare name larayne
Apha2009.webs.com the horses are under our farm than our horses !thanks
|FreeDestiny ||09-01-2011 01:27 PM |
I'm totally new to colours but if the picture bubba posted is her, she's some sort of b/w frame overo? Still learning here. :s
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|Heather62108 ||09-01-2011 01:27 PM |
I was wanting to know if she was frame overo or something else
|Heather62108 ||09-01-2011 01:29 PM |
Another thing I was wondering what you all think I will get out of her and a silver grulla stud
|bubba13 ||09-01-2011 01:33 PM |
Depends on zygosity. First, the stallion needs to be tested for OLWS or you run the risk of a lethal white baby--this is VERY important.
Color-wise, you run approximately a 50% chance of some kind of overo spots, but probably a little less than that due to variations in expression. "Silver" is just a color description in this case--the stallion, I'd be willing to bet, is just a regular grullo. Foal could be black, grullo, red dun, or sorrel.
|Heather62108 ||09-01-2011 01:49 PM |
I have already tested bother the mare and stud for pretty much everything
|bubba13 ||09-01-2011 02:50 PM |
So obviously she's OLWS positive--and he definitely comes up as negative?
|Heather62108 ||09-01-2011 03:02 PM |
Their both negative actually
|NdAppy ||09-01-2011 03:26 PM |
I would seriously be doubting the validity of the mare's test and having her retested. Where did you have her tested through?
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