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Black/smokey black leapard appaloosa colt

Discuss the huge field of equine genetics - coat colours, genetic problems, and other matters such as mapping the equine gene!

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Black/smokey black leapard appaloosa colt

Postby kasey2688 » Thu Jun 11, 2015 5:58 pm

Hi,

My question is can smokey black foals be born JET black & then lighten?? I know blacks are normally born lighter then shed black its extra hard due to the LP gene in play as this also effects the base color i know, i have sent hair off to test but still waiting and wondering your thoughts in meantime.

Foals sire is a solid sooty buckskin appaloosa and dam is chestnut extended blanket foal was born jet black and is now 4 weeks, he has faded soooo much, he also has dark gray/blue eyes & this lighter hair inside his ears.

Im really not sure hear, black? smokey black? or just LP at play? hmmm, cant wait for test back!
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