Is it true that if you breed two horses together and one is an overo and they produce a breeding stock, that the breeding stock can produce an overo? Is is true that if you breed two horses together and one is a tobiano and they produce a breeding stock, that the breeding stock can not produce another tobiano?
Interesting.. I have a very loud over splashed white overo mare with two blue eyes.. She is out of two breedstocks.. I am hoping I get color from her bred to my QH stallion..
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