Posted on Saturday, September 15, 2007 - 05:24 am:
I have a 13hh blue eyed palomino sabino section C mare whos sire was a chestnut section D (his sire was chestnut section D as was his dam)my mares dam was cream dun section A (her sire was Chestnut sec A and her dam was cream dun section A) I have covered her with a PRE andalcian stallion who is grey (completley snow white)but his skin has patches of white and black underneath,speckled in some parts.I don't know his breeding but I understand that over 80% of PRE horses are grey.Anyone any idea of what colour or size foal I might get? I also have I have a sec c chestnut mare 13:2hh parents both chestnut who I've covered with a black/ bay 16:1hh thoroughbred stallion any idea what colour size offspring I might get from that crossing?
Posted on Saturday, September 15, 2007 - 03:27 pm:
On the chestnut with bay you'll get either chestnut, black or bay...Palomino on grey you'll get palomino, grey, chestnut. You'd have to know the grey horses base color before he went grey. If he was a bay then you can add that to the mix or if black then it could be black....
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