Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 08:57 am:
You have a few to choose from Chestnut, palomino, bay, buckskin, if she doesnt carry the red gene you have a greater chance at a bay or buckskin but if she has a red gene then you are more likely to get a chestnut or palomino.
Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2007 - 10:19 pm:
Zip (that's her name) her sire was bay and her dam was grey, what colour she was born i don't know. Zip is dark brown with a light brown muzzle, like a chestnut shade. To a sire registered as brown she had a colt that looked bay except that his mane was more really dark brown, and to a bay Cleveland Bay stallion she had a bright bay colt. i don't know about the palomino stallion's sire and dam, but over what looks to be a cherry chestnut mare, he sires really washed out, almost white palominos, but he's definately not a cremello or perlino because in good summer coat, he can be quite golden
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