I bred my chestnut mare to a spotted gray (don't know his base color) roan with high white legs, bald face and got a chestnut colt with 2 hind socks and white front feet (but I can't tell where the white starts and stops on the front). He has a wide blaze and white in his tail (but not his mane). I was told on the board that I have a 50% chance of roaning.....is there anyway to tell now if the foal will roan? Or do I have to wait for him to mature for ? amount of years or just shed out his baby coat? Thanks!
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