My friend has just bought a young tb x welsh and my forst instinct whn I saw him was that he was Strawberry roan, and she seemed to call him a roan but the woman sold him to her as iron grey. H is grey and some areas on the face, rump and legs but roan in others - He has recently had a freezemark done and there he is iron grey looking - does that mean he will grey out all over no doubt
No they didnt - It would be useful hey. I guessed he would- but he'd make a lovely roan : ) Hey ho, Im sure shes still happy whatever he goes. Thanks for your answer cathy, Sorry I couldnt give you more to go on!
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