Actually, I believe he is a frame. You should have your mare tested, even if she's a solid. I have a solid mare whom I had tested, because her sire was N/O. She is N/O. I had quite a few people tell me not to bother with spending the $25, but I'm glad I did, because I had her lined up to an N/O stallion. Had to change my choice on that one!
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