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Exactly what is a badger face?
Blueyes could be splashes or frames (and some even believe in tobacco, but this is not proven). A horse with blueyes may or may not have an obo gen. They' re tobyanoes who also possess an enzyme called the''overo'' gen. You may not have enough face whites to be regarded as a visual toovero, but they are genetic.
While there are quarterly mares that essentially go back to nothing other than quarterly mares, practically every horse race has several different pattern ingenees, regardless of cleanliness. Arabs known as one of the cleanest races have dominating whites, Swabino and Spleash. Fourth generation mares have stallions, split, dominant whites, frames, appealoosa (yes, surprisingly huh?) AND even the uncommon tobacco (if it hasn't disappeared yet, I haven't verified it for a couple of years).
There' really nothing Quarter Horse doesn't have. I' ve called everything with the name " Overo "ol. So if a horse is listed with the APHA, then it is only on the APHA website..... But I know it was when my friend's filly was recorded as Tobiano, but I know her two mothers were Overo.....
And her father has a hairless face, and what I call a "black eye" but sorrel. But his father is a Sabino Overo... Geesh, I suppose the quarter horse is a thoroughbred hins 57, lol! l know the ApHC accepts Quarter x Appaloosa... I' m quite sure this is our Appy gelding.... He has this Baby Doll Quarter Horse header, instead of the long straight Appaloosa header, but this AMAZING Appaloosa conformation and Good Feet!
It looks like a chestnut, with the flax-male, and bodycoloring, but it has a few Palomino coloured spotlights on its throat and face, and also a few dark patches, and it also has a few Brown/Bay coloured patches too! And his flax hair has some dark hair.
or agouti don't have the chestnut gen? What if he had a couple of Palmino commercials, wouldn't that be cream? It has the temperament and form of a well-bred horse...