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Dominant white W3 =blue eye?
or is this also that splash bloodline?
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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

I personally am of the opinion that Khemosabi was splash, so IMO yes this is also splash.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

Yeah, isn't chips of blue in an eye a splash thing? Can't say I've ever seen partial blue on a frame, but then I'm nowhere near on firm ground when I talk pinto/paint patterns! LOL

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

Definitely a splash line IMO as i have seen classic splashes that didn't look DW from this family.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

Yeah, isn't chips of blue in an eye a splash thing? Can't say I've ever seen partial blue on a frame, but then I'm nowhere near on firm ground when I talk pinto/paint patterns! LOL

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Definately, Frames can have a partial blue eye. I have to look closely at mine to see the blue.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

But it could be splash causing that blue, not frame. Some people believe frame will only cause a full blue.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

Yes, it's hard to rule out splash until we can test for it.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?

But it could be splash causing that blue, not frame. Some people believe frame will only cause a full blue.

Do you mean full blue or no blue at all? My stallion is lab tested LWO, and only has a partial blue eye.

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Re: Dominant white W3 =blue eye?
But it could be splash causing that blue, not frame. Some people believe frame will only cause a full blue.

Do you mean full blue or no blue at all? My stallion is lab tested LWO, and only has a partial blue eye.

Yes I do. He is LWO and he has a partial blue, but LWO may have not caused the partial blue, it may be splash's hand.

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