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CrookedHalo09
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Hi everyone!
Just stumbled across this forum and I'm thrilled to find it. I recognize some of you from another forum (I have a different username there). I have become extremely interested in learning all I can about equine genetics, it is fascinating to me! My interest really started when my filly Halo was born. She was believed to be a "dunalino" but tested negative for cream. But that led me into the world of color testing lol. I just recently sent in the sample to test her for Splash as well. I'm looking forward to learning a lot here! A couple pictures of the fuzzy beast so you know who I'm talking about. Halo is not my only horse, but all I have pictures of on here at the moment. IMAGE(http://i527.photobucket.com/albums/cc359/bnwalker7/300584_10150835704235538_670175537_20752602_1690257797_n.jpg) IMAGE(http://i527.photobucket.com/albums/cc359/bnwalker7/IMAG1081.jpg)
Daylene Alford
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Welcome!

Welcome!

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Hello! Great to have new

Hello! Great to have new faces.

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critterkeeper
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welcome

:newbie We love new members here...and more horses to "mull" over and discuss (especially over pixs... :love )

Your halo looks surprisingly like a neighbor's red dun with flaxen gelding...he is very light in summer and looks almost like a palomino. Of course he isn't "tested" so the "dun" is based on his pedigree (dad was bay dun and dam red dun, so a good chance he's dun :wink: ).

Kylene "A dog has lots of friends because he wags his tail and not his tongue." ~ Anonymous

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Welcome to the forum Yes,

Welcome to the forum :toast
Yes, we love horsey pics here!!

The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and fire. ~Sharon Ralls Lemon

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