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Pangere in foal? Will it stay?
I find this filly interesting mostly in how light she is in her belly and soft areas. Do you think she will have pangere as a mature horse? She is listed as a sooty buckskin, but I am confident she is smokey brown. The sire is a perlino and dam is a bay or brown. Dam is a Holsteiner, sire is a Czech Warmblood. This farm has had other smokey browns, but I have not seen one with such a light belly before. I was not sure if pangere would be evident in a foal and carry on to adulthood, or most likely go away? She is owned/bred by Golden Edge Sporthorses and the photos are theirs IMAGE(http://www.roanoakefarm.com/Golden%20Edge%20Sporthorses%20-%20Sales%20List/i1505rp.jpg) IMAGE(http://www.roanoakefarm.com/Golden%20Edge%20Sporthorses%20-%20Sales%20List/i1522rp.jpg) Video of her at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiwjUMFl6aY
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Since she is out of a perlino

Since she is out of a perlino she has to have cream which is already diluting any red pigment exposed by agouti. Pangare would be hard to pinpoint on a cream base as it is already diluting the hair it would target. She appears to be within the normal color spectrum for a smoky brown foal. I do have to say that the music choice in her video was extremely amusing. :)

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IMO that's not Pangare. Thats

IMO that's not Pangare. Thats just shading from Brown, or smoky brown as is the case here.

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very sweet, obviously a

very sweet, obviously a dressage prospect, look at those airs above ground :love

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Not exactly related to the

Not exactly related to the foal, but in general foals are born looking lighter then they actually will mature to be. A black tobiano horse might look like a seal bay tobiano as a foal, for example.

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Black foals do not look brown

Black foals do not look brown they look a sort of charcoal colour....this foal I do not think has Pangare, I think it is a Smoky Brown, not a sooty Buckskin...

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