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What pattern is this?
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Re: What pattern is this?

I'd throw in sabino, and maybe discount frame--the blaze is skimming right in front of the eyes, which is a sabino type thing, especially when mixed with splash.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Possibly Frame- Splash and most more than likely Sabino (as it's pretty much there in some way in nearly all breeds).

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Re: What pattern is this?

I'd guess frame and sabino, maybe splash. The amount of face white and two very high white legs combined with two solid legs indicates frame to me.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Frame, frame, frame. I'm 100% sure of that. Also splash.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Definately frame, because of the 2 solid legs. And sabino as well because of the face white. I don't think splash.

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Re: What pattern is this?

I do not think that is Frame, but obviously if it's a mare.......
I think that is just Splash and Sabino.

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Re: What pattern is this?

The horizontal movement of the white coupled with the random shape of it (splash is rarely random) screams frame. The back left leg screams splash (as well as the blaze for some reason, though admittedly it could be frame).

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Re: What pattern is this?

This horse positively screams frame to me. Along with splash and sabino

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Re: What pattern is this?

Nothing is screaming at me, folks...although I do agree that something is inhibiting the expression on the legs.....

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Re: What pattern is this?

Frame ,sabino, splash.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Ya' know, the more I look at that picture, the more irritated I get--why do people NOT run the stirrups up on a loose horse any more???? Actually, why the he** is that horse loose with a saddle on???????????? :hammer :BH

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Re: What pattern is this?

Loose in a supervised round pen, yes. It's a training tactic. That's how every horse I've had a hand in training has been broken (albeit with western saddles). As for the stirrups, my opinions is a little different since I'm used western stirrups which are always full length and quite heavy themselves. Sure some people take them off, but I like to leave them on. The horse needs to get used to lots of things flopping and slapping around up there.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Be as that may, a green horse never needs to deal with getting stirrups hung up on stuff, and I've seen many a "fully broke" horse decide rolling while wearing a saddle (or even a rider!) is a good idea...guess I'm just old school, where consideration of tack was as paramount as consideration of the horse.

Order of importance was always horse/tack/human, when it came to setting up for/finishing from a ride. We were allowed to go get drinks, visit the loo, etc., after we had finished cooling horse, brushing horse, putting horse away, wiping saddle/bridle down and washing bit. And it didn't matter how many horses we were supposed to ride in a day...

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Re: What pattern is this?

I agree it only takes a minute to tie the stirrups....a piece of baler twine tying them together under the belly would do it and the horse would still have them hanging there and flapping to a controlled degree......

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I like that baling twine idea RF!

I know big name trainers that turn horses loose in a round pen with a western saddle on for a full 24 hours when they're starting them. They may have taken the stirrups and fenders off though, I'm not sure.

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Re: What pattern is this?

That I would not even do, here is a training opps... I had a horse one time turn around and bit and western stirrup and got stuck on his bottom jaw and he rolled and flipped over on the ground , thankfully there was no major damage.

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The prosecution rests their case, Your Honour... :angel

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Re: What pattern is this?

bale twine on stirrups is a good idea in this instance....and I still see frame along with the Spash and sabino . :)

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Re: What pattern is this?

"Sire is a black bay dominant for black overo"
Not that this sentence make too much sense but I THINK they may mean his LWO positive?

Horse looks like all three to me.

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Re: What pattern is this?

Sounds like he's homozygous black, carrying brown and frame.

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