Discussion in 'Colour Questions' started by Halligan, Aug 26, 2009.
Bird Catcer spots are weird - they can come and go when they want really.
Google 'brindle horses' and the links to him are right up the top. I just cut & pasted from there. I did realise afterwards that the AQHA might confuse people
hahaha, silly me! *#) I was looking in AuQHA studbook! had a real blond moment! hahaha
Do I see a brindle maybe joining the stallion ranks at Coliban If they are a mutation of roan one would fit right in down there **)
Are you a clairvoyant, Tintara?*#) hahaha! or I might be bringing a zebra out? lol!
When the Youngs had him, he told me that only the liver chestnut mares produced roans when put to Catch A Bird.
Dont know how or why though :confused:
IMO, the mares colour had nothing to do with the foals being roan. Cool coincidence though!
Natal Classi | Thoroughbred Stallion of Stoneybrooke Farm
2006; Natal & Renick
2007 Natal and Renick
he has passed on brindle characteristics.. and is apparently not chimeric.
Is this sire still available for stud?
Does anyone have pics of the brindle progeny???
I have searched for pics of both Dunbars Gold & Natal Classi brindle babies?
Hey Belambi, the site you posted didn't have any pics of his offspring
Behind the Bit: Natal Clasi: Brindle stallion's babies
wow that is so sad about the horses in Vic, and owned by a vet as well !!!
IMO Catch a Bird isnt a true "brindle" - if your familiar with the colour in dogs & cattle then his colour doesnt really match up. Altho it is still very unusal.
I found this pic on google tho, that is what I would call a proper brindle...
I agree; I believe it is generally accepted that he was a mutation of roan as he produced true roan progeny from non-roan mares but never reproduced his own coat pattern.
do you mean like this ?
this is the Dam of one of my Mares.. looks like "spots" lol
Wow Leanne, that horse looks awesome.
That roany brindle thing is kinda odd! It's like you got a boxer and turned it into a horse :/