Just one link this time – the author is about to start a sequence on white horses, and I want to group them into one post.
These modifiers are not genes like the previous posts, but interactions of genes.
Coat Color Modifiers – Sooty and pangare
These are the genes that produce the most common (ok, except for the last 2) basic coat colors from the red and black in the previous post…
Agouti, the Bay Gene
Dun and Creme, the Yellow Genes
The Grey Gene
Champagne and Pearl
Silver, Taffy, or Chocklate
Drafts with Dots has a really neat series of posts about coat colors. I’m going to group these by type of discussion; this is the first set: the intro and the post on the basic coat colors that pretty much everything else comes from.
Basics of Horse Color Genetics
It All Starts With Black or Red
I debated for a while before starting this blog. Like I need another blog to update, right? But more and more – since I discovered Google Reader, in fact – I find myself coming across horse-related things that I want to archive for myself, because they’re neat or interesting or whatever.
Continue reading Brief Intro