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Skylar horse Savannah the horse Skylar won from the Essay from Lyn foaled this morning at 10:58am. Savannah had very small udder, we had been up all night with two other mares.

Savannah decide she would go first.

We are so excited about this FILLY!!!!


This filly is out of our buckskin stud Little Kings Hallmarks Buckshot(that we sold, we hate we sold him now)

The filly dam is Savannah a chestnut mare(savannah as a roan parent as well)

Here is She.

We haven't decide on a name yet.

Prefix is Paint By Numbers or PBN

What color do you think she is?We are thinking silver bay.

She how light she is in color. I know they have frosting, but she is very light.









Ashley

Skylar is beside herself

Skylar is in LOVE

filly sire
I hate I sold him.

thanks

Here is a link of more photos of Savannah filly

http://s42.photobucket.com/albums/e329/MBh...ly08/?start=all



she is so sweet.

We were feeding the horses late this morning,because we were up all night. WOW Savannah decide to foal what a great day to foal.This filly is a doll. She miss my grandmother birthday by one day(grandmother b-day was april 18- my grandmother has pass away)
 

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Very cute. I vote BAY for color.

[My bay stallion was so red when he was little, he was registered as red dun.]
 

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I would say she is a bay. No silver.

What a cute filly. Skylar must be very proud of her. Congratulations!
 

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Big Congratulations! So happy for Skylar!!! This is the prettiest baby Savanah has ever had! So glad all went well. She is bay, not silver.... there is no silver in Savanahs backround.

Lyn
 
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We were worring if the buckskin stud could have silver hidden.
we have had alot of bay foal none this light.We didn't have buckshot tested for silver or anything, who knows. We had our cremello pinto tested come to found out he was silver perlino pinto not cremello(I just decide to test for silver just to see, the perlino was no silver listed in background either, but someone had to have silver somewhere)

Skylar is over joy with excited
.Savannah foaled at a great time, so skylar was there the whole time.


Savannah is a great horse to own.

thanks again.

here is our bay colt born in march, see how dark he is to her

few hours old.
savannah filly has no black points like our first bay this year above.

this past week photo of the colt



Buckshot sire is Little kings Buckwheat( i think he is a white stallion)

here is buckshot pedigree

http://www.horsestudbook.com/WebPages/Pedi...OT&Levels=5
 
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Little Kings Buckwheat is a perlino stallion, not a white stallion. I have a son and daughter of his; Little Kings Junior Jinx and Little Kings Heir to Glory. And hopefully next year I'll have a double bred grandget of Buckwheats.
 
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Little Kings Buckwheat is a perlino stallion, not a white stallion. I have a son and daughter of his; Little Kings Junior Jinx and Little Kings Heir to Glory. And hopefully next year I'll have a double bred grandget of Buckwheats.
stud book online has him listed at white. what if he could be like our perlino pinto stud, who was tested that carries the silver gene.
our silver perlino pinto studs sire is palomino pinto and dam is listed cremello,but we think she is perlino as well.
 
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Regardless if the sire does or doesn't carry silver--and I doubt that he does, as he doesn't look like a silver buckskin--your new filly is bay with no silver, I'm positive of that.

Bay foals come in many different shades and yes, some of them do come with those "silvery" legs & muzzle. As your baby sheds you will surely see that her legs become black.
 

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Buckwheat is 20 some years old. I'm sure that 20 some years ago the option to correctly register him as perlino wasn't there so they went with white.

And there are different shades to colors too. That's why we have people say dark/black bay, blood bay, red bay, etc, etc.
 
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Very pretty filly. Congratulations. I agree that she is bay.
 

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Here are a few bay we have had here at our farm.See why I think she might be Silver Bay our new filly. Are am I just hoping she is.


our amha 2006 bay filly Raven who greyed out, she had a grey sire.

raven

our 2007 AMHA bay pinto filly Star

she her dark points



our 2008 Bay colt

sniper

This year 2008 AMHA pending Filly by savannah, she has no dark black points, could someone tell to us why she don't if she is a bay.

need help naming her as well.

Sire is Little Kings hallmarks Buckshot

dam is savannah
 
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You are just hoping, and I'm afraid that wishing won't make it so for you!
As I said earlier, bays do come in many different shades, and some do have the very light colored legs like your new filly. That "silver" hair on her legs will shed out to show the black. Your filly does actually have black points--look at her mane and her ear tips.

Silver bays also come in many different shades/colors, but I've yet to see one that was colored like your filly.
 

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we can hope she would be silver bay.
how long would it take to know for sure she is just a bay and not silver bay.we sure was so excited when we were thinking she was silver bay.


here is our friends silver bay filly from this year,.



below is ours see how close in color they are.


 

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Congratulations! What a sweet little filly! We had a bay colt that was born as light as your little filly and he ended up a nice bay. I love your pictures with your daughter, sooooo sweet!
 

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Congratulations! What a sweet little filly! We had a bay colt that was born as light as your little filly and he ended up a nice bay. I love your pictures with your daughter, sooooo sweet!
love to see photos.
 

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Here are some pictures of my bay stallion; DNA color tested Ee, AA and no cream (silver wasn't available at the time, but his points are black). [both his dam and sire are buckskin.]

This collage is a couple years old.



And, here is a picture from last summer.

 

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Thanks everyone.

We are going to feed now. My mare Ruby the black mare is waxing up, she was due first.

So it looks like another sleeply night.

Pray all goes well with Ruby, she is bred to our friends Palomino stud who was four at worlds in 2006 in driving.
 

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