Post by Capriole Admin Account on Jul 11, 2014 13:52:40 GMT -5
Board Clean Up In Progress!
With the relaunch of Capriole comes a lot of cleaning duties! In order to make sure that Capriole is clean, organized and ready to go for our official grand opening sometime in August, we will be going through the board and removing all old threads, especially from areas like scrapbooks and classifieds.
But don't fret! We haven't actually removed them. They're sitting in a board that's accessible by the staff for safe keeping, and will not be permanently deleted. If you want any of your old posts back, please message a member of the staff!
Gemini Edelstein: I hate to seem rude or like a know-it-all, but some of your examples are wrong. A Silver dappled horse is special to Rocky Mountain horses. The color shown is known as Chocolate, a Rocky Mountain horse-only gene color.
Nov 27, 2017 12:06:44 GMT -5
Gemini Edelstein: Also, Two pearl genes do not become a Apricot. An Apricot color comes from one Pearl gene and one Creme gene, Two Pearl genes become "lost" when they are both dominant and result in Cremello or Palomino
Nov 27, 2017 12:09:40 GMT -5
Aremeriel: Gemini Edelstein, you're wrong on both accounts.
May 24, 2018 4:12:47 GMT -5
Aremeriel: Silver is not RMH-only gene. Silver even exists in the Haflinger breed, not visible because they're all red.
May 24, 2018 4:14:07 GMT -5
Aremeriel: Two pearl genes do not result in Cremello or Palomino. Cremello and Palomino are both cream (double and single). Cr/Prl usually gives a slightly more pigmented coat than Cr/Cr(there's no way to distinguish the double dilutes from each other by the way)
May 24, 2018 4:20:24 GMT -5
Aremeriel: Prl/Prl gives an even darker coat than Cr/Prl.
May 24, 2018 4:20:59 GMT -5