Whew - You guys are like a breath of fresh air over here......really! I love to see the Sabino NOT being hidden and discussed! Even for those that do not like it, all I hoped for was that the Sabino be as recognized as all the other PB's AND in the same way. For example, a good horse is never a bad color, kinda way. Do not excuse bad legs, feet, temperments, etc., just because the PB Sabino has a unique and different than most coat pattern. Again, you are all a breath of fresh air!!
I am so glad Dean has this site for us to come to!!
***** This site has been a breath of fresh air for me too
I have never understood why the natural color genes expressing themselves that create excessive white and odd coat patterens is discriminated,not allowed and alot of times shunned among a breed ( not just the Arabians ) I am proud of all my minimal sabinos and would be proud to have a maximum show itself in a foal I produce. I have a Morab filly here right now out of my grey minimal sabino Arabian stallion everyone thinks is going to grey out but she is a chestnut and will remain a chestnut she just has alot of white ticking on the hips and a few roaned patches other than that she is a deep dark chestnut showing no signs of being a grey.