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Here are updated photos of the mystery rescued CAB filly, crossposted from Equine Color forum.

http://equinecolor.info/content/ummm-th ... tch?page=2

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Thank you so much Nessa. I really appreciate it!
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Interesting partial quotes from the aforementioned public site,

( http://equinecolor.info/content/ummm-th ... tch?page=2 )

authored by "ROANS RULE":

"...Lavendar Fields and Slip Catch have been sold and leave WA on Tuesday (22-2-2001) to reside at Winning Colours Farm in Rockley, NSW."

"... Slip Catch and Lilac Hill were so much alike it is hard to tell them apart."

"Odd Colours by the way lives on a station up north of WA. Not sure where yet. Another roan was sold without permission and he has no idea to it's where-abouts."


"...although [Catch A Bird] he left a little to be desired conformation wise he made up for it all in that he had a wonderful nature."


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Hope "Roans Rule" may add new information on these valuable cases. :D


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More than just the roans arriving at Winning Colours Farm
http://www.winningcoloursfarm.com.au/patrickleft.jpg

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Jorge wrote:
Interesting partial quotes from the aforementioned public site,

( http://equinecolor.info/content/ummm-th ... tch?page=2 )

authored by "ROANS RULE":

"...Lavendar Fields and Slip Catch have been sold and leave WA on Tuesday (22-2-2001) to reside at Winning Colours Farm in Rockley, NSW."

"... Slip Catch and Lilac Hill were so much alike it is hard to tell them apart."

"Odd Colours by the way lives on a station up north of WA. Not sure where yet. Another roan was sold without permission and he has no idea to it's where-abouts."


"...although [Catch A Bird] he left a little to be desired conformation wise he made up for it all in that he had a wonderful nature."


Any update on these cases? :idea:
Thanks in advance for keeping this important topic latent. :D


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Jorge wrote:
Jorge wrote:
Interesting partial quotes from the aforementioned public site,

( http://equinecolor.info/content/ummm-th ... tch?page=2 )

authored by "ROANS RULE":

"...Lavendar Fields and Slip Catch have been sold and leave WA on Tuesday (22-2-2001) to reside at Winning Colours Farm in Rockley, NSW."

"... Slip Catch and Lilac Hill were so much alike it is hard to tell them apart."

"Odd Colours by the way lives on a station up north of WA. Not sure where yet. Another roan was sold without permission and he has no idea to it's where-abouts."


"...although [Catch A Bird] he left a little to be desired conformation wise he made up for it all in that he had a wonderful nature."


Any update on these cases? :idea:
Thanks in advance for keeping this important topic latent. :D


Winning Colours Farm has all 3 roan mares, from WA, the ones from the RSPCA were never registerd as far as I'm aware :D

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they also have a splash white mare (not sure if they own the foal) and on their newsletters they have some interesting pic. including a (DW?) white Clyde stallion.

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they also have a splash white mare (not sure if they own the foal) and on their newsletters they have some interesting pic. including a (DW?) white Clyde stallion.


No, I don't think that is right, I think Peta use to ride him years ago and was owned by someone else :)

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color wrote:
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So what are you calling these:

Lavender Fields - TB filly - bay roan
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Pink Floyd - TB colt - red roan
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Slip Catch - TB mare - bay roan
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Slip Catch had so far 4 roan offspring and I think everyone will agree that these are TRUE roans.


Any recent news on these roans?


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PINK FLOYD (Roan H 2003) http://www.pedigreequery.com/pink+floyd9

Where is he?


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Great news about Slip Catch.

http://www.winningcoloursfarm.com.au/Race%20Mares.htm


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The splashed white is Mata Biru. :lol: and no, she doesnt own the foal.

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There's a notation on one of the CAB roans that they are "true" roans. Anyone know if, or what kind of testing was done on these animals?

It sure looks like the CAB roan was a unique mutation starting with Catch a Bird. It would be unlikely that it is the exact same mutation as the regular roan.


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No they haven't been tested. They are called true roan because they are visually identical to classic roan. I agree it is unlikely it is the same mutation. We know of at least three different roan mutations as it is.

Belambi, have any of those splash TBs been tested for splash yet? I'm very curious to know if the tests work on them or not.

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