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    Carnivalay's "clown face" is very, very Splash, and a very cool presentation bottom-heavy and lopsided face white is very typical of Splash

    Low socks that are more or less horizontal - more Splash
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    [QUOTE=JB;6654958]Well, it's not "roan attached" to Sabino, it's the Sabino causing the roaning. They are one and the same, it's just a matter of how it's presented

    JB you are right, I should have said expressed, not attached. There are different expressions of roaning, minimum to maximum.



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    Yes, you're right, expressed is definitely the right word and you're right, it's a wide spectrum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Splash due to the overall shape, with Sabino adding some jaggedness to the edge Splash likes smooth lines.
    Interesting, thanks for weighing in! I admit I had not spent much time thinking about it, but I just assumed sabino. Might have to get her tested, just for the hell of it!



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    I wouldn't bother with the Sabino test. There's only the SB1 test, and it's unlikely She'd test positive, while at the same time being possible/likely she has another form of Sabino.
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