Certain Quarter Horse families are renown for putting on the chrome.
For Paint breeders, knowing which bloodlines are more likely to throw color is a
When cutting horse enthusiast Nancy Sharer decided to breed her favorite Quarter
Horse mare, little did she imagine her foal would be anything but solid. But
when Tykes Molly Reed (QH) foaled in the spring of 1982, Nancy got the surprise
of her life. The colt was a gorgeous sorrel, with a bald face, high leg white
running up to his shoulder and stifle, and a belly spot. Nancy was the proud new
owner of a cropout splash overo.