|Thunderbolt, Justin's horse|
As far as coloring goes, mahogany bay (a dark-red bay, which includes black markings of mane, tail and legs) won out over the second runner-up of dapple-grey, or grey, since it was brought to our attention that the "dapple" part was only a passing coloring and the horse would end up being some kind of light grey coloring, closer to Snowflake. (Although, the suggestion of "gray with silver mane and tail" sounded intriguing.)
Just for fun, I am giving Thunderbolt a small white "star" on his forehead. Hey, why not?
Need input for upcoming series. The Carters have a stallion named Sebastian. I need to know what he looks like so he can sire a chocolate palomino foal and a cream foal with Taffy. All of you who know lots about horse genetics, please respond with some coloring ideas for Sebastian!