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Her sire has one moonspot on his leg there, and from what I have seen, has thrown a lot of kids with one moonspot on the leg. Its definitely tan, and not white. What say you all?




 

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Yay! Now, I did not recognize that as a moonspot when I registered her (rookie mistake no doubt), can I have her registration corrected?
 

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It will cost you to change her papers, but i think it has to be within 30 days of the original papers, and really not neccessary unless you think it is. If you shave her she may have more moonspots than it appears from the photo. We had a black and white doe that when we shaved her was covered with gold and grey moonspots,
 

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Thanks you all :) As of this moment I do intend to keep her, so I changing her papers isn't necessary, but I felt like if i was going to sell her, I should have her papers changed, to match her appearance, seems like I would feel shady otherwise lol. I am so excited to breed her to my moonspotted buckling now! :D
 
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