Ironed In Black (Mac)
black homozygous son of Natural Iron, & grandson of
Boston Mac, one of the most desirable crosses on
cutting bred mares, per article in AQHA’s American
Horse magazine . Mac produces healthy, sane , easy
going -good minded calm, all around foals that ride
like a dream, with pretty heads, big hips &a lot of
size. Some of Macs foals are 17.hh . And 3 are
performance foals that have excelled in western
pleasure and hunter under saddle.
Homozygous black means that Mac
cannot produce a sorrel or chestnut , no red fouls.
This means that his foals well have black mane,
tail and stockings, but the body color is affected
by the mares color genetics.
Example: if Mac is bred to a
bay, sorrel, or chestnut he well produce a black or
If Mac is bred to Palominos,
Perlinos, Creamelos, Buckskins ,he well produce
buckskins , bays, black or smoky blacks , to see
what your mare well produce bred to Mac click on the
COLOR CALCULATOR for more accurate information and
Check out the Color Calculator to see what the
possibilities are with your mare and Ironed in Black
Natural Iron has produced halter rom's Show Rom's,AQHA Ch,Sup.Halter. Sup.