Examples of Color Possibilities from Zeus
These examples are what you can typically expect out of sorrel, bay, or black mares. The color of the mare can change the chances for a specific color or can eliminate the possibility of certain colors also. It is helpful to have your mare tested for Extension (red/black) and Agouti (bay). These tests are available from UC Davis or Animal Genetics, Inc. and are relatively cheap (~$25 per test). 

You can also visit this color calculator to see what Zeus could produce out your mare. There is no calculator out there that has his exact color combination, but you can get a pretty good idea on the Animal Genetics calculator. Use "amber champagne dun" (Ee AA) for Zeus, then add a cream gene to every possible result. For example, if one of the possibilities is a "bay dun," then, really it would be a dunskin. This calculator also does not take Roan into consideration.

If you are interested in learning what possible colors Zeus could produce out of your mare, please send us her information on the Contact Us page.

Gold Cream
(Champagne Palomino)
Picture courtesy Rancho Bayo

Amber Cream Dun
(Champagne Dunskin)
Picture by Dalora Schafer

Dunalino

Dunskin Roan

Buckskin Roan

Palomino

Amber Cream
​(Champagne Buckskin)

Gold Cream Dun
(Champagne Dunalino)
Picture by Cherie Wasson

Amber Cream Roan
(Champagne Buckskin Roan)
Picture courtesy ichregistry.com

Dunskin
Pictured: Hollywood Dun It

Not Pictured:

Palomino Roan
Dunalino Roan
Gold Cream Roan
Gold Cream Dun Roan

It is highly unlikely that Zeus could produce any red-based roan foals out of non-roan mares. Though these colors do exist, the chance is so small that I did not include examples.

Buckskin
Picture courtesy Fairies Ranch

Amber Cream Dun Roan
(Champagne Dunskin Roan)