In this game Lp determines if your horse is Appy, and PATN determines what kind of pattern they have. Appy genes work as follows:
Lplp patn-1patn-1 patn-2patn-2 Appy with no appy markings
LpLp patn-1patn-1 patn-2patn-2 Appy with no appy markings
Lplp PATN-1? ?? Leopard
LpLp PATN-1? ?? Fewspot or Snowcap
Lplp patn-1patn-1 PATN-2? One of the following: Blanket with loud spots, Snowflake with less white, Varnish with less white, Frost with less white
LpLp patn-1patn-1 PATN-2? One of the following: Blanket with small spots, Snowflake with more white, Varnish with more white, Frost with more white
Varnish can appear in conjunction with other appy patterns, however it only appears by itself in Lp? patn-1patn-1 PATN-2? horses.
Knabstruppers always have Appaloosa coats and aren't dominant for grey or paint genes.
RID or ISH sire X KNN = ISH
KNN sire X RID or ISH dam = ISH
KNN sire X anthing not KNN, ISH, or RID = SH
Any sire not KNN, ISH, or RID X KNN = SH
KNN sire X KNN dam = KNN foal IF a filly has LP or a colt has LP and PATN. If a foal doesn't meet these criteria, it will be a SH
LPlp or LPLP without PATN: only fillys are KNNs colts are always SH, unless they have at least one PATN!
PATN1 is always dominant over PATN2. So if a horse shows the colors of PATN2, is does not have any PATN1. If a horse shows PATN1-markings, one can not say if they have PATN2.