They are a pale brindle male with a dark nose and a white blaze; a cream male, perhaps with brindling on his ears; a red (grizzle?) male with black muzzle and white chest; and a dark red girl with same.
Those that choose to cut saluki/ tazi/ aboriginal Afghan/ khalag etc into many (as much as three more than that) breeds may not approve of such a mating, nor will those who don't like brindles. I have a pure Almaty line too, but the breeders there reject brindle, and I see no reason not to go for a mating between two superb, beautiful, effective hunters that also increases heterozygosity in the tazi phenotype. I believe in the maintenance of regional types WITH AN OCCASIONAL JUDICIOUS OUTCROSS.
And these are very deliberate dogs, with more homes awaiting than there are pups. As Lashyn is seven and Lahav ten, it seemed time.