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September 10, 2009

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globalhorseculture

That's an interesting suggestion. There are a whole lot of gray Percherons,
but also a lot of black ones (many of the show ring hitches in the US use
all black Percherons). But if I'm going to make that argument maybe I should
remove the Kladruber, because it comes in black and gray also. I'm of two
minds about the Lippizan, too, because if I recall the "rare" colors are
somewhat more common in Hungary, for example, than Austria. I've seen a herd
with a black Lippizan and a couple of bays. So they aren't "flukes" like a
chestnut Friesian. What do you think?

Then I can do a post about horses that only come in two colors. :D

On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 8:44 PM, wrote:

Kimberly Cox Carneal

Would the predominantly grey Percheron qualify for this list?

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