Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Original Belgian was a Horse of Many Colors

The Original Belgian was a Horse of Many Colors
Prior to the American development, Belgian Brabant's came in many coat colors, with bay being the predominant color. As the breed gained popularity in America, however, the chestnut—sorrel with the flaxen mane and tail, a white blaze and four socks–became the “desired” color to have.


http://www.imh.org/exhibits/online/belgian-draft-horse









Mack and Mike


My team of Sorrels , flaxen  mane ( although trimmed tight) 4 white sox.














Tom Boy
My Blond










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