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"Triple Dilute Champagnes"


Champagne horses whose hair has been diluted three times (including once by champagne).

  •  Notes:

    • This ICHR page will deal only with those triple dilutions which include Champagne.

    • When a horse has two of any dominant dilution gene (silver, champagne, dun) it does not look any different than if it had one.

    • To take this into account, two of any dominant gene is counted as "one dilution" for this study.

    • Cream and pearl genes, since they each register separately on the horse's coat, will each be counted separately : each one counts as one dilution.

    • In genetic notation on this page, a blank ( _ ) means that any allele may be present with the same result: for example, Ch__ means "either one or two champagne genes."

    • There have been no combinations of pearl + champagne documented, to date.


 Click here for Champagne + 2 Cream genes (Ch _ , Cr Cr)


Click here for Champagne + 1 Cream + Dun genes (Ch __ , Cr cr, Dn __ )


Champagne + 1 Cream + Silver genes (Ch __, Crcr, Z _ )

 Ridgehavens Cocoa - Classic cream silver:

ICHR
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Ridgehavens Cocoa
 Miniature Horse stallion
Classic cream silver
Judy Ventimiglia;
Missouri
Seven CS Cotton Candy
PEDIGREE

 


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