Champagne - Horse Coat Color. Champagne is a dominant gene that dilutes hair pigment from black to brown and red to gold. Champagne on a chestnut background (Gold) produces a gold body color and often a flaxen mane and tail that can be mistaken for palomino. The champagne gene is a simple dominant allele responsible for a number of rare horse coat colors. The most distinctive traits of horses with the champagne gene are the hazel eyes and pinkish, freckled skin, which are bright blue and bright pink at birth, respectively.... (read more)She is registered and her barn name is SavyHer registered name is "2eye girl"Now about her: Savy is 15.1 hh tall and has some pepp when you ride her. I use her on trails and she is fun to ride on trails with her build in navigation system. She can track back her Trail for hours back to camp. I have no clue how she remember every little turn exactly we came even we crossed the river....She has a comfortable Trott and is easy to push into a canter.
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