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Champagne plus Silver


Silver causes black manes & tails to lighten to a silvery flaxen or pewter color, and lightens the body colors of bay, brown & black horses a little.  When combined with black-based Champagne colors, it lightens the manes, tails and bodies more than the champagne gene alone.  It can be seen in these examples from ICHR's online stud book (registry). (Silver has no effect on chestnut or gold champagne horses.)

ICHR #0127

 

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Goldie
QH/Shetland cross(?)
Amber silver

 

Amy Stein;
Pennsylvania

 

Dam of ICHR #0032; (Unknown line.)
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ICHR #0032

 

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Pawnee
Quarter Pony colt
Amber silver

 

Laurie Border;
Pennsylvania

 

ICHR #0032
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ICHR #0128

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Maestro's Bardic Gold
Half-Welsh colt
 Amber (T) silver
Amy Stein;
Pennsylvania
Dam is ICHR #0127, his half-brother is #0032
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