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"OTHER" Champagne Color Combinations

Brindled Champagne:

One of a Kind Vanzi  ("Mystery")


Left and below: click to see full size photos.

Mystery was bred and is owned by Julie Yatsko, of Manitoba, Canada.  Click the filly's name to see her on Julie's web site.

Winter coat:



Homozygous and Bi-Colored Champagne

I'm a Unique Vanzi Two ("Magic")

Left and below:  this foal was also bred by Julie Yatsko of Manitoba, Canada.  Click the filly's name to see her on Julie's web site.

She shed out lighter, later, and turned out to be homozygous, which explains her lighter-than-usual color, but not her bi-color.  Julie says she is still bi-colored, but there is not as much contrast, now.

Here is a composite from Julie's web site showing how she has changed.  Click it to see it the original size:




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OTHER combinations

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