Champagne test available

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crponies

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That is very cool!
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I have a couple that I am going to send in right away!

Thank you for telling us about this!

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Thanks so much for posting that!! I have a couple of colts I am going to test right away!!!
 

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Very cool! I don't have any champagnes but it's still awesome news to me!
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Neat!

Can someone tell me (easy to understand) or share a link that explains "what" the champagne color is? Is it related to cream dilute, or totally different?

Thanks,

Jill
 

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Neat!

Can someone tell me (easy to understand) or share a link that explains "what" the champagne color is? Is it related to cream dilute, or totally different?

Thanks,

Jill
Champagne sometimes has a similar expression to Cream, but they are an entirely different gene. If you will click on this link http://www.ca.uky.edu/gluck/EPTRL.asp#color and scroll down to Champagne, it will explain it.
 

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Thank you!!! I read that just right after I asked :DOH! Still not sure I get it but sounds like it looks similar to cream, but is completely different.
 

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