Post by Kathy Laughlin on Mar 8, 2020 19:09:19 GMT -6
Breed: Friesian Sporthorse
Missing Information: Thoroughbred and other outcross colors in permitted colors
Evidence: (This was copied and pasted from old forum)
Hello! I did some research with the FSA (Friesian Sporthorse Association).
Under breed standards, the page lists that "all colors are recognized and accepted."
Furthermore, the website says that "Some colors cannot be achieved without the use of non-approved non-sport breeds."
In the master breed list, permitted outcrosses include Thoroughbreds. However not all thoroughbred colors are included in the allowed colors for Friesian Sporthorses. I think the same follows for other permitted outcrosses, although I've only looked into Thoroughbreds.
It's only in German (Oldenburger = Oldenburg, Schwedisches Warmblut = Swedish Warmblood) but it's the official breeding program of the Hanoverian breed. There are still only the base coat colors allowed. If you've any questions because of translation let me know and I'd gladly help you out.
Post by Christina Lindblad on Apr 19, 2020 15:20:24 GMT -6
Breed: Danish Warmblood
Missing Information: Roan as approved color
Evidence: This might be an long shot since it was hard to find proof that roan does exist in danish warmblood so the color should be classified as rare then, but I found two horses that are registred in DWB studbook and these two are:
And I know that there is existing an 3rd one, a bay roan mare that I rode for several years ago (over 20 years ago) that also are an danish warmblood, born late 70's early 80's but I couldn't find more info about her more than what I remember.