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    I've gotta admit I do like the look of some odd colours. But I think they definitely shouldn't be overbred and stuff. With the Danes, I hear about the Fawns being the most common colour, and merles being 'rare'. Now I barely see the fawns around or being bred... It seems like it's mainly harls and blacks being bred and merles out and about... I don't think the original colours should be forgotten, but the odd colours should be able to be registered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxerini View Post
    I've gotta admit I do like the look of some odd colours. But I think they definitely shouldn't be overbred and stuff. With the Danes, I hear about the Fawns being the most common colour, and merles being 'rare'. Now I barely see the fawns around or being bred... It seems like it's mainly harls and blacks being bred and merles out and about... I don't think the original colours should be forgotten, but the odd colours should be able to be registered.
    I totally agree about not losing the origanal acseptable colours. I find it hard to buy a straight old dark coloured no white markings horse these days as the breeders seem to be so into dilutes & flashy markings. I like flashy colours but like you I still want to be able to buy/breed quality plainer coloured animals also.

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    I myself prefer a horse with markings, though I do see the benefits of none- no scrubbing legs like crazy! the flashy markings do catch the eyes of the judges more, are more memorable in my eyes. There is one particular TB that I remember from the last show season - chestnut with a big blaze and high pointed stockings on the hind legs. Not a spectacular horse, but it's the markings that make me remember that horse more than any bay or brown.

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    With Cresteds all colors are acceptable but most breeders tend to go for certain ones.

    I don't think I have seen a Crested without white socks, and it's rare to see one with no white in it's crest.
    I would love to see an all black Cressie, I think it would look stunning.

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    I luuuuurve Cresteds. They're stunning. Just sayin'

    Need more pictures or Mr. Cyrus please.

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    Chinese crested dog NIKA BLACK NIGHT

    This one has an all black crest.... I personally prefer them with white.

    And an all black...

    http://fearchinesecrested.webs.com/fear.htm

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    Oh very nice dog.
    I like the sounds of their personalities too maybe when I am next on the look out for a small new pack member I will look at them closely.
    Do the puff coated dogs require alot of grooming?

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    Oh, wait. Its a PP. Never mind...

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    Fear (the all black) is just gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!

    I don't have any recent ones of the Cy monster, need to take some at the next show. Here's one from the Launceston Royal back in October, he got Challenge Dog which we were very happy with.

    On his pedigree he is a Black and Gold but he barely has any gold left on him, I'd class him as Black/Silver/White now.
    Last edited by Crested_Love; 03-20-2011 at 12:03 PM.

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