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They found that base coat color (bay, black, or sorrel) plays a significant role in the resulting spotting patterns, Druml said. For example, bay horses are likely to have less white on the body, whereas black horses are more likely to be full leopards with large, dark, regularly spaced spots. By contrast, a sorrel-based horse might be a full leopard, but his spots will be smaller and more spread out than those of bay or black-based horses.
Sex also appears to play a role, as males tend to have larger spots than females. ..."
http://www.thehorse.com/articles/39916/ ... 11-16-2017
Hele onderzoek gepubliceerd in the Journal of Heredity : “Phenotypic and Genetic Analysis of the Leopard Complex Spotting in Noriker Horses”.
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