Flaxen Chestnut Color Inheritance Studied

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Chestnut Morgan horses with lighter manes and tails, called "flaxen," are the subject of a research project seeking to unlock some of the mysteries of coat color inheritance.

The preliminary results from the Morgan study have produced some statistics, as well as tools for measuring flaxen coloring and creating pedigrees that include visual indicators of the trait.

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