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Cloverbud Curriculum, A Horse of a Different Color!


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Authored by C.A. Porr, C.C. Crisman, R.K. Splan, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

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Horses come in a variety of colors with many different markings that can help with the identification of individuals. Knowing the names of those colors and markings not only makes you knowledgeable about horses, it helps you communicate with others in the horse industry.

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Publication Date

July 15, 2021