Tri and Harlequin


Color is to be white with any of the following combination of 2 colors: Dense black and golden orange; lavender blue and golden fawn; dark chocolate brown and golden orange; dove gray and golden fawn.  Eyes- to correspond to solid color variety.  

Pattern is to have both ears colored, nose marking (no preference is given to butterfly over evenly balanced nose spots), color around both eyes, and backpattern.  The back pattern may be in the form of a blanket (color starting at the nape of theneck, continueing over the back,sides and hips) or spotted (individual colored spots evenly distributed over the back, sides and hips.), with preference given to the balance of pattern.  Color on a broken animal is to be at least 10% but not more then 50% of the entire animal.  


color is to include the above listed colors except white is not to be found on this animal.  Harlequin are not a recognized color but are considered the "solid" color for the tri.  They cannot be shown, but are useful when breeding tri-color.


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