"Flaxen" used only to describe the lightened mane and tail of a chestnut, has been proposed as a genetic modifier, particularly when it appears to be a trait of certain breeds. However, the genetic mechanism of this process has yet to be identified.
HORSES ADOPT ORPHANED DEER A fawn was spotted wandering alone in a field near Subenacadle, Nova Scotia, Canada, but managed to survive with the help of his new foster family of horses. Once the horses took him in, the fawn never left. He was able to survive summer and fall without his mothers milk. We guess all he really needed was a lot of love and tender care.
former pinner wrote: We had horses on the ranch when I was young...I always dreamed of having one just like this in every aspect...a magnificently beautiful animal...I still want one...a dream to work toward. I had one of these when i was young. m.r.