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  • Jonesi

    'Reckless Dan', a Grey Brindle Quarter Horse. Brindle is what is called a ‘chimeric’ gene. Chimeric genes occur when a mare is pregnant with two non-identical twins, but the two embryos become ‘fused’ into one. What you actually have is two coat colors from two different horses all mixed up. This means chimeric genes, including brindles, are almost totally random and it is almost impossible to breed for it. Geneticists are still trying to figure out the truth behind the brindle gene.

  • Rory Sinclair

    Grey Brindle Quarter Horse // The brindle coat pattern is caused by a rare genetic anomaly called chimerism. A chimeric animal develops when fraternal twins fuse into one embryo in utero.

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