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A recent appearance
The Comtois horse has not always been blond nor has its coat been chestnut. Its current appearance is the result of a gene introduced in the 1950s. Baptized “silver”, it originates from an Alezan with washed horsehair named “Questeur” and considered so beautiful that it attracted the attention of breeders. The Comtois bay dress became redder and its black mane incendiary blond. Some breeders return to the original criteria of Comtois horses, and the breed is admitted to competitions and events. A stallion is qualified as a Trait Comtois if it has four grandparents already recognized as such. The “TC” logo is then affixed to its neckline.
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