Some articles on breed, color, color breeds, breeds:
... that accept horses (and sometimes ponies and mules) of almost any breed or type for registration ... Color is either the only criterion for registration or the primary criterion ... These are called "color breeds," because unlike "true" horse breeds, there are few other physical requirements, nor is the stud book limited in any fashion ...
... opened that accept horses (and sometimes ponies and mules) of almost any breed or type, with color either the only requirement for registration or the primary criterion ... These are called "color breeds" ... Unlike "true" horse breeds, there are few if any unique physical characteristics required, nor is the stud book limited to only certain breeds or offspring of previously registered horses ...
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