48D Coloured Ridden Native/Cob/Traditional Horse of the Year sponsored by CHAPS (UK)

The definition of a coloured horse is one that is black and white (piebald) or white and any other colours e.g. bay, roan, grey, chestnut etc (skewbald). All horses must have a minimum six inch diameter patch of naturally occurring white, which must be on the body above the level of the stifle and elbow, any white markings below this do not qualify.

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