skewbald


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skewbald

a horse coat color of mostly white with some large, irregular patches of any other color than black.
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The 27-year-old primary school teacher (pictured) won the closing competition in a series based around amateur riders on her seven-year-old skewbald Croft Farm Percy.
Last year Modern Society raised eyebrows, scratched heads and provoked a storm of tut-tuts (I'm speculating) by appearing wearing skewbald colours.
Topping the Welsh Part-breds at PS3,000 was the skewbald, six-yearold gelding Doylan Honey Gift, from Miss Howarth of Appleby.
Mum-of-three Michelle, 43, who chairs North East Wales Bridleways Association, said Welsh section A pony Ruby was proving a doting mum to the tricolour or skewbald bay and white colt.
Now word reaches me from Killarney, Co Kerry, where "Jarveys", those legendary carriage-drivers whose piebald and skewbald horses delight tourists, are in revolt on a similar matter.
When Freud was finishing Skewbald Mare (2004), the back end of the same horse as Mare Eating Hay, I showed him a photograph of Caravaggio's Conversion of St Paul.
STEPHANIE CHARLEY from Fillongley competed in the biggest showjumping competition in Britain on skewbald stallion Spider V and her hopes of a title came down to the final fence.
I recall some 30 or more years ago when a skewbald stallion broke into a field in St Fagans where the local riding school horses grazed.
Tiggy heard about Scotch from an RSPCA inspector who knew that she had been looking for a very special skewbald miniature Shetland to join her carriage driving team.
Foals 320gns to J D Evans, Llangeitho for a Sec D colt; 210gns to D J Harries, Llandeilo for a miniature Shetland filly; 220gns to E Evans, Harford for a bay filly; 270gns to Lyndell Stud, Llandysul for a pb filly; 280gns to D Lloyd, Farmers for a skewbald filly; 280gns to H Thomas, New Inn for a spotted filly; 250gns to D J Harries, Llandeilo for a skewbald filly; 210gns to E Hopkins, Lampeter for a coloured filly; 200gns to G T Jones, Aberhosan for a Sec D filly; Others to 190gns.
Skewbald pony Murphy 1 didn't let the side down, as generous donations following an appeal enabled him to have a new tail extension to enhance his looks.
The foal, a skewbald colt, was born on the farm to Lovely Leitrim, who was almost 20 years old.