Is there a difference between a red chestnut horse and a cherry chestnut horse?


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2010-08-27 20:18:02
2010-08-27 20:18:02

Cherry Chestnut would be a lighter chestnut then the red chestnut but they both basicly are the same.


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The differences between a buckeye and a horse chestnut is the way that they look. Buckeyes are bumpier. Buckeyes are a milk chocolate color when they are ripe, while horse chestnuts are a chestnut brown.

Yes there is, a horse chestnut is somethin on the inside of their legs that when they where inside their mothers stomach they where connected, then when they where born the chestnut spit apart so they could walk. And a chestnut nut is something you eat.

Colt has no matter. A chestnut horse, has a chestnut colored body with the same colored mane. A bay horse, Has darker brown (bay) body with generally a black mane.

Aesculus hippocastanum the Horse Chestnut is native to the border area between Albania and Greece.

An Italian Chestnut, is a type of nut you eat. A horse chestnut is the scabby looking circular spot on the insides of both front and hind legs. This spot is believed to be where the horses of ancient times's third toe came from. I would not suggest eating a horse chestnut. :-)

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Assuming you are referring to the horse colors. Liver is a darker form of chestnut and therefore there is no 'cross' between them. The shade of chestnut inherited by a foal is purely genetic.

The black horse's genetics is either aaEe or aaEE. If the Black horse is aaEE the foal cannot be chestnut. If the black horse is aaEe there is a 50% chance of the foal being chestnut. The possible colors for any non chestnut foal will be based on the genetics of the chestnut horse at the Agouti site. if the chestnut horse is aa any non chestnut foal will be black if the chestnut horse is Aa there is a 50% chance of a bay foal and a 50% chance of a black foal. if the chestnut horse is AA any non-chestnut foal will be bay.

Horse chestnut, or chestnut horse translated to Hindi is ban khaur, or hars chesTanaT. It is the nutlike seed of a tree.

The difference between a horse is about three feet.

A horse chestnut is a deciduous tree. You can get more information about the horse chestnut at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Horse chestnut" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.

Chestnut is a color and doesn't mean anything really in regards to what a horse does or doesn't do. A chestnut colored horse can do anything a horse of any other color can do.

As all chestnut trees are, yes.

Horse Chestnuts or Aesculus Hippocastanum belong to the family Hippocastanum which means horse chestnut.

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a chestnut is a brown horse with a brown mane and tail amd can have markings on the face and legs

either a chestnut, or grey.. whatever is in the genes(dna)

Horse-chestnut leaf miner was created in 1986.

The difference between a male horse (stallion) and a gelding horse, is that a gelding horse is a male horse that has been fixed.

Chestnut - 29% Flaxen Chestnut - 15% Cherry Bay - 6% Flaxen Liver Chestnut - 2% Liver Chestnut - 21% Black - 3% Bay - 10% Dark Bay - 8% Light Grey - 1% Dapple Gray - 2% Dun - 3%

Well, the color Chestnut is called Chestnut because it looks like Chestnut wood.

The horse chestnut tree [Aesculus hippocastanum] originated on the borders between Greece and Albania. They along with other members of the family are hardy thro'out most Temperate regions.

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