. The breeds of live-stock : by live-stock breeders . Livestock. Fig. 12. - Cleveland Bay stallion. action is not specially high, but it is the kind for getting; over the ground. In color he is bay — either light or dark — with black legs clear of hair; and black, zebra-like stripes on the arm and above the hocks are sometimes seen. These are known as the black points and are supposed to de- note special purity of breeding. White, save a small star or a few white hairs in the heel, is not admissible, a blaze or white foot proclaiming at once the admixture of foreign blood " ' (Figs. 12, 1

. The breeds of live-stock : by live-stock breeders . Livestock. Fig. 12. - Cleveland Bay stallion. action is not specially high, but it is the kind for getting; over the ground. In color he is bay — either light or dark — with black legs clear of hair; and black, zebra-like stripes on the arm and above the hocks are sometimes seen. These are known as the black points and are supposed to de- note special purity of breeding. White, save a small star or a few white hairs in the heel, is not admissible, a blaze or white foot proclaiming at once the admixture of foreign blood " ' (Figs. 12, 1 Stock Photo
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. The breeds of live-stock : by live-stock breeders . Livestock. Fig. 12. - Cleveland Bay stallion. action is not specially high, but it is the kind for getting; over the ground. In color he is bay — either light or dark — with black legs clear of hair; and black, zebra-like stripes on the arm and above the hocks are sometimes seen. These are known as the black points and are supposed to de- note special purity of breeding. White, save a small star or a few white hairs in the heel, is not admissible, a blaze or white foot proclaiming at once the admixture of foreign blood " ' (Figs. 12, 13). An early writer- makes the following comment on the old stamp of Cleveland Bay, just about the time the Thorough- bred was to be used most liberally : " Very many of the Cleve- land horses are disfig- ured by having large heads and Roman noses; and it is only when these parts are, to a certain extent, concealed by. Fig. 13. — Cleveland Bay mare. 1 Wallace, Farm Live Stock of Great Britain. '-John Burke, Royal Agricultural Society Report, Vol. V, 1844.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Gay, Carl Warren, 1877-. New York : Macmillan Co.

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