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[ INDEX ] Equine Type: Horse Breed: Mismarked Cleveland Bay (Mismarked Cleveland)   [ PREV ] [ NEXT ]
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Sepia Brown Coat (left view)
Sepia Brown Coat (left view)
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Blood Bay Coat (normal view)
Blood Bay Coat (normal view)

Mismarked Cleveland Bay Sepia Brown Coat (front view)
Sepia Brown Coat (front view)
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Chocolate Brown Coat (right view)
Chocolate Brown Coat (right view)

A Mismarked Cleveland Bay is any Cleveland Bay horse who has a bay coat and white markings that are outside of the Cleveland Bay's breed standard.

What's a Mismarked Cleveland Bay?
The breed standard for Cleveland Bays requires that all registered horses won't have any white markings exceeding a small star. Unfortuantely, some Cleveland Bays are born with larger or different markings, such as large stars, snips, white stripes, and even socks.

Prior to 2005, these horses were banned from registration. However, in 2005, the Cleveland Bay Horse Society passed a rule that allows the registration of said horses in a special book for mismarked Cleveland Bays, and allowed breeders to use them as breeding stock.

Breeding rules:
Mismarked foals born to two Cleveland Bays are not eligible for registration in the main registry for Cleveland Bays, but they are eligible for registration in the Mismarked Division. They can also serve as breeding stock for Cleveland Bays by crossing them with either regular Cleveland Bays or chestnut Cleveland Bays (the latter is useful if you have a chestnut Cleveland Bay that lacks markings.)

That said, mismarked bay Cleveland Bays cannot be crossed with each other, because the resulting foal will always be a mismarked Cleveland Bay, thus defeating their purpose as breeding stock for proper Cleveland Bays.

Performance metrics:
The following are the: range, average, (SD), and MOE of performance metrics of ordered Mismarked Cleveland Bays in Horse Isle (not bred ones). In rare cases, horses might have metrics outside of the range. Breeders can produce horses that are beyond this range.

Note: these metrics are identical to those of the Cleveland Bay.

Speed: 15.7-16.8, 16.3 (0.2), 0.05.
Sprint: 58-70, 64 (2), 0.43.

Accel: 0.89-1.07, 0.96 (0.04), 0.01.
Decel: 1.03-1.16, 1.08 (0.03), 0.01.

Jump: 4.99-5.25, 5.12 (0.06), 0.01.
Pull: 3.27-3.95, 3.55 (0.14), 0.03.

Turning: 48.70-63.41, 55.58 (2.90), 0.57.
Reverse: 2.4-3.0, 2.7 (0.1), 0.03.

Stamina: 52.68-56.68, 54.57 (0.87), 0.17.
Reaction: 0.82-0.90, 0.86 (0.02), 0.00.

Coats & Height:
Colors & patterns: always dark-bay (termed 'brown' in Horse Isle) or regular bay. The coat is always solid and can be sooty.

Markings: white markings can exceed a small star, although horses will be penalized for having markings that are too loud (especially blazes and stockings.)

Breeding notes: crossing two regular bay horses bears a 25% chance of getting a chestnut foal (see 'Mismarked Cleveland Bay - Chestnut Division' for more info.)

Height: 16hh to 16.2hh.


(For more info see the 'Cleveland Bay' and the 'Mismarked Cleveland Bay.')
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Sooty Dark Brown Coat
Sooty Dark Brown Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Sooty Sepia Brown Coat
Sooty Sepia Brown Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Sepia Brown Coat
Sepia Brown Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Chocolate Brown Coat
Chocolate Brown Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Red Mahogany Bay2 Coat
Red Mahogany Bay2 Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Red Mahogany Bay Coat
Red Mahogany Bay Coat
Mismarked Cleveland Bay Bright Mahogany Bay Coat
Bright Mahogany Bay Coat


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