This breed is a medium size, vigorous and alert in appearance. Its’ colour is chamoisee.
Does may be black but chamoisee is preferred. Chamoisee is described as: Bay – ranging from light to a deep red bay with the latter most desirable.
Markings are to be: two black stripes from the base of each ear coming to a point just back of the poll and continuing along the neck and back as a dorsal stripe to the tail; a black lower chest with a mantle of black along the back. The face is straight. A Roman nose is faulted.
Erect ears. Colour must be Bay (ie. reddish brown or blood-bay ranging from light to deep red with the latter most desirable) with black markings such as facial stripes, forehead, dorsal stripe, martingale and belly: udder gray or black. (Black does permitted but will be identified with “black” as a suffix to their registered name).
Minimum Height at Withers and Minimum Weight
Doe 28″ / 71 cm. 120 lbs. /54.54 kg.
Buck 30″ / 76 cm. 150 lbs. / 68.18 kg.
*Large white spot in hair (more than 1 1/2″ in any direction)
*Any colour other than bay in bucks
*Any colour other than bay or black in does