Appaloosa coat patterns, coat colour genetics and practical information for breeders of spotted horses - The Appaloosa Project Appaloosa coat patterns, coat colour genetics and practical information for breeders of spotted horses - The Appaloosa Project
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5 reasons why smart breeders won't miss the chance to join the Appaloosa Project

Reason One

Smart breeders know the Appaloosa Project is their key to consistently producing Appaloosas with the most marketable coat patterns.

Whether your market wants nose to toes leopards or blankets with peacock spots, you can't afford to be without the knowledge of how to maximize the odds of producing your most saleable coat patterns.

The Appaloosa Project shows you how.

Reason Two

Smart breeders know that by supporting genetic research they are helping to speed the process of developing DNA tests for the Lp (leopard complex) and PATN (Appaloosa patterning) genes.

The materials required for this type of research are expensive. 100% of your subscription to the Appaloosa Project educational site and/or electronic classrom goes towards the purchase of lab supplies and reagents needed to create these DNA tests.

Reason Three

Smart breeders know they'll get straight answers.

The Appaloosa Project is dedicated to unravelling the genetic truths that govern Appaloosa coat patterning. The information we provide is backed by research that meets the rigorous standards demanded by the scientific community and/or can be proven by DNA tests performed by recognised laboratories.

Reason Four

Breeders and enthusiasts can ask questions about their own horses and get answers from the actual researchers.

The Appaloosa Project provides members with a unique opportunity to obtain information first hand from its research team. If the co-ordinator and chief phenotype researcher for the Appaloosa Project is not the person who is best qualified to answer your question, you'll receive an answer from the person who is - including molecular biologists and veterinary ophthalmolgists.

Reason Five

Smart horse breeders of ALL kinds know they can benefit from new advances in the area of research the Appaloosa Project is involved.

Breeders and enthusiasts of horses with paint markings know that the Appaloosa Project is a key source of information. Whether you're after information on how to produce or prevent paint markings, you'll find it here.

Created on 02/24/2007 03:45 AM by adm1n
Updated on 04/05/2007 07:27 PM by adm1n
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