Picture of a Brindle Horse

Brindle Horses
(Donkeys and Mules too!)


This Month's Feature


This Month's feature is a table of reported Brindles. I still have some photos of possible brindles to scan and put up, but may not be able to complete them this month. The photos on the table, even though small, take a while to load because they are links to larger photos, and the larger photos are the ones that are being loaded. However, you can scroll down and read the table, and click on the unloaded photo box to jump to that larger picture if you wish. If it shows the photo as being not found, it is one of the photos I haven't completed yet.

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Update & Contact Information

Volume 2, number 5. Written information was last updated © June 1, 1998. We will update the written information approximately once a month - however, because Brindle Horses are so rare, we may not be able to update the photos in the slideshow that often. When returning to this site, remember to select the refresh or reload icon from your internet explorer tool bar at the top of the screen, so your screen will reload the latest information. The address of this web site is http://www.geocities.com/sbatteate

You may e-mail me at jsbatteate@aol.com Click here to e-mail me!

You may also contact me: (209) 477-1536, J. Sharon Batteate, PO Box 8535, Stockton, CA 95208 USA
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Unless otherwise noted, the articles on this site are by J. Sharon Batteate jsbatteate@aol.com The pictures and information on this site are for informational purposes, in order to educate people on the Brindle pattern. The pictures and information on this site are copyrighted. All rights reserved. No part may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright holders.