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POINTS
 

Hood/Top 20

Mane 15

Chain 20

Body 5

Carriage 15

Colour 15

Markings 7

 

 

Hood/Top: (20 pts.) Long, coming well forward, thick and even at the edge, fitting as close to the head as possible, forming the hood's portion of the top feather. 
 

 
Mane: (15 pts.)  Long and smooth, thick from side to side.  Starting at a point which will make the lower part distinctly the shortest, then rising solidly and curving out as it rises in an unbroken sweep as high above the head as possible, forming the mane's share of the top feather and blending into the hood, the top of the mane behind the hood showing a marked backward extension and fullness of outline. 
 

 
Chain: (20 pts.) Long, smooth, balancing the mane.   High and toppy, with pronounced forward extension in front of the hood, matching the outline of upper mane and forming the chain's contribution to the top feather.   Curving downward, the 2 sides meet in perfect alignment, the lower part tapering in and balancing the whipped-in effect of lower mane.  Even at the bottom, not too far down the breast, but far enough to leave a finished effect. 
 

 
Body: (5 pts.) Strictly slender, stressing slimness at the shoulders.  Long and shapely, tapering gradually to the tail, with slightly hollowed back.  Neck of good length.  Flights long and carried above the tail.  Legs of medium length. 
 

 
Carriage: (15 pts.) Very upright and showy.  The bird should be an ever-ready shower and stretcher, thus showing the feather formation to its fullest advantage.
 

 
Markings: (7 pts.) The head White, from a line just below the eye.  Beak, White or flesh colour in all colours.  Rose, White in Reds and Yellows and to be clearly defined and consistent with the profile in outline.  Rump and tail, White.  As near 10 x 10 White flights as possible.  Allowing for exceptions such as Whites, Bars on Blues and Silvers, etc., the remainder is to be 1 solid colour, including all plumage on the thighs and on the under parts of the body. 
 

 
Eye:  Eyes to be pearl or white, with small pupils.  A single bull eye to be penalized 1 point.
 

 
Colour: (15 pts.) Rich, sound and lustrous, even throughout, with the luster especially brilliant on the hood, mane and chain. 
 

 
Colour Classes
 

 
Black:- Intense, glistening black, showing a green metallic luster free from purple.  Not showing any trace of red or fading in or under feathers.
 

 
Brown :- An even shade of chocolate or cocoa. It is about midway between dun and silver, but possesses a chocolate or cocoa tinge not occuring in either of those colours. The deeper and more intense is preffered.
 

 
Red:-  Gleaming ruby red, with a rich copper sheen free from green.
 

 
Yellow:- Rich, golden yellow with a pink luster free from green.
 

 
White: - To possess a satin-like, silvery appearance.
 

 
Almond: - Any pigment, T-pattern, almond factor. Almond is a modifying factor that, when introduced, causes various flecks of colour to appear on the feather of the bird, the base colour to strieve for is a rich yellow-brown or almond colour. The flecks vary in size, but should be even distribution. There must be at least three colours pronounced on the neck and wing,  if on every feather, so much the better. The even distibution of the three colours on the bird is called a break. Perfection would be the same amount of break on each feather. The more the break and the better distribution, the better colour of the almond.
 

 
Blue:- Bright, clear and rich, with broad, well defined black bars and green metallic luster.
 

 
Silver: - Very light and silvery, with broad well defined bars as black as possible, green metallic luster.
 

 
Khaki - A very light khaki, very pale having a somewhat yellowish tinge. Should be even throughout.
 

 
Indigo - Any pigment - intense or dilute - any pattern - indigo factor. It is a pattern and not a colour as it has been seen in many varitions such as bronze and sulfur. Indigo are dark chestnut. Pure indigo in general considered not as attractive. The best known varity of indigo is Spread Indigo on a black colour called Andalusian.
 

 
Kite - Bronze pigment - intense - T pattern or dark checkered. Kites are genetically dark checkered with a trait for a rich bronze which can be seen at the breast, in the wings, shows best on unfolded wing and in the inner webs of the secondary flight feathers. The classical almond is the expression of almond on kite base. The general appearance of the kite is blackish, but a tinge of bronze is often found throughout the plumage.
 

 
Opal - Any pigment - intense or dilute - any pattern. The opal differs from other standard colour classes in wing pattern colouration. All body wing pattern colouration is to be an off white.Mealy - Body and wing colour a clear lavendar-gray shading to a rich claret-red on the hood chain and mane. The bars to be a clear claret-red.
 

 
Cream - The body and wing colour a sift cream gray shading to a rich golden cream on the hood, chain and mane showing as little flecking as possible.
 

 
Andalusian - Blue pigment - intense - spread and indgo factor. The body is an even shade of midnight blue shading . The wing is a bit lighter with dark blue edging on each feather. The indigo factor may be applied to any standard colours, but only the black indigo described here is be known as andalusian.
 

 
Mealy:-  Bright,clear,rich and silvery ash-red, with broad well defined chestnut bars and red metallic lustre.
 

 
Cream:- Bright, clear, rich and creamy ash-yellow, with broad well defined golden yellow bars and pink metallic lustre
 

 
Splash:-  Half white, half colour, in an evenly distributed pattern, conforming to the appropriate colour requirements above.
 

 

 

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