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post #11 of 14 Old 06-19-2013, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Your miss coy cameo is a beautiful mare. I saw her in April. I was there when she was bred to Belau onyx. Small world, the lady you got her from is one of my best friends. Know her for over 20 years!

She is a fantastic little mare! However, she did not end up staying with us as I was looking for a horse for my daughter and the little mare needed a bit more work than I could put in to her. Wish I could have kept her though! If I had more room would have kept her as a pasture buddy. Kris was fantastic too!
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post #12 of 14 Old 06-19-2013, 10:36 PM
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Hello, what is HERDA? Thanks for all the info everyone!
HERDA stands for heredity equine regional dermal asthenia.

It basically is a gene that is commonly found in AQHA & APHA horses. When you come across a horse that affected with HERDA you'll notice that their skin doesn't seem to be attached to their body like it should. They get lacerations very easily, when the injury heals it looks very sloppy.

AQHA's youtube channel has a terrific video of HERDA if you want me to fetch it for you. Usually horses affected by HERDA don't live past the age of 4.

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post #13 of 14 Old 06-20-2013, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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HERDA stands for heredity equine regional dermal asthenia.

It basically is a gene that is commonly found in AQHA & APHA horses. When you come across a horse that affected with HERDA you'll notice that their skin doesn't seem to be attached to their body like it should. They get lacerations very easily, when the injury heals it looks very sloppy.

AQHA's youtube channel has a terrific video of HERDA if you want me to fetch it for you. Usually horses affected by HERDA don't live past the age of 4.

I think I remember reading about that somewhere. So even if she has no symptoms it could be in her genes and she could pass it on?
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Hello, what is HERDA? Thanks for all the info everyone!
Hereditary equine regional dermal asthenia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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