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Barlnk Peaches N Cream

Carolyn Shepard wrote in her landmark "Barlink" article:

Barlnk Peachs N Cream appears to have two doses of the "Barlink factor," one from each of her Barlink parents. Her skin is diluted to near pink with darker freckling, which closely resembles champagne skin. Her hair coat appears single dilute, and is similar to a palomino or gold champagne. Both of her parents are chestnut, and likely each carry a single dose of the Barlink factor.
Owned (at that time) by Carol Schneider.

This was all confirmed by DNA testing later!


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