The edible nut of a forest tree (Castanea vesce) of Europe and America. Commonly two or more of the nuts grow in a prickly bur.
A bright brown color, like that of the nut.
The horse chestnut (often so used in England).
One of the round, or oval, horny plates on the inner sides of the legs of the horse, and allied animals.
Of or pertaining of a chestnut; of a reddish brown color; as, chestnut curls.
Usually used to describe Irish Setters and Pharaoh Hounds, the color may be described as deep, heavily saturated, reddish brown (like the nut of the same name). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
Body color dark red or brownish-red; mane and tail usually dark red or brownish-red but may be flaxen.
gingery, red horse colour
A brownish-yellow coat colour. Mane/tail are usually the same colour as the coat. Other term: the little oval of hard, rough skin found mid-way up the inside of all 4 of the horses legs.
wood of any of various chestnut trees of the genus Castanea
any of several attractive deciduous trees yellow-brown in autumn; yield a hard wood and edible nuts in a prickly bur
a small horny callus on the inner surface of a horse's leg
a dark golden-brown or reddish-brown horse
used of hair; of a golden brown to reddish brown color; "a chestnut horse"; "chestnut hair"
Refers to both light brown color of a horse; horny growth inside and above each knee, inside kneeand below the hock
Horny, oval-shaped area on the inside of the forelegs and hocks
Brown or tan horse with a brown mane and tail; horn-like growth on the inside of horse's legs.
Yellow-red, red-yellow to golden yellow horse with red main and tail.
Horny growth on the inside of the front leg above the knee and below the hock; also a reddish-brown color
1) A horse color which may vary from a red-yellow to golden-yellow. The mane, tail and legs are usually variations of coat color, except where white markings are present. 2) Horny, irregular growths found on the inside of the legs. On the forelegs, they are just above the knees. On the hind legs, they are just below the hocks. No two horses have been found to have the same chestnuts and so they may be used for identification. Also called "night eyes."
Castanea Pine Pinus
The edible fruit of the sweet chestnut tree "Castanea sativa", a native of southern Europe. They have a hard woody skin and a cream colored interior containing more starch and less protein and fat than most nuts.
(Europe) Several types--varies from white through to light brown. Horse Chestnut is often used for white banding strips. Width 6-12 inches.
a horse with a reddish-brown coat color, also known as a sorrel
A color ranging from light gold to deep red. Also, a small, horny growth on the inside of a horse's front legs.
The nut of the sweet chestnut tree (Castanea sativa); edible when cooked, it has a dark brown outer shell, a bitter inner skin, a high starch content and is used in savory and sweet dishes.
The entire coat of the horse may vary from a red-yellow to a golden-yellow. The mane, tail and legs are usually variations of coat color, unless white markings are present.
(i) The small rubbery protrusion on the inside of all four legs. (ii) Reddish-brown coat color (also see Sorrel).
The colour of the body coat and limbs may vary from a light washy yellow, through golden and reddish shades to a dark liver. The mane and tail may be darker or lighter than the body coat, while the lighter coloured chestnuts can have a flaxen mane and tail.
This nut of the chestnut tree was once abundant in America, but most were killed by a fungus at the turn of the century. The many varieties of chestnuts can be boiled, candied, dried, preserved, pureed, roasted, or ground into flour.
A color type where the horse has reddish brown body, mane and tail.
A reddish-brown colored horse. Mane and tail may be a different shade but not black.
Varies from light yellow to dark liver color. A chestnut never has black points, mane or tail.
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The entire coat of the horse may vary from a red-yellow to a reddish-brown. The mane, tail, and legs are usually the same color as the coat; however, white markings may be present.
Indian red also known as chestnut, is a brownish shade of red. It is named after a special soil found in India. It is thus an earth tone as well as a red.
Chestnut is a color of horse, consisting of a red or brownish coat, with a mane and tail the same or lighter in color than the coat.