V - Cinnamon tan (ci/t)

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"Eye black. The cinnamon shall be a rich golden tan, lustrous in colour and level throughout top, with rich brown ticking clearly defined. No black ticking. The tan belly shall be a rich golden orange hue, as rich as possible and there should be a clear line of demarcation between top colour and tan running in a straight line along flanks, chest and jaws. There should be no brindling or guard hairs. Colour of feet should be inside tan, the remainder of foot the same as top colour. Wholly tan feet considered a greater fault than feet all same colour as top."

Breeding information below the pictures.

Cinnamon tan

Cinnamon tan with nice red shade, the ticking could be more even. The tan should be redder with a sharper demarcation line. Feet, ears and tail have good pigmentation.

SHS cinnamon tan doe Evening Star's Primrose
b. & o: Carita Gunnar
pic: Arttu Väisälä

Cinnamon tan

Somewhat too dark cinnamon tan.

SH cinnamon tan doe Rapunzel's Signs And Wonders
b, o. & pic: Anniina Tuura

Cinnamon tan

SHS Cinnamon tan doe Rapunzel's The Unnatural
b, o. & pic: Anniina Tuura

Note: This article is old and waiting to be rewritten.

Quick Look

In my opinion cinnamon tans aren't as popular as they should be. The variety has the potential of fiery belly colour and is beautiful.

Mating cinnamon to chocolate tan can produce agouti tans quite easily. The top colour needs to be improved after the original mating. Cinnamon tan can be used with breeding Reds. cinnamon is a usable outcross.