Horse version of ‘Who’s your daddy?’ answered

Common Y chromosome traced back 700 years to Arabian, Turkoman stallions

Lipizzan horse

DADDY ISSUE  Genetic analysis of Y chromosomes from modern stallions, such as this Lipizzan horse named Conversano Sessana, helped scientists trace the sires of all modern stallions back 700 years to Arabian and Turkoman stallions.

Spanische Hofreitschule Wien

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