The Laced Wyandotte Club

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Gold Laced

Male Plumage: Rich Golden-bay with black markings; Head: Golden-bay; Neck, Hackles and Saddle: Golden-bay with distinct black stripe down the centre of each feather (golden-bay at centre of black stripe is permissible), free from ticks, black outer edging, or black tips; Back and Shoulders: Golden-bay, free from black, or from deep maroon; Wings: Bows - rich golden bay; Wing coverts - evenly laced, forming at least two well-defined bars; Secondaries - black on inner and wide golden stripe on outer web, the edge laced with black; Primaries - black on inner web, and broadly laced gold on outer edge; Breast and Thighs: The web golden bay with well-defined black lacing, free from double or bay outer lacing, the markings regular from throat to back of thighs, showing green lustre; Undercolour:  Black or dark slate; Tail: Black, with green lustre; Fluff: Black or dark slate.


Female Plumage: Head, Neck and Hackle: As in the cock; Breast, back and thighs: Undercolour dark slate, web golden bay with regular, well defined black lacing, free from double or outer lacing and showing green lustre; Wings: Same as back on the broad portion; secondaries and primaries as in the cock; Tail: As in the cock; Fluff: As in the cock.