The Sullivan recessive beige was born on Lloyd Sullivan's ranch back in the 1960's. They have pink eyes and are known as a pink eyed recessive. They are a pale beige in color, can be mistaken for a regular hetero beige at times. They do not have the same orange oxidation as regular het beiges have as they grow older. When Lloyd got his violet herd, he did destroy 90 percent of the sullivan beiges in his posession. Today, they are a very rare mutation, being bred by experienced breeders and ranchers to try to improve their fur, as well as produce more of them. There are so few around at this time.