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        04-25-2013, 11:49 PM
    Originally Posted by Southern Grace    

    According to that, I could cross my Shire mare, with an appy-colored Gypsy Vanner, and register it as a Sugarbrush draft??? That foal would be a Drum horse by type and breed, it wouldn't look anything like "O" or the basic idea I see of SBDH horses... .

    Your shire mare X Gypsy makes a Drum your right, not a Sugarbush.
    But bred your Shire mare X Sugarbush you get a sugarbush.
    And your foal would be labeled accordingly to the registry

    Like premium would be 100% sugarbush
    Your foal would be below that level & not full blooded SBDH.
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