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Spotted Saddle Horse Registry-(I'm in LOVE with my new SSH, is yours just as sweet?)

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    06-13-2011, 04:14 PM
My two are so sweet! Must be an SSH thing :) He's a cutie!
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    06-13-2011, 06:24 PM
He is a silver dapple tobiano. The blaze indicates there is either sabino or frame in there too but most people would just call him tobiano. No idea about registration... it doesn't help that he came from a bad breeder.
    06-19-2011, 11:03 AM
There are a fair number of SSH's in the Mo-Kan area and I've never heard of anyone who didn't love them. Nothing but good to say about them - although in every breed there's probably a rotten apple or few to watch out for. By getting him young, and doing your own ground work, you can increase the odds of him growing up with a good work ethic and good manners.

I am not good with colors but would just add that as far as dapples go, don't underestimate the lovely dapples that can come with good nutrition. My B&W tobiano TWH mare has dapples...

As far as registry, check out the hardship registry rules for the SSH registry. You might have some luck with one TWH parent's papers. Also, there is another registry for pleasure/trail horses that are gaited. It's based on whatever parentage you know about, and a video proving that the animal is gaited - here's the link.

Have fun with him - he's beautiful!
    07-03-2011, 01:23 PM
Originally Posted by OnAWhimFarm    
I would say he is a chocolate. If he was a silver bay he would be a lighter color on his body, almost a chestnut type of color. Both of my chocolates are almost black bodied with a silver mane and tail.
I was going to suggest Chocolate as well.

In any case, he's beautiful. I have a SSH and I love him. He's a very solid, trustworthy guy. A little pushy on the ground, but that comes from his past. He was spoiled rotten. We're working on better ground manners (not mean, just doesn't respect your space at all on the ground).

I assume he's a gelding? Or will be if he's not now? If that's the case, what's the point in registering him? I mean to each his own, but frankly, I don't worry about the papers if they won't be bred. I can't ride papers :)

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