Of course their are still double registered horses. I wasn't saying there weren't and/or that wouldn't continue to be-- Re-Read my initial post on the subject--
>>>> Purebred Quarter Horses or Thoroughbreds are welcomed into the APHA registry as long as the horses have enough white to meet minimum color requirements.
>>>>>Not anymore. The APHA passed a "one Paint parent" rules which means unless that registered TB or registered QH already had a double-registered (with APHA) parent, they cannot be APHA registered.
As others have further clarified, if the TB or QH parent was double registered before the rule change, then further QH or TB offspring can keep getting APHA papers-- however no more "new" strictly QH or TB registered horses are being accepted, regardless of color.