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    09-30-2008, 02:00 PM
  #21
Weanling
Have you thought about using a perlino?

The horse pictured is listed as a perlino. AQHA name: Two Eyed Snowbuck. He is located in McGregor, TX

He is a 3/4 brother to my buckskin mare, out of the same sire.



     
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    10-06-2008, 07:03 PM
  #22
Foal
Skips Misty Cloud

This is the stud my colt is out of. I don't know what you are planing on doing with the foal so maybe he wont work in your program.
     
    10-13-2008, 07:40 AM
  #23
Foal
I have studied lethal white foal in paints being as I own a paint mare, and have also encountered Lethal White Foal Syndrome. LWFS comes from the crossing of two overos, it is not exclusive to frame overos. Overo is a recessive gene, and when you cross two overos you run the risk of havig a foal with LWFS. It got the name Lethal White Foal because the foals are actually born with very little to no color, or white. They are born without the ability to digest, therefore they literally starve to death if not put down.

You can cross two tobianos, a tobiano and an overo, or an overo with a non-paint horse and you will be fine.
     
    10-13-2008, 01:34 PM
  #24
Green Broke
Quote:
Originally Posted by Velvetgrace    
Have you thought about using a perlino?

The horse pictured is listed as a perlino. AQHA name: Two Eyed Snowbuck. He is located in McGregor, TX

He is a 3/4 brother to my buckskin mare, out of the same sire.



Quote:

Skips Misty Cloud

This is the stud my colt is out of. I don't know what you are planing on doing with the foal so maybe he wont work in your program.
these two studs look like the same horse...?
     
    10-13-2008, 09:20 PM
  #25
Foal
Cloud seems to have a whiter mane and tail than the other horse. And their manes lay on different sides. To be a cremello, they are so light, do many of them look all that different? I have not seen that many so....I don't know
     
    10-29-2008, 05:48 PM
  #26
Trained
Only breeding to a certain breed makes sense, colour not so much...
I know a few breeders who have standard colour horses (Bay, Brown, Grey, etc) who will not breed to any coloured horses because they thing that judges are predjuidce against them in the show ring and only want to turn out top quality foals. I agree with only turning out top-quality foals, but that seems a bit odd to me. I hope you find a good answer, I don't know too much about cremellos and breeding them or about LWS .. I suck.
     
    10-31-2008, 02:14 AM
  #27
Yearling
I have no idea what breed type you are looking for, but I did some checking and found a couple of QHs that I liked Both ship semen.

Palomino, Dun and Buckskin Producer

DOCS WHITE HOT GUN AQHA Cremello Quarter Horse Stallion FOR SALE standing stud Texas


And I found a neat little calculator to play with (yes, I'm easily entertained):
Color Calculator

At any rate - Good luck!
     
    10-31-2008, 12:49 PM
  #28
Foal
Horse Testing - Equine Genetic Testing

Here is a site that may be of some help?
     
    11-02-2008, 01:16 PM
  #29
Showing
I don't have an answer either. A old friend of mine who now competes in the states, had a Palomino (full warmblood) who should have been registered but because of his color, she wasn't even allowed to register him (he wasn't a stud either). For some reason it's to be an impurity and they want to keep those horses out of the registry??
     
    11-06-2008, 09:23 AM
  #30
Foal
One other reason for not breeding double-dilute to single-dilute is also the fact that they may be allowing or providing future competition with respect to horse breeding.
If you breed, for example, a WB palomino mare to a WB cremello stud you will either get a palomino or a cremello warmblood foal and if it is a colt it will be direct competition for its sire in the future.

As mentioned at the very beginning of this topic quality cremello warmblood studs are very difficult to find and even more so if you want them fully approved and not just 'listed' or 'licensed' with an approved Register or Studbook.
If memory serves me there are actually only 4 fully WB registered and approved Book I cremello's, 2 WB reg + approved Book II, 2 WB reg + approved in Book I Colour Registers, 1 WB reg + approved in Book I Sport Register. Then you have the so-called 'graded', 'listed' and 'licensed' stallions.
     

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