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post #11 of 84 Old 04-06-2011, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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I read that clones can be registered on Larry Trocha Training.

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What about the awful buckskin/palomino/grullo/etc. color breeders in AQHA?

The "pinto" genes are and always have been in the breed, even among the founding stallions and mares. While spots aren't a "desireable" QH trait, they aren't an uncommon one, and they should be accepted....just as "albinos" (cremellos) were eventually accepted once people lost their ignorance of color inheritance.
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Most QH breeders would probably consider being sent to the APHA as punishment. If you showed QHs and only QHs and your mare produced a heavy Splash foal that was sent to the APHA, you'd have to do a lot of switching in your showing.

The AQHA just kind of sucked with colours until recently when double dilutes and horses with white patterns were accepted. Like bay roans were always registered as red roan until not all that long ago.

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Most QH breeders would probably consider being sent to the APHA as punishment. If you showed QHs and only QHs and your mare produced a heavy Splash foal that was sent to the APHA, you'd have to do a lot of switching in your showing.
Why? I have never understood the two registries much. They are both blood registries so honestly I don't quite understand why color has to do with the registration. I say this because QT is carrying the tobiano gene I know this and so does APHA but she is only registered as a solid breeding stock which makes me mad because I have a good chance of getting a tobiano out of her when we breed her.

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Eleven lines of type up from the bottom.....

And this is just my opinion. I liked the don't reigster clones, or crop outs rules.

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Because AQHA breed shows have more money and are more popular, and showing is breed/color specific, and so on.

That's why QH breeders used to knock excess white foals on the head at birth, and why you find SPB's in the kill pen at greater percentages than colored Paints...

How do you know your mare carries tobiano.
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In the link, he's saying you can MAKE clones, not register them. At this time, AQHA still does not allow for the registration of clones, although many people are pushing for it.
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Why? I have never understood the two registries much. They are both blood registries so honestly I don't quite understand why color has to do with the registration. I say this because QT is carrying the tobiano gene I know this and so does APHA but she is only registered as a solid breeding stock which makes me mad because I have a good chance of getting a tobiano out of her when we breed her.

You're wanting to register QT with the AQHA per the following quote correct?

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I am in the process of getting PT's papers so that QT can be dual registered.


Well that isn't possible unless all the horses in QT's pedigree are AQHA eligible. Since she is apparently a tobiano carrier (per you) she is not eligible for AQHA papers in any way, shape or form as there is obviously tobiano in her history. There never has been nor will be tobiano in AQHA horses.
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Read the accompanying line above it for greater unerstanding of the context.....

To make matters worse, the AQHA has relaxed it's registration policy to the point of being ridiculous.
I'm talking about MULTIPLE embryo transfers, excessive WHITE and the "now accessible if you have enough money" CLONES.

Without the previous sentence the anchor the meaning, the second sentence in this quote does not make sense....... reading for context.

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