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post #31 of 84 Old 04-06-2011, 12:31 PM
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They are not the same bloodlines though. The APHA was not started for crop out quarter horses. Yes they accepted them, but it was not formed for that reason. Tobiano is one of the main patterns. Tobiano has never been, nor will it ever be in AQHA horses.

It's also like saying that ApHC horses are exactly the same as AQHA or APHA horses. It is not true. Yes they share a lot of similar lines, but there are differences.
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Can you post the pedigrees of the horses you are hoping to get AQHA registered?

Ermines on the coronet can be indicative of tobiano....but they are found on many solid, non-pinto-gene-carrying horses as well.

I went directly to the AQHA site (and press conferences) and confirmed that they are not currently registering clones.
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Per what NDAppy is saying, until recently, you could register a pure Thoroughbred in the APHA. And now if you cross those real TB Paints to each other within the registry, you're still getting 100% TB's. You don't have that in AQHA.
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They are not the same bloodlines though. The APHA was not started for crop out quarter horses. Yes they accepted them, but it was not formed for that reason. Tobiano is one of the main patterns. Tobiano has never been, nor will it ever be in AQHA horses.

It's also like saying that ApHC horses are exactly the same as AQHA or APHA horses. It is not true. Yes they share a lot of similar lines, but there are differences.
Yes there are differences but they are just as good as QH's. I was so into QH's growing up I would never own a Paint but I am glad that I do. I get the best of both worlds really.

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Can you post the pedigrees of the horses you are hoping to get AQHA registered?

Ermines on the coronet can be indicative of tobiano....but they are found on many solid, non-pinto-gene-carrying horses as well.

I went directly to the AQHA site (and press conferences) and confirmed that they are not currently registering clones.
Link please for the AQHA not registering clones.

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Per what NDAppy is saying, until recently, you could register a pure Thoroughbred in the APHA. And now if you cross those real TB Paints to each other within the registry, you're still getting 100% TB's. You don't have that in AQHA.
ONE parent can be registered with the jockey club - not both.

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Paint is a breed, pinto is a color - both are registries. A horse can be double registered in both.
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mls - bubba means the TB's that are APHA registered being bred together... You have an APHA foal that is also fully TB/JC registered.
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Aren't some of TrueColour's TBs double registered JC/APHA?
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Proposed changes to the AQHA stud and registration polcies for 2011? - Yahoo! Answers

Here are the proposed changes.... read through it because the proposed change is that they allow clones to be registered for breeding purposes only.......

Other good things like not allowing a HERDA + stallion or an HYPP + stallion to breed.

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mls - bubba means the TB's that are APHA registered being bred together... You have an APHA foal that is also fully TB/JC registered.
No.

ONE parent - not both. ONE has to be registered with the APHA.
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