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post #11 of 110 Old 03-10-2013, 02:53 PM
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may I ask how much you got your horses for, Casey02??
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post #12 of 110 Old 03-10-2013, 03:13 PM
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I meant like the registration thing, like mentioned it looks like a quarter horse haha
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Well, it does have QH in them. Haha! That's probly the reason why.

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No, they just look like QHs.. They don't look any more unique than the average Quarter Horse. And since there is apparently very little breeding regulations, they're probably most likely QH crosses..
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post #15 of 110 Old 03-10-2013, 03:46 PM
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they're probably most likely QH crosses..
They are their own breed. The most likely reason they look like QH's is because maybe that was the breed Neil Hinck started out with. Maybe it just got most of the looks form the QH. But it is a Blazer breed. lol
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Oh, yes! I actually I love cross breeds.
That is fine...so do I. The question at hand is what outside breeding is permitted - anything? Is a "registered" Blazer crossed with ANYTHING eligible for registration? To repeat, I see nothing on the registration that states what type of crosses are permitted.
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post #17 of 110 Old 03-10-2013, 03:49 PM
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It seems like just another one of those semi-legit registeries for grade horses to seem more special.....
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post #18 of 110 Old 03-10-2013, 03:52 PM
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I do not understand how anything can be a "breed" if you can cross it with anything. And if they do not want tall horses, then why start out with tall horses, such as TB and Saddlebred??

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I never said they weren't. I have a mustang, and that's about as grade as it gets. But a grade is a grade. They're not Blazer Horses, Walkaloosa's, Friesapintominishetlandstangs.
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I do not understand how anything can be a "breed" if you can cross it with anything.
It, of course, cannot be, which is why I am trying to find out what crosses are permitted.

To me this looks like a scam mostly to generate stallion fees for a handful of "breeders" with, amazingly enough, "registered" "Blazers", and pay some family salaries out of the registration fees. That's just my first reaction, though...perhaps there is more to it than I can see on the surface...
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