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    03-10-2013, 06:43 PM
  #31
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I think people forget that cross breeds were the beginning of the purebred horses. All horses did not begin off as 'purebred' horses. The 'Quarter Horse' did not just appear out of thin air. Cross breeding had to happen for a new breed to be made. Blazers are a real horse, a real registry. Just because they are little known does not mean it is a scam. Granted, the Blazer breed has not been around long, and has not been refined completely because there are a lot of horses born that are 'blazers' that don't have the breed criteria, but that is just a matter of time.

I think everyone is jumping ahead of their selves.

Oh, and 'designer' dog breeds are real dog breeds that can be registered. Labradoodles and so on. They are not 'MUTTS', they are a designer breed.
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    03-10-2013, 06:53 PM
  #32
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Originally Posted by RiverBelle    
I think people forget that cross breeds were the beginning of the purebred horses. All horses did not begin off as 'purebred' horses. The 'Quarter Horse' did not just appear out of thin air. Cross breeding had to happen for a new breed to be made. Blazers are a real horse, a real registry. Just because they are little known does not mean it is a scam. Granted, the Blazer breed has not been around long, and has not been refined completely because there are a lot of horses born that are 'blazers' that don't have the breed criteria, but that is just a matter of time.

I think everyone is jumping ahead of their selves.

Oh, and 'designer' dog breeds are real dog breeds that can be registered. Labradoodles and so on. They are not 'MUTTS', they are a designer breed.
Nope....they are mutts.....if the poodle next door has at ravishing my lab....it's mutt puppies.....and even if it is a planned breeding....it's still a mutt litter as the end result. Nothing 'designer' about that.

There needs to be generations and generations of breeding to refine and define a 'breed'....
     
    03-10-2013, 07:28 PM
  #33
Yearling
They're all just mutt's...

We have a labradoodle, and she is the best dog ever. But she is a mutt, through and through. 3/4 poodle, 1/4 lab. I don't care that she is a mutt and I won't defend her and say she is her own "breed." Because she isn't.
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    03-10-2013, 07:33 PM
  #34
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Originally Posted by RiverBelle    
I think people forget that cross breeds were the beginning of the purebred horses. All horses did not begin off as 'purebred' horses.
Yes, I do agree. Plus, there is nothing wrong with cross breeds. Purebreds aren't any better. Like on Hidalgo - they threatened his horse and beat him up, as well as make fun of him because his horse wasn't a purebred. But he won the race.
BUT, that doesn't mean that cross breeds are any better either.

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Blazers are a real horse, a real registry. Just because they are little known does not mean it is a scam.
They are saying that it is basically a TB or QH. But Blazers are their own breed.

I just think this whole thing is a matter of opinion and people just don't want to believe that.


I just want to tell EVERYONE that I put this up for the people who asked for more information, NOT to criticize or anything like that.
     
    03-10-2013, 07:36 PM
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Oh, and 'designer' dog breeds are real dog breeds that can be registered. Labradoodles and so on. They are not 'MUTTS', they are a designer breed.
Nope they are mutts, there is no such thing as designer breeds. A goldendoodle is not a breed. It is a mutt. I understand that breeds do not just appear but until it can be registered or is known by the AKC, AFTER generations and genrations it is a mutt. Plain and simple. It took a german shep , Rottweiler, weimaraner, German pincher and a Manchester terrier to get a Doberman. It took precise breeding of all those breeds to have what we call the Doberman. Today you breed a Doberman to a Doberman. Not a german pincher to a german shep and throw in some weimaraner, to get a Doberman (you get it)

If they are going to make the goldendoodle a breed its going to take generations and generations. Right now it is a mutt


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There needs to be generations and generations of breeding to refine and define a 'breed'....
That is correct.. you can not just take any old golden retriever and a poodle and breed it and expect purebreds. They need to have generations and generations to make it a purebred. Maybe one day they will be but right now they are not. Designer breeds are not real, people think they are and that's how people make money off of them
     
    03-10-2013, 07:37 PM
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    03-10-2013, 08:23 PM
  #37
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I just want to tell EVERYONE that I put this up for the people who asked for more information, NOT to criticize or anything like that.
Well, I've asked twice for information, and you haven't answered yet. Once again - what outcrossing does the "registry" permit?
     
    03-10-2013, 08:30 PM
  #38
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- what outcrossing does the "registry" permit?
I am not entirely sure. The information I have does not say.

Sorry about not answering your question, I must have not seen it.
     
    03-10-2013, 08:37 PM
  #39
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Originally Posted by amberly    
Yes, I do agree. Plus, there is nothing wrong with cross breeds. Purebreds aren't any better. Like on Hidalgo - they threatened his horse and beat him up, as well as make fun of him because his horse wasn't a purebred. But he won the race.
BUT, that doesn't mean that cross breeds are any better either.
Hidalgo was:

1.) a movie
2.) Debunked

Run a mustang 100 miles against an endurance arab and see who wins.

Your point is obsolete.

I don't really have anything to say about the "Blazer" except that I agree with most others here.
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    03-10-2013, 08:39 PM
  #40
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Thanks.

Considering their registration guidelines don't appear to specify, one can only assume they permit outcrossing to anything as long as one parent is registered. With that in mind, the horse would not be a breed by any stretch of the imagination, any more than a palomino or buckskin is a breed in their respective registries. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with that, but unless they permit no or very imited outcrossing, they are not a breed. If they are trying to develop a new breed, that is OK, but they must have some stated master plan as to conformation and skills and abilities, and govern registrations accordingly...
     

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