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post #11 of 17 Old 08-05-2012, 02:15 PM
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If he were a Paint, the OP would know, since he'd be registered. Paint is a breed. Obviously he's a pinto of some kind, since he's not registered as a Paint.

As I've said before, Paint is a breed of horse. Pinto is a colour description and can be anything or a description of a colour in several other breeds. For example, many Mini Horses are considered pinto, which means they are possibly black and white, bay and white, white and grey, frame etc. But they are NOT Paints - they are Miniatures.

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that's what we were guessing! Thanks for all the replies everyone :)
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post #13 of 17 Old 08-06-2012, 09:37 PM
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Tiny the APHA did not form until the mid 60's and they are mostly from QH stock. Outcrosses are allowed to TB and QH's only.
A paint is derived from the QH breed.
IMO the Paint and QH associations should merge. They are dealing with the same bloodlines and they share the same origions and history.
I can remember when a foal that was born a cropout or had too much white was given away or destroyed at birth by QH breeders.
Cremello and perlinos could not be registered as QH's. Shalom
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Tiny the APHA did not form until the mid 60's and they are mostly from QH stock. Outcrosses are allowed to TB and QH's only.
A paint is derived from the QH breed.
IMO the Paint and QH associations should merge. They are dealing with the same bloodlines and they share the same origions and history.
I can remember when a foal that was born a cropout or had too much white was given away or destroyed at birth by QH breeders.
Cremello and perlinos could not be registered as QH's. Shalom
AQHA does allow outcrops now. They have to come from at least one registered quarter horse parent if I remember correctly. Lots of paint horses are now duel registered with AQHA and APHA.
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post #15 of 17 Old 08-06-2012, 09:54 PM
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aren't Paint horses mainly quarter horse? Just pinto colored quarter horses? How far back did they branch off from qh?
This...depends on who you ask.
Paints came from QH's and were bred for colour, in my opinion. So I think of them as coloured quarter horses. I don't see paint as a breed anymore then I see Palomino or Duns a breed.
Others completely differ.

My sister does have several Sabino Quarter Horses that are registered with APHA, as well as several horses that are registered both AQHA and APHA.
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Cowgirl I am a member of the AQHA.
I think the rule changed about 12 years ago as it should have.
If the breed is going by bloodlines then all horses that are bred from those lines should have equal access to be registered.
I too think of the APHA as mainly a colour breed.
Especially the way solid foals are sold for far less money and do not have the same advantages as the spottedd ones. Shalom
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post #17 of 17 Old 08-31-2012, 12:51 AM
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I agree with everyone above
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