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post #21 of 50 Old 10-12-2012, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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There should be pictures on the first page of this thread. I think this is the one. If not, ill find it and post a link. It's in the conformation section.
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post #22 of 50 Old 10-12-2012, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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DocBar Granddaughter Conformation Critique - Tear her apart - Photos

There's the link to some pictures.
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Every horse is worth 'something'.

Ultimately the price a buyer wants to fork over.
Yes? It does, but I wasn't commenting on other horses just this one. 'Something' as in worth more than a horse with Doc Bar on the back of the papers.
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That was how I took your post too BR23 :)
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KSL I saw on another thread where you said she could not be a solid bred paint as her dam was a QH but she is not and couldn't be as Bon Bon Bob came out of two registered APHA horses.
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KSL I saw on another thread where you said she could not be a solid bred paint as her dam was a QH but she is not and couldn't be as Bon Bon Bob came out of two registered APHA horses.
Her dam was a quarter horse registered as a paint.
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It doesn't matter.. If her dam was registered as a paint your mare can only be registered as a paint. The AQHA registry only accepts full QHs. I'd want a copy, at least a print off, of her dam's papers.

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It doesn't matter.. If her dam was registered as a paint your mare can only be registered as a paint. The AQHA registry only accepts full QHs. I'd want a copy, at least a print off, of her dam's papers.
I have a copy. Her mom was my horse for 15 years. I don't care what she is registered as. Calling her a Wuarter horse (because she predominantly is) is easier than saying "my quarter horse solid paint mix."
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Dam is not listed with the AQHA she is registered with the APHA as are many of her ancestors. Whether you like it or not this is a solid bred or breeding stock paint, however you want to call it. I can look up a lot on both sites but more on the AQHA. Her granddam, Martins Bandit is also a paint not a QH. Are you sure you have the right papers? If you do than you will need to register and refer to this mare as a SBP not a QH as she is clearly not a QH.
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I have a copy. Her mom was my horse for 15 years. I don't care what she is registered as. Calling her a Wuarter horse (because she predominantly is) is easier than saying "my quarter horse solid paint mix."
She is not a mix she is a paint. They can have QH lines. If you owned this mare for 15 years you had to own her at the time this foal was born. As her mom is a 93 model. Why did you not have the foal registered than? And can you scan a copy of the mares papers?
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