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    12-09-2012, 05:52 PM
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Standard/average/horse sized usually fits my Paint mare fine. Although my QH is a cob, lol. Horses are all different, some have jug heads, some have dainty heads. But for the most part, they use the terms "average" and "standard" for a reason.

And to the person saying Paints come in all different breeds, that is incorrect. A Paint is a breed. Pinto is the color. To confuse you more, you can have a solid colored Paint, registered at breeding stock with APHA.
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    12-09-2012, 05:54 PM
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A paint horse is Basically a Quarter Horse with Color. So, Yes. They are Regular sized horses.
My Paint is more TB than QH. He's 16HH and has a somewhat large head but still fits a regular horse sized bridle. The only headgear he takes larger than average is a rope halter.
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    12-09-2012, 06:39 PM
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A twh would be a spotted horse.
Anything that is Not a Quarter horse, or TB is Not a paint. They would be Pintos.

The Headstall you want would be Standard Horse.
so whats a paint curly horse???
     
    12-09-2012, 06:52 PM
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so whats a paint curly horse???
Either a Paint/Curly cross, or some other cross that allowed for color. As far as I know, Curlies don't throw pintos, but I'm probably wrong.

Either way, a Paint is a breed. A registerable horse with Paint parents. You can breed a Paint to a QH or TB and still register the foal with APHA. But the breed is still a Paint.

Just because a horse has color doesn't make it a Paint. And just because you have a horse who looks like a QH with color doesn't make it a Paint.
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    12-09-2012, 07:25 PM
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There are indeed registered Pinto Curlies. As well as appaloosa patterns. They come in anything and everything color wise and body type wise.
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    12-09-2012, 08:30 PM
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There are indeed registered Pinto Curlies. As well as appaloosa patterns. They come in anything and everything color wise and body type wise.
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Good to know. Although it still means its a pinto, not a Paint. At least I'm right about that, lol.
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    12-10-2012, 11:19 PM
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so whats a paint curly horse???
A paint horse x curly horse?.. Not going to lie, I know nothing about the Curly Breed.. Well, I know they are hypoallergenic?
I don't think I have ever even seen one in person, come to think of it..

*Runs off to look up Curly horse Info*
     
    12-15-2012, 02:57 AM
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Id like to get one of these headstalls.
Flat Braid Headstalls by Sunset Halters
The sizes they have are:
Pony
Cob
Standard horse
Large horse
Warmblood

Which size should I choose?
This could be really off the wall here and totally a crazy idea.... but why not email the company and ask what the measurements are for those headstalls and then measure your horse to see which one would fit?
     

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