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post #21 of 79 Old 12-12-2007, 06:38 PM
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that was going to be my next point Paint Aqha there are plenty of shows the APHA offer for our breeding stocks.

so you still get APHA points, so what i am wondering why are you complaining about shows?--and if not shows what exactly are you complaining about?
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post #22 of 79 Old 12-12-2007, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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im talking about the proporties of paints
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ok, so then my next question to you is, what exactly defines a paint, if not its color?
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What I'm getting from this is that her horse DOES have color. It obviously can't be registered anywhere besides the APHA because it DOES have color.

Just because the pattern is not obvious doesn't mean that its not a paint. Heres one of Dude, Dude is a PAINT HORSE at our barn. Look at him, does he look like a paint to you? oh crap! I'm on the wrong computer. I'll get it later.
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post #25 of 79 Old 12-12-2007, 08:13 PM
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i tend to agree with Tessa Bear here. A Paint horse is a breed that is defined by it's color! It is irrelivant if the horse has a quarter sized spot on its side or is a medicine hat - the fact is that QUALIFING color is just that.

If you have a problem with the amount of classes that are on offer to your horse - move over here to the Land Of Oz. We have lots of paint bred classes, pleasure, hunter, trail, riening, halter for all age groups........ we would love to have you :P :P

On the eigth day God created the Quarter Horse..... on the ninth day, he painted the best ones........
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I know, becuase I have a Solid-bred Paint and she is wonderful. She has a face marking that looks really neat too so that might be a paint horse charictaristic. But she isn't allowed to compete in some of the apha Paint horse shows becuase she isn't Overo, Tabiano, or Tovero. It's sad how they exclude the horses if they do not have a pattern.
All of the shows in my area offer FREE classes to SBP at the APHA shows. Plus you can show at any open show and go for PAC points, which are almost the same as regular Paint show points. The NSBA and NRHA offer a lot of classes for any color horse, regardless of breed (stock type). No one is excluding the solid paint horses. There are plenty of opportunities for everyone!

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ok, so then my next question to you is, what exactly defines a paint, if not its color?
Ok,
a Paint may have color but there are alot of other things your confusing it with pinto and pinto classifis there horses ONLY on color. Paints are based on skeletal structure, soundness of hooves, smaller hooves, faint dorsal stripes, 'cloud' eyes, long legs, smaller heads, stronger cannon bones, and color if any. 8)
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ok, so then my next question to you is, what exactly defines a paint, if not its color?
Ok,
a Paint may have color but there are alot of other things your confusing it with pinto and pinto classifis there horses ONLY on color. Paints are based on skeletal structure, soundness of hooves, smaller hooves, faint dorsal stripes, 'cloud' eyes, long legs, smaller heads, stronger cannon bones, and color if any. 8)
Nope sorry - wrong answer. .... Paint is a breed, could look like a pack horse for all the APHA cares as long as it is out of APHA or AQHA or stud book TB parents

Not sure what rule book you have been reading but dorsal stipes and cloud eyes are not something that is a requirement of a paint horse.

I am not trying to be nasty but you are not really right with what you are trying to say

Like i said before - COME TO AUSTRALIA WITH YOUR PONY - we love breeding stocks over here :P

On the eigth day God created the Quarter Horse..... on the ninth day, he painted the best ones........
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A paint horse must have 1 paint parent to register APHA.
AQHA does not recognize them and will not register them even if 1 parent is AQHA.
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that is not quite right with 1 parent having to be APHA for reg registry. What about crop outs and TB's with excess white..... eg. Multiple world champion APHA & AQHA One cool Hint. She is full QH and is regular registry. OR TB See Me Comin..........

You are right that it doesn't work the other way though..... QH does not take solid paints..... :roll:

On the eigth day God created the Quarter Horse..... on the ninth day, he painted the best ones........
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