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        01-07-2007, 05:56 AM
    Sorry barnrat, not a clue, but here is a website of somebody I know. She breeds pintos, and her site has a lot of good info, about pinto, and different types of markings.
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        01-11-2007, 09:30 PM
    How hard is it to change the registration papers from breeding stock to regular paint. I found a stallion he is supposed to be a one of a kind.

    White coat, pink skin, blue eyes, and has double black gene! Which means he will NEVER throw a sorrel or a palimino ect. Only horses with black points of spots.

    BUT>>> I noticed he had black hair on the inside of his ears and a very small spot on his face.... I know that is has to be a 2inch spot to change his registration but what about the ears??? Does anyone know? THANKS
        01-11-2007, 10:02 PM
    Barnrat, they are called Walkaloosas.. LAME LOL! Seriously, they are called that. I saw it, and giggled at the creativity :) (at least that's what they are always listed for sale as.. I believe the Appy gaited horses are registered with the SSH registry though ^^)

    The 2 inch spot applied to anywhere on the body, but not the genital regions. If the marking falls on the face or legs a different set of rules apply. If there a spot anywhere on the body though, it MUST be two inches, and the skin underneith it must reflect the pigment of the hair (I.E... for the black spot, it must have black skin underneith, and for white spot, it must have pink skin)

    I hope that helps sweetie! Skip is a BSP, so we went through that whole shebang, lol. He has a leg marking that would just BARELY -MAYBE- classify him as a Paint.. :)
        01-11-2007, 11:10 PM
    I just noticed something skippy!!! Liberty (paint) looks a lot like my paint (Stormy) maybe they are long lost cousins :) lol

        01-11-2007, 11:14 PM
    Holy cow! I see the resemblance

    At our barn we have two lesson horses that look identical they are both flea bitten gray arabians with the same body build, and they are the same age, ironic huh....I will get pictures of them both....
        01-12-2007, 01:04 AM
    AWW! Stormy is SO cute!!! <3 she really reminds me of Skippy!'s sire <3 I have a pic of him somewhere XD
        01-12-2007, 01:07 AM
    She is so fun to hang out with! How long have you owned Skippy?
        01-12-2007, 03:01 AM
    For 9 years now <3 I've had him for the longest ^_^ He was my first pony <3<3
        11-01-2009, 03:38 PM
    Green Broke
    Paints don't have to be half Quarter Horse. Paints are desended from quarter horses, they were the colored horses that couldnt be registered with the AQHA. Now adays, if a horse is to be registered paint, at least one parent must be a paint, the other can be a thoroughbred or quarter, etc.
    Pinto's can be registered in the PTHA as long as they meet the white minimum and aren't a draft or a mule. Studs can only be registered if they are registered in a certian breed registry. Some horses that have paint parents can be registered even if they don't show paint markings.


    Paint: APHA.Com - The Breed

    Here is my paint:) He is registered APHA, and is a paint x quarter, but looks more thoroughbred.
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        11-01-2009, 03:52 PM
    Originally Posted by Gammelquarterhorses    
    I just noticed something skippy!!! Liberty (paint) looks a lot like my paint (Stormy) maybe they are long lost cousins :) lol

    Your horse looks like my Toby


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