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    03-05-2010, 11:56 PM
  #31
Trained
You obviously picked the only 8 horses that look alike in both breeds.
     
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    03-06-2010, 12:06 AM
  #32
Weanling
>>>> You obviously picked the only 8 horses that look alike in both breeds.

You notice it took me weeks and weeks to search em out and match em up too eh?
     
    03-06-2010, 12:16 AM
  #33
Trained
You msut keep people on staff to do this type of thing.
     
    03-06-2010, 12:16 AM
  #34
Weanling
Thank you very much eastowest, for decoding the pedigree a bit for me. I didn't mean to start a debate or drag up an old argument. Just genuinely confused. I'll just call her half-Arab, half Quaint now, lol. Oh and I am also changing Seriously Secure's name to Seriously on Steroids, but in my OP, this is the build I see in alot of the QH's I board with, so you can see why I have a hard time believing she resembles anything like that.

Oh, and since you have been so helpful, will I be able to tell if she is of Polish, Crabbit...etc descent from looking at the pedigree?
     
    03-06-2010, 12:27 AM
  #35
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Originally Posted by Eastowest    
>>>> You obviously picked the only 8 horses that look alike in both breeds.

You notice it took me weeks and weeks to search em out and match em up too eh?
And none of these individuals possess both APHA and AQHA individuals in the first three generations?

It's also quite evident that horses competing in the same event should structurally lookalike to excel in said discipline at a high level regardless of breed. Otherwise, they wouldn't excel in that discipline.
     
    03-06-2010, 12:30 AM
  #36
Weanling
I don't want to catch any flack for saying this, but I do notice a slight ALBEIT slight difference between the two breeds. Some paints have a tendency to look a little thinned out, possess some TB looking qualities or something. I may not know what I am talking about, but it stands out to me in some of the photos.
     
    03-06-2010, 12:55 AM
  #37
Trained
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Originally Posted by Mercedes    

It's also quite evident that horses competing in the same event should structurally lookalike to excel in said discipline at a high level regardless of breed. Otherwise, they wouldn't excel in that discipline.

Didn't someone write something almost exactly like this on the first page? You just argue to argue don't you? I think you know you're wrong youare just too stubborn to admit it. I guess that is one of the things that make this forum interesting.
     
    03-06-2010, 02:08 AM
  #38
Green Broke
AHH, another Mercedes vs.----- debate! Sorry I missed this one!

Common sense says: The 2 "breeds" started form the same horses and one branched for color... they are outcrossed to the same breeds and "incrossed" to each other as well and their registry is almost interchangeable, same conformation, same temperament, same jobs, why? They are the same thing!! One has "painted" coloring one does not and sometimes *gasp* the "painted" ones that are bred to the other "painted" ones come out looking just exactly like any other quarter horse... And why is that kiddies, shall we say it again? They are the same thing!

Op, your mare is beautiful and quite the "quaint" looking little girl lol. Keep us updated on your research!
     
    03-06-2010, 08:12 AM
  #39
Weanling
>>>> And none of these individuals possess both APHA and AQHA individuals in the first three generations?

The AQHA horses don't have Paint ancestry unless it came from AQHA x AQHA cropouts.... And yes, the Paints have QH ancestry, as do most Paints, because QH crossing is allowed and practiced in the paint horse breed, as several of us have been saying .

>>>> It's also quite evident that horses competing in the same event should structurally lookalike to excel in said discipline at a high level regardless of breed. Otherwise, they wouldn't excel in that discipline.

These Paints are winning at the top levels AT PAINT SHOWS. Thas where they won all the listed awards-- not at all-breed competitions against QHs. The QHs shown are winning at AQHA shows. Both breeds have the same standards at their shows for what a Halter or Pleasure or Hunter Under Saddle performer should look/move like, so in both breeds, horses have developed to meet their BREED's standards for those events.

Seahorseys said---
>>>> I don't want to catch any flack for saying this, but I do notice a slight ALBEIT slight difference between the two breeds. Some paints have a tendency to look a little thinned out, possess some TB looking qualities or something. I may not know what I am talking about, but it stands out to me in some of the photos.

I agree that there are some individual differences, however to me the pictured 2006 winning Paint Halter horse is heavier muscled than the pictured 2006 winning QH Halter horse, and the pictured HUS QH looks more TB than the pictured Paint HUS horse, who to me has a slightly bigger hip, gaskin, and forearm... so I could argue seeing slightly more TB influence in the QHs in these two individual instances. I agree that the 2009 halter winning QH is heavier, and to me the WP horses are pretty close to tied. Structurally, angles wise, overall impression wise, the horses resemble each other quite a bit, and had I not been trying to match accomplishment to accomplishment and year to year, I could have hand picked horses that were built identically between the breeds, because there are so many to choose from that DO look even more alike-- I was just trying to be "fair", LOL.
     
    03-06-2010, 08:30 AM
  #40
Weanling
>>>>> Thank you very much eastowest, for decoding the pedigree a bit for me. I didn't mean to start a debate or drag up an old argument. Just genuinely confused. I'll just call her half-Arab, half Quaint now, lol.

I like Quaint, LOL. But seriously, she could be properly called (and registered, if you like) a 1/2 Arab Pinto.... because she has a purebred Arab parent, and the Paint parent gave her pinto coloring (FWIW, in my area many registered Paints are also double registered Pintos-- pretty much all Paints can be Pintos, but not all Pintos can be Paints, because of the more limited bloodline requirements of the Paints.)

>>>> Oh, and since you have been so helpful, will I be able to tell if she is of Polish, Crabbit...etc descent from looking at the pedigree?

Her dam is not "straight" anything, but with her dam's sire Chymahrus Hallany being Al Khamsa, Straight Egyptian, she (your mare's dam) could be called "Egyptian related". As for the rest of the pedigree-- Cognac was pure Polish. Khemosabi was a blend of Crabbet, Polish, Babson Egyptian, etc. I would call your mare's Arab side an Egyptian related/American Arabian blend.
     

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