>>>>> 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.