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        01-07-2008, 03:28 PM
      #11
    Yearling
    Interesting, I have never heard of the breed. But they are very nice arnt they!
         
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        01-07-2008, 03:32 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    That is funny Jazzyrider, That is the same horse I had dragged a photo of onto my desktop to post, but never could get the uploader working yesterday.

    I wonder if this breed will increase in population/popularity?? It seems very hard to produce qualifying horses.

    One thing that was a little iffy on the pintabian registry that I saw was that they were encouraging breeding of pintabians to any grade horse as well. I am not sure what that will accomplish, and it seems to contradict the strict requirements that need to be met to actually make a pintabian.

    I would love to own a pintabian :) Maybe one day...As it is my stallion is a paint and the others are quarter horses - I can't see adding another horse to my collection :)

    Seeing the pintabian has made me want to leave my stallion open to breed arabians this year when I open him for breeding (Otherwise I have restricted him to breeds that can be registered in APHA).
         
        01-07-2008, 06:49 PM
      #13
    Foal
    I don't really know anyone that calls them Pintabians, but pinto Half-Arabians are pretty common on the show circuit. Most of them are Saddlebred or Paint crosses. They're pretty cool...they definitely stand out in the show ring.
         
        01-07-2008, 10:50 PM
      #14
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by AKPaintLover
    That is funny Jazzyrider, That is the same horse I had dragged a photo of onto my desktop to post, but never could get the uploader working yesterday.

    I wonder if this breed will increase in population/popularity?? It seems very hard to produce qualifying horses.

    One thing that was a little iffy on the pintabian registry that I saw was that they were encouraging breeding of pintabians to any grade horse as well. I am not sure what that will accomplish, and it seems to contradict the strict requirements that need to be met to actually make a pintabian.

    I would love to own a pintabian :) Maybe one day...As it is my stallion is a paint and the others are quarter horses - I can't see adding another horse to my collection :)

    Seeing the pintabian has made me want to leave my stallion open to breed arabians this year when I open him for breeding (Otherwise I have restricted him to breeds that can be registered in apha).
    lol its definitely a beautiful horse that's for sure
         

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