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post #11 of 21 Old 01-15-2013, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you, and I was just curious...
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post #12 of 21 Old 01-15-2013, 11:02 PM
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You don't have her papers so she's grade. I personally haven't figured out how to make papers force my horse to be any better. Hmmm tho I suppose you could roll em up and use em as a crop! Lmao! Id worry less about about who she IS and put that effort into what she can do. And just enjoy her.
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Nothing wrong with that! ^

I'm trying to figure out what strains of Arabian make up my gelding's bloodlines, he's definitely got SOME Crabbet but there might be something else [he is an Anglo so half TB, but I want to know about his Arab half]... no point in knowing, he's a gelding haha, but to just satisfy my own curiosity... unfortunately I can't find anyone who will help me figure it out.

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you will probably never know. The horse in the quarter registry is marked as Arab. I don't know how AUS quarter registry works, in teh AQHA the horse would not be eligible for registry as the sire is not registered or dna done.
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Nothing wrong with that! ^

I'm trying to figure out what strains of Arabian make up my gelding's bloodlines, he's definitely got SOME Crabbet but there might be something else [he is an Anglo so half TB, but I want to know about his Arab half]... no point in knowing, he's a gelding haha, but to just satisfy my own curiosity... unfortunately I can't find anyone who will help me figure it out.
Put him up on allbreedpedigree, if you have his papers, I'll try then
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post #16 of 21 Old 01-16-2013, 04:37 AM
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The stallion could be anything. Just because you were told he's a QH, doesn't mean he is. Although, judging by your filly I would bet he's at least half QH. But then again, I'm no expert on breeds.
Your filly is a grade. Regardless of whether or not her sire was QH's, she is not registered as such and therefor no way of REALLY ever knowing. Now, if he gets registered and you register her...then she'll technically be a QH and not a grade. Dumb, I know. But as stated before, unless you want to take her into AQHA shows, who cares! My filly is grade. Although she is 3/4 QH 1/4 arab, she's still a grade. But I could register her in the pali horse registry if I was really concerned. But again, that wouldn't do me much good but to be able to prove what breeds she is.
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Put him up on allbreedpedigree, if you have his papers, I'll try then
he is up, here :) for curiosity's sake more than anything else. I know that his great grandsire on his dam's side was 100% Crabbet [Scindian Magic] but other than that I don't know. Going on his body type I think he's likely to have a lot of Crabbet in him, he's very solid. Certainly not what you think of when you think of an Arabian or an Anglo Arab!

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All Crabbet. Nice!!
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Woo, I was right haha! I love the Crabbets, they are such lovely horses and don't tend to be as hot as some other strains. Monty is a dream, he can be a right pest sometimes but is the sweetest boy and I have the best bond with him. If I could clone him I'd have ten of him!
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you will probably never know. The horse in the quarter registry is marked as Arab. I don't know how AUS quarter registry works, in teh AQHA the horse would not be eligible for registry as the sire is not registered or dna done.
This is the same in Australia :) The other part of this though, is that in Aust we now have the breaking away of AmQHA "pures". These are QH's that have no out-crossings in the previous 4 generations of parentage. So even tho a TbxQH is still a "pure" QH, they are not eligible as AmQHA's
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