12-17-2012, 06:46 PM
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There really aren't any particular pictures that will make telling his breed any easier. Unless it comes to light that he's gaited, I'm going to stick with some kind of stock horse, probably with a higher percentage of Thoroughbred breeding, like Drafty said.
I am a long way from an expert on the pinto patterns, but I think he is a tobiano. Quarter horses don't carry tobiano, so if that's what he is, then he can't be a quarter horse. It might be possible that one parent was a QH...so long as the other was a pinto.