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        12-16-2012, 11:15 PM
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    Blazer horses are made up of American Saddlebred, Morgan, and American Quarter Horse. And, jsut to inform you - there is such thing as white horses. Pink skin and white fur = white. Brisco is 20 years old and very much healthy. Yes, he may be CALLED Cremello - but there he is white horse. Everybody calls him cremello, but he's white.
         
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        12-16-2012, 11:15 PM
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    He doesn't have white skin, he has pink skin.
         
        12-16-2012, 11:28 PM
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    I have a Trakehner, I don't think that's heard of much.

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        12-16-2012, 11:30 PM
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        12-16-2012, 11:32 PM
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        12-16-2012, 11:35 PM
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    Actually, Brisco is not a Cremello. His color is white. He always looks cremello in pictures and far away, but he is a white. Either way he wouldn't be registerable because he is past 15 hands highand he has blue eyes. Blazers eyes are brown. Or supposed to be anyways.
    Sorry if this has been asked but do you wait till they are full grown to register them. Other wise how do you know what size they will be and if they can be registered??
         
        12-16-2012, 11:38 PM
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    Originally Posted by amberly    
    Blazer horses are made up of American Saddlebred, Morgan, and American Quarter Horse. And, jsut to inform you - there is such thing as white horses. Pink skin and white fur = white. Brisco is 20 years old and very much healthy. Yes, he may be CALLED Cremello - but there he is white horse. Everybody calls him cremello, but he's white.
    Gah, my vets office has white down on my grays chart. What ever! I guess if he got lost I would not say, did you see a gray horse running around I would say white because to those that do not know he appears to be white.
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        12-17-2012, 12:04 AM
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    Originally Posted by amberly    
    Blazer horses are made up of American Saddlebred, Morgan, and American Quarter Horse. And, jsut to inform you - there is such thing as white horses. Pink skin and white fur = white. Brisco is 20 years old and very much healthy. Yes, he may be CALLED Cremello - but there he is white horse. Everybody calls him cremello, but he's white.

    Then he's cremello, not white.

    From what I have read on white horses, the only way for a horse to be white is for it to carry the SB1 gene which is the maximum sabino gene meaning that it has a base coat of another color but it's white markings are maximally expressed so that they cover up the base coat completely.

    Even then I wouldn't call it a true white horse.....

    What I see being called a "true white" are horses with dominant white mutations. They are born white, but they have dark colored eyes. So this would not be your horses.

    This is just what I have read and heard. I don't believe that there are true white horses.
         
        12-17-2012, 10:24 AM
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    I think you would wait for your horse to be full maturity, but I honestly don't know for sure. Blazer horses are 13 to 15 hands at full maturity - to be registered.
    Grays have white fur and black skin.

    Definition of a white horse: born white and dies white. "White" may not be the official term, but he is white. I call him white. Brisco is 20 years old, white, and very healthy. Let's just leave it at that?
         
        12-17-2012, 11:52 AM
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    I think you would wait for your horse to be full maturity, but I honestly don't know for sure. Blazer horses are 13 to 15 hands at full maturity - to be registered.
    Grays have white fur and black skin.

    Definition of a white horse: born white and dies white. "White" may not be the official term, but he is white. I call him white. Brisco is 20 years old, white, and very healthy. Let's just leave it at that?

    Its hard to leave it at that because people use these message boards to learn things and the information you are presenting is incorrect. Can we just leave it as your horse is cremello and you call it white even though you are aware its is not true?
         

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