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        03-12-2013, 11:55 AM
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    Pretty girl!
    I hope you got her APHA (Paint) papers with her and have transfered them into your name.
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        03-12-2013, 12:06 PM
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    Originally Posted by HorseCourage    
    This is Allie she is 11 years old, to be 12 in April. I have had her and been working with her for 2 months. So she has yet to lose some weight. But I would like to know your opinions on her conformation? Her registered name is ICASPLASHOFIMPRESSIVE. She is duel registered as both pain and appaloosa
    How is that possible?
         
        03-12-2013, 01:58 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    DustBunny: Yes she is and she knows it :) and I have her paint registration papers in my name too :)

    As for everyone else, I don't have her appy papers, I didn't BUY her from them she was a gift to me. So who am I to question them ? She was the best gift ever. And also I didnt ask for critque on whether or not she is a registered appaloosa or not. I asked for crtique or opinions on her conformation and such. I want to know what you if you were a judge would think of her
         
        03-12-2013, 02:21 PM
      #14
    Trained
    Horsecourage, you posted that your horse was dual registered with two incompatible registries. That in and of itself is going to invite comments and speculations as to that statement since it is not possible to have a horse registered both ApHC and APHA.

    Do you know if the previous owners HYPP tested your new mare? If not please pull hair and send it in. I would hate to see her have an attack when you are riding her.

    It's doubly important as she traces to Impressive on both her sire and her dam's side and I can find nothing stating that anyone of them are negative for the genetic disease.
         
        03-12-2013, 02:40 PM
      #15
    Weanling
    NdAppy: Looking back I shouldnt have said. But that was the information that I was told about her. But those on here trying to get me to second guess her previous owners whom I am very close to is just not setting right with me. And I have no clue if she was HYPP tested. I'll look into it thanks :)
         
        03-12-2013, 02:57 PM
      #16
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    Originally Posted by HorseCourage    
    But those on here trying to get me to second guess her previous owners whom I am very close to is just not setting right with me. And I have no clue if she was HYPP tested. I'll look into it thanks :)
    Nobody is trying to give you bad feelings towards her previous owners. They're just saying the information you were given about her is wrong.

    Also the pictures you posted are not the best judging wise.

    Refer to the thread
    Taking proper conformation photos
    and the Confo gurus on here could give you better information on her.
         
        03-12-2013, 03:57 PM
      #17
    CCH
    Weanling
    OP -
    I looked your mare up on APHA's plus website. She is APHA registered. Her last ownership transfer was dated 5-20-07. I know they are slow this time of year with new foal registrations, but I do hope you have sent in the transfer.

    I also think you may have confused ApHC with PtHA, so I tried to look her up with PtHA (pinto) I could not find her under the name you gave. It is possible they chose another name at the time of registration. I will note that her sire, ImpressiveCredentials, is PtHA registered. The pinto system doesn't let you do pedigree research, so I could not see a list of his foals to try and find your mare.

    You should check with the people who gave her to you to see if you need to transfer PtHA papers as well. I would also strongly suggest you get the HYPP test. Knowing her status is crucial to the mare's health.
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