Originally Posted by verona1016
Yeah, I don't remember when it was that APHA stopped accepting QH cropouts. He's ~18 years old now, so I think they still accepted them when he was foaled but am not entirely sure.
There is a new rule this year in the APHA...so at least some crop outs are eligible...
Basically you can register QHxQH and QHxTB and TBxTB *IF* there is more visible white than if you have Paint parent(s).
Rule RG-070-1 was passed adding a provision for horses with both sire and dam registered with AQHA, Jockey Club or the combination of these two registries. Effective January 1, 2013 (applications must be postmarked after January 1, 2013), horses eligible for registration with the American Quarter Horse Association or the Jockey Club will be eligible for registration with APHA if they meet the specific registration requirements which includes new color specifications. The qualifying area must be a minimum of four inches of solid white hair visible from a direct side view. Excessive white on the head or lower legs will not qualify the horse, nor will white areas located on the lower portion of the horse’s abdomen. Posted via Mobile Device