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  • Colours allowed in the aqha
  • Double register horse dna twice

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    07-21-2012, 05:09 PM
Green Broke
Back in the day,, Paint,Pinto Appaloosa same with the buckskin and Palomino, were all color breeds, if the horse did NOT display the colored coat patterns they were not registered with that breed. Not all Paints were from AQHA. GO look at some of the horses in AQHA, there were Colored horses, names like Old Joe and Ole App and a few others. THEN the rules changed and a breed type was made, no color, and most were bull dog type horses and short, Then they allowed TB and allowed a horses to be Appendix bred. If you LOOK at any breed how they started and what they are NOW , the horses look totally different.
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    07-21-2012, 05:40 PM
Originally Posted by stevenson    
It is from the excess white rule. Not anything about overo or tobiano.
If the horse was AQHA x AQHA had to much white, and then got reg. As Paint
After DNA proof of the sire and dam that they are AQHA lines, then they can be double registered. Must have the DNA.
I think what Ndappy is trying to relay is that even with proven AQHA lines, a tobiano is not ever going to be allowed in the AQHA even if DNA proven to be of QH lineage.
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    07-21-2012, 06:04 PM
Can we please not fight on here? All I wanted to know is if I could put her into AQHA as well. I will get her tested, but I would have been a little plus if I could, more of competitions and breeding.
    07-21-2012, 06:12 PM
Green Broke
Sorry, didn't mean to run away with your thread

I think the answer is that no, AQHA will not let you double register, but for your own sake, you know that your horse is very heavily quarter horse bred.
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    07-21-2012, 06:15 PM
Thanks, She dosent look paint to me, except the way her nose is curved. Lolz. Wish I could find a picture of her mom and dad.
    07-21-2012, 09:19 PM
Originally Posted by ThirteenAcres    

The Appendix rules are shaky to me, but as only a first generation QH/TB cross are allowed, how can you say that the AQHA recognizes some /purebred/ TB horses?
No, you can breed an Appendix QH to a full TB and it would still be registered as Appendix QH. Point in case: Indian Artifacts Quarter Horse

I do apologize, Redfox, for hijacking your thread and it blowing into this.
    07-21-2012, 11:19 PM
Originally Posted by redfox122194    
can we please not fight on here? All I wanted to know is if I could put her into AQHA as well. I will get her tested, but I would have been a little plus if I could, more of competitions and breeding.
Sorry no,She will not be accepted to AQHA registry on the soul fact that the sire's paint lineage has cannot be traced back to a AQHAXAQHA cross. Most often it does in overo horseswhen you go back far enough,but rare in Tobiano lines which is what your horse has.EVEN if she did trace back, all those horses in that APHA line including her sire would have to have received their AQHA registration before your horse would be eligible.That entales getting breeding & owner records collected & signed all the way down the line it is a long & expensive process!!
You'll just have to love her as a SPB APHA.

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