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post #11 of 22 Old 01-11-2013, 05:55 AM
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Check out the description on the Plaudette mare in her history, Mare by Old Fred.
Listed as Quarter but look at the color PAL APP RO .
so these colors are genetic in the Quarter horse. So the crooked jagged white marks mean sabino ? or is that rabicano ? hmmm..
Hard to tell from the old pic but to me she looks tobiano frame sabino.
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post #12 of 22 Old 01-11-2013, 12:38 PM
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Another one people don't think about is Plaudette - Plaudette Quarter Horse



She was the dam to AQHA foals as well as Bright Eyes Brother whose sire is also an AQHA horse. Bright Eyes Brother Appaloosa
I know her- she's in my horse's pedigree 8 generations back

ETA- Actually, Old Fred and Yellow Jacket are in there too.

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Another one people don't think about is Plaudette - Plaudette Quarter Horse



She was the dam to AQHA foals as well as Bright Eyes Brother whose sire is also an AQHA horse. Bright Eyes Brother Appaloosa
Yup, and guess who Plaudette got her color from? Old Fred, of course.

Haha - I have to laugh every time Old Fred comes up...he is without a doubt responsible for more Paint/pinto characteristics in Quarterhorses and Appies than any other horse, and he has quite a legacy because his lines are prepotent as heck. As you know, generations later, you can still spot BEB/MB bloodlines in an Appy...
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Here's another guy you guy's cant forget about. Though he is very typical in colour, he is very famous and shows up in every pedigree probably just as much as the Joe Reed line does, and Old Fred's too... This is Peter McCue
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Hard to tell from the old pic but to me she looks tobiano frame sabino.
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She's splash and varnish.
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She's splash and varnish.
Oh I see I didn't know she had appy genetics but I was struggling with that last night is it splash or frame. I thought maybe frame because of the colts broad blaze. But splash makes sense Ty Posiedon
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You can somewhat see his tall socks, so I would say his blaze is caused by splash over frame.

And she passed on her Appy genes to Bright Eyes Brother, pictured above, giving him a blanket although both of his parents are QHs. A current living example of a QH with a blanket is Reminic In Spots.
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You can somewhat see his tall socks, so I would say his blaze is caused by splash over frame.

And she passed on her Appy genes to Bright Eyes Brother, pictured above, giving him a blanket although both of his parents are QHs. A current living example of a QH with a blanket is Reminic In Spots.
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I looked up Reminic In Spots on all breed pedigree... Turns out his dad is a sorrel, and his mom is a varnish roan.... Here is what they said about the mother:
"Reg as bay with AQHA. Started to roan out at about 8 years of age. Varnish/LP (appaloosa) roan. There is LP-roan in the QH breed, but not in her immediate pedigree, so apparently there was a mixup. Or, several generations never recorded the fact that they roaned out. Her pedigree traces at least 8 times to the Coke Roberds breeding program (which had known LP-roans)."

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