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post #31 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:09 PM
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What is her pedigree? In order to be a paint she has to have QH &/or TB blood in her pedigree. Pinto is strictly a color registry.

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post #32 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:14 PM
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I think true brindle is a horse born with a full brindle pattern, not related to dun factor or rain scald/rot.
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post #33 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:16 PM
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Didn't think rain rot had anything to do with it. XD

But brindle horses are pretty interesting though.

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Rain rot can cause "brindle stripes" in extreme cases when it actually scars the horse's coat.
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Crimson's got the basic idea. A lot of "brindles" are actually heavily marked duns or have strange countershading.

Rainrot and other skin diseases can change the coat different colors. There was a horse posted on here before that was gray, I believe, and then got some kind of skin fungus that made it look all kinds of strange.
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post #36 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:20 PM
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Crimson's got the basic idea. A lot of "brindles" are actually heavily marked duns or have strange countershading.

Rainrot and other skin diseases can change the coat different colors. There was a horse posted on here before that was gray, I believe, and then got some kind of skin fungus that made it look all kinds of strange.


Well if youve ever seen any horses that inherit both genes of HERDA the scarring usually looks pretty strange if they heal
Obviously in most cases those horses are euthanized before the age of 5

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sorry to hijack the thread here...
But my guy was sold to me as APH and warmblood cross...
So since he's crossed, does that just make him a pinto? I can't register him as an actual APHA, correct??
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post #38 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:26 PM
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He's a beautiful horse btw :)

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post #39 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:27 PM
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Oxer, he is goregous! What is he croseed with? If TB or QH then it's possible if both parents are registered.
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post #40 of 74 Old 11-15-2011, 11:35 PM
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Perhaps, if you wanted to register him Oxer, you could look into Pinto registery or Sport Horse of Color. I am pretty sure he would qualify for PtHA but I'm not sure about Sport Horse of Color. I don't know much about that registery, there are quiet a few registeries out there that are worthless such as the Blue Eyed Horse Association or Grade Horse Registery, you basicly are just paying for a piece of paper that has no value or use to it really. I don't know if Sport Horse of Color is any good or not. PtHA has a fairly good reputation however, they have a pretty big show circut and lot's of year end awards and fun stuff.
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