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post #51 of 74 Old 11-16-2011, 01:56 PM
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I haven't read this entire thread so sorry if I am repeating what you have already been told. A paint horse is a breed. They have lineage that is traceable and all registered horses. Yes, the APHA horse can have AQHA and TB lines in it but can not be bred to any other breed and still be registered a paint.

Pinto is a color registry. You can have a horse that is registered pinto and not be a paint but you can have a paint and have it registered APHA and PtHa.

I found this post and your first post to be confusing. A paint is not a quarter horse if it were it would be AQHA NOT APHA.

I have a feeling I worded it completely wrong. Paint is a breed pinto is not. Horses of stock body types and specific bloodlines (AQHA, thoroughbred, ect...) It can be registered APHA only if one or both parents are registered under APHA, AQHA or the Jockey club.
If the horse exhibits pinto markings but is NOT of stock breeds or bloodlines ( saddlebred, arabian ect. Ect.) it can only be registered pinto.

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post #52 of 74 Old 11-17-2011, 09:26 AM
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Any horse can be called a tri color but a horse that is brown black and white is tri colored
Tri means three
And nvm its gotten a tad out of hand
In the world of PAINTS tri is bay, buckskin ect...

So......
My filly is is a rose grey. She has white, grey, brown and black hairs. I must be special. I have a quad paint horse.

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post #53 of 74 Old 11-17-2011, 09:41 AM
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unless she is registered as a paint with the APHA then she is JUST a pinto. A bay pinto at that! And a cute one too!


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post #54 of 74 Old 11-17-2011, 09:48 AM
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haha mango yes! The VERY rare Quad-color take lots of pictures to document this new discovery!!


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^Haha sounds like one of those rare crazy colors you see on craigslist ads ;)
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post #56 of 74 Old 11-17-2011, 12:12 PM
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Just because the horse is gaited doesnt mean it has a gaiting horse in the bloodline. My registered QH actually paces because she shortens her strides but doesnt slow her pace and she starts pacing if she goes slow enough. I have papers on her too so I know she is a QH. Just because she's somewhat gaited, don't think that she HAS to have walker. To me, it looks like she doesnt. I also have a walker cross and he's tall and has walker legs and he still doesnt gait. Most crosses don't though some do.
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Just because the horse is gaited doesnt mean it has a gaiting horse in the bloodline. My registered QH actually paces because she shortens her strides but doesnt slow her pace and she starts pacing if she goes slow enough. I have papers on her too so I know she is a QH. Just because she's somewhat gaited, don't think that she HAS to have walker. To me, it looks like she doesnt. I also have a walker cross and he's tall and has walker legs and he still doesnt gait. Most crosses don't though some do.

Hmmmmm! Interesting! She does hold her head like a QH!
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She does. When she gets frustrated or wants to run she holds it super high but when she calms down and relaxes her muscles (she gets tense until she's warmed up) she's fine. She's got papers and everything and the guy who bred her ONLY had qh's so its unlikely her mother was covered by a walker on accident or anything like that.
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She does. When she gets frustrated or wants to run she holds it super high but when she calms down and relaxes her muscles (she gets tense until she's warmed up) she's fine. She's got papers and everything and the guy who bred her ONLY had qh's so its unlikely her mother was covered by a walker on accident or anything like that.

So, you think my horse Dixie could have some QH in her??
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post #60 of 74 Old 11-17-2011, 01:13 PM
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Probably. I would consider her an unregistered paint. In general paints are stock bred pintos. So I would generically call her an unregistered paint. You could definitally have her registered as a pinto and have papers that say she is a pinto but id be willing to bet she is mostly Paint by her build.
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