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        11-18-2011, 03:10 PM
    Originally Posted by Poseidon    
    I've never heard of anything like that happening personally. Do you have an links or anything? It would be interesting to read about. Either way, if a horse was visually obviously frame, I don't think I would trust a test saying it is negative, just a fluke. But that's just me.
    I have seen incorrect test results more than once Friend had a stallion who she tested came back negative & she advertised him as such.I thought no way he is negative he was classic frame in his markings.It was suggested she should retest but she insisted he was negative.Sang a different tune though when he produced a leathal white foal the following season
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        11-20-2011, 07:27 PM
    Originally Posted by fresh paint girl    
    Ok whatever I grew up with professional paint breeders and trainers but if she's a quarter horse she's a piant,
    If she's another breed she's pinto since paint is considered a breed and pinto is a color pattern.
    Saddlebreds and other breeds can exhibit that color pattern but that doesn't mean they are a paint because they are not quarter horses. Its slightly confusing but hopefully that helps a little. :)

    Actually she could be of TB breeding and still be a paint but to the OP if your horse didnt come with APHA papers its a pinto.
        12-01-2011, 06:26 PM
    Here's a couple of videos I made of her. What gait is she doing?

    Dixie Gaiting - YouTube


    Dixie - YouTube
        12-06-2011, 01:33 PM
    Just for reference, a registered Paint, can be a registered Quarter Horse and also have Pinto registration papers if the color requirements are met. AQHA deleted the white rule, which allows colored horses of the appropriate parentage to be registered with the AQHA. If you have a dbl registered horse, that is bred to a QH or another dbl registered horse, then you have a QH. If that horse happens to meet the white requirements for both APHA and PtHA, then you could have a horse with 3 sets of registration papers. If the horse does not meet the white requirements, then it would be considered a Solid Bred Paint. Pinto also offers a Solid Bred division. These horses are not allowed to show in the regular divisions of either APHA or PtHA against the "colored" horses. Also, in the Paint horse industry, dbl registered means a horse with APHA and AQHA papers, Pinto papers aren't usually referenced that way...

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