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post #11 of 18 Old 08-23-2012, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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I'd love to see pictures

Cream dilutes are definitely recognized by IALHA for Lusitanos, and I did get to see a beautiful double pearl Lusitano once (not sure what he got registered as, though!) Not sure if they'd have different rules for PRE Andalusians. I very rarely see any PRE Andalusians that are anything other than grey or bay.

Do you know if the horse you're riding is registered IALHA, ANCCE, or PRE Mundial?
He has ANCCE papers, so he is eligible for registration in either of the two other registries. Both his parents are from Spain.
All the breeder said is Black, Bay, Grey and now Chestnut are allowed in the ANCCE registry. I'm unsure if that includes or excludes dilutes...

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post #12 of 18 Old 08-23-2012, 05:00 PM
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Iirc dun is not an acceptable color in the PRE stud book. It does occur within the breed, but it is not accepted. My instructors PRE is a dun, but he is registered grey (dam is white grey, half sister is white grey, sire is bay). He has all the dun factors, and is even considered to maybe have a pearl gene, because at 5 - 6 years old, he is not yet greying out. Dun is accepted in the Lusitano stud book though, as well as a lot of the cream dilutes. I do not think the dilutes are accepted in the PRE stud book, but I am unsure. They didn't use to be, but if they are accepting chestnuts now.... I dunno. :-\ I've never heard of a chestnut PRE. I've always known PRE to be black or bay, and grey out. And even if they were another color, the grey gene covers it up more often then not, and they are registered as a grey regardless.

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post #13 of 18 Old 07-19-2014, 01:05 PM
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I have two bay Andalusians, which both have dorsal stripes. Do you have a picture? As Joidigm said, Andalusians can be dun as well.
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Guys, this thread is 2 years old .
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Hehe I didn't notice, saw it popped up on the recent ones and it didn't look "complete" lol whoops :)
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At least you didn't write half a page response . I hate it when that happens, you get all embroiled in a thread and write out this whole long and detailed response, only to find out that the thread is 4 years old and the OP hasn't been online in 3 LOL.

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I know this thread is old but would like to add this to clarify a few things, and I'm sure someone will find this helpful:

ANCCE will take any type of dilute color. The only colors that are not accepted are any variation of Pinto and anything with spots. Horses are not registered based on their actual color. They are registered depending on the base color that comes up in the genetic test done.

Dun's base color is bay. In my dun stallions registry he comes up as bay. Palomino Andalusians will show up as Chestnut and so on. Attached is an image that some will find helpful. capture-20150517-200027.jpg
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