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post #21 of 33 Old 09-15-2011, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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Mouse is beautiful!! What a sweetie!

Everyone buckskins are so gorgeous, I love the response I'm getting from this thread!

Apachie, you've got a CUUUTE jumper on your hands!

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"sadface. I couldn't with for fun even if I wanted to because Abby's APHA."
You can go to Paint shows!
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Except she is half QH. The only thing that makes her look any different at first glance is her sclera. She always looks terrified because of the amount of white showing. One lady I board with asked why her eyes were like that one time. She didn't know Paints could be solid colored at the time either.

And almost all of the horses at my barn are QHs that go to AQHA shows all the time. I see the ads for the shows on the bulletin board all the time and go, "sadface. I couldn't with for fun even if I wanted to because Abby's APHA."
Yeah same here, Sandie's dam is AQHA registered...in fact I have a pic of her, here she is!! But her sire is APHA, sorrel overo, so Sandie can't be registered with the AQHA. Always thought that was kinda silly...they'll let TB/QH crosses register Appendix, but a Paint/QH cross can't register at all?? And most Paints have QH bloodlines or at least the appearance of it, moreso than most TB's. Anyone know why that rule is in place?
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And Sandie definitely has the whites of the eyes showing...when I first got her people told me "Oh that means she's crazy" lol...yeah couldn't be further from the truth!! She is sooooooo laid back, she falls asleep in the cross ties every single time I groom her LOL






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Anyone know why that rule is in place?
Do not specifically know why but I can surmise that it is because the QH world does not want lots of paint outcrops to happen.
They used to not allow you to register full QHs if they came out with too much white.
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So then why is a TB/QH cross allowed to register, albeit as Appendix? Why not allow some version of Appendix for the QH/Paint crosses?

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Because breeding to a TB is not adding the color that used to be specifically written into their rules that they did not want.

I am not saying it is logical. I am simply saying that is why.


You can breed a QH to an appy and get a registered appy but you can not register it is a QH. That is just how the registries are.
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Ok I gotcha, they're more against color than anything then, huh? Predjudiced bas$tards!! hehe j/k

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If you breed a QH to a Paint, then it's registered as a Paint. The APHA doesn't accept 'cropouts' anymore, but they do allow you to breed to either QHs or TBs and still be registered as a Paint.

TB/QH can be registered AQHA because the Quarter Horse breed was founded with TBs.
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Yeah same here, Sandie's dam is AQHA registered...in fact I have a pic of her, here she is!! But her sire is APHA, sorrel overo, so Sandie can't be registered with the AQHA. Always thought that was kinda silly...they'll let TB/QH crosses register Appendix, but a Paint/QH cross can't register at all?? And most Paints have QH bloodlines or at least the appearance of it, moreso than most TB's. Anyone know why that rule is in place?

Waht everyone else has said and to add onto it. APHA tobianos have not nor ever will be in AQHA breeding. Tobiano is not a gene that "crops out" like overo and LP (to some extent) does. So not all Paints are QHs.
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