Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
No unfortunately, white does not develop later on, at least not enough to have the minimum 2 inches of pink skin underneath it. I think the changed the terms in the APHA, my horse was born in 2000, his papers say under the heading below his picture "Type of Registration - Identifaction Status" and in the Pattern Type, it lists "Solid". Now my loud colored paint & sire of my solid horse (his dam was a tobiano, loud too), under the "Type of Registration" it lists "Regular" and under the Color/Type it lists Chestnut/Overo. The solid horse's paper has a separate spot for just color because pattern type is separate, it already listed Solid.
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