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post #11 of 23 Old 07-14-2013, 02:47 PM
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Prior to Jan. 1, 2006, solid color horses were placed in the Breeding Stock Registry. However, beginning Jan. 1, 2006 all solid colored horses with at least one Paint parent are placed in the solid Paint-Bred Registry. The Breeding Stock Registry is for horses without a Paint parent.
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post #12 of 23 Old 07-14-2013, 04:18 PM
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PHM I don't know where you're getting your info but it's incorrect.

ALL APHA horses need one APHA parent with the other being APHA, AQHA or JC registered.

Given SPB (solid paint bred) or regular papers depends solely on the amount of white a horse has not it's breeding.
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At one time, didn't the APHA allows quarter horses with excessive white into the registry?
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The one Paint parent rule was put into effect January 1, 2005, so yes they did.
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Yes they did. As well as excessive white JC horses too. Hence you can have a horse with AQHA/APHA or JC/APHA papers.
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But breeding stock and solid paint registry are the same thing. They used to say Solid on the papers under color and then the type of registration was listed as Breeding Stock. It was recently renamed to Solid Paint-bred, but still just means they do not express enough white to get Regular Registry papers.
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PHM I don't know where you're getting your info but it's incorrect.

ALL APHA horses need one APHA parent with the other being APHA, AQHA or JC registered.

Given SPB (solid paint bred) or regular papers depends solely on the amount of white a horse has not it's breeding.
Right from the APHA website http://www.aphaonline.org/htmlhelp/regristration/coat_patterns_color_rule_and_taking_photographs.ht m . The one Paint parent rule started in 2005 and is now gone again in 2013 with a new 4" rule.
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And your information on the different sections of the breeding is still incorrect.
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Lethal whites, yes im aware. I am not the breeder, but I know she has produced only 2 lethal whites. The sire was gelded several months after my colt was born, so they wont be bred together any longer. :)
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Still not a number I'd be proud of. In reality it should be 0 since it's easily avoidable if they took the time to care.

I know you're not the breeder so wasn't aimed at you. Glad they gelded him.
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I heard the socks have to be "above the knee" to be considered as white markings. Is this true, or is any length sock considered just that.. Not an actual "white marking" that would be accepted by APHA?
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