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    12-26-2008, 05:41 PM
  #11
Weanling
Pretty horse. Wasn't Puchilingui's stud fee $12,500 at one time? I think I saw that in an old Paint Horse Journal ad.
     
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    12-26-2008, 11:11 PM
  #12
Weanling
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Originally Posted by alliswim    
Actually, Puchilingui was a registered Thoroughbred (he is now sadly deceased). Here's his pedigree: Puchilingui Horse Pedigree
But he has a quarter horse head. And if I remember correctly thoroughbreds only come in solid colors with the exception of markings.
     
    12-26-2008, 11:18 PM
  #13
Weanling
Ok I looked around and found out that thoroughbreds can in fact come in overo and sabino. But that still doesn't explain the quarter horse head. I swear it looks like a QH head.

Wait a minute now I'm seeing info that says paints don't exist in the thoroughbred breed. This is all very confusing. I'm going to have to ask my friend who bred racing thoroughbreds for some input.
     
    12-27-2008, 12:12 AM
  #14
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Originally Posted by blossom856    
Wait a minute now I'm seeing info that says paints don't exist in the thoroughbred breed. This is all very confusing. I'm going to have to ask my friend who bred racing thoroughbreds for some input.
Paint horses are a separate breed. So, no, paints don't exist in thoroughbreds. I believe you mean pinto. Pinto is a colored horse. Paint is a breed of horse. Paints were bred from QH and thoroughbreds.

Pinto Thoroughbreds
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    12-27-2008, 12:21 AM
  #15
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Joshie    
Paint horses are a separate breed. So, no, paints don't exist in thoroughbreds. I believe you mean pinto. Pinto is a colored horse. Paint is a breed of horse. Paints were bred from QH and thoroughbreds.

Pinto Thoroughbreds
Breeds of Livestock - Pinto Horse

The OP says it's a painted TB.
     
    12-27-2008, 12:30 AM
  #16
Weanling
There are a few horses that are registered with the Jockey Club and the American Paint Horse Association. Puchilingui is one of them, another is See Me Com En a popular sire registered in both the JC and APHA. I am not sure how you can determine that Puchilingui has a quarter horse head based on two poor photos. TBs nor any other breed have a cookie cutter head shape. I am sure if they took the western halter off and put him in hunter braids he would look like a TB. Back to the point, the OP has a nice looking appendix QH by a TB stallion and out of a QH mare.
     
    12-27-2008, 12:31 AM
  #17
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Originally Posted by blossom856    
The OP says it's a painted TB.
I believe that's a misnomer. Paints are a separate breed. I believe the OP meant pinto TB. A horse could always be a Paint/TB. But these are separate breeds. If the OP was posting about a paint/TB, that could be one reason you see a QH type head. Paints were originally the "undesirable" colored outcroppings of TB and QH stock. Now, though, these are separate breeds.

There does tend to be a lot of mistaken interchanging of the terms Pinto and Paint. Not all paint horses are colored.


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    12-27-2008, 12:54 AM
  #18
Weanling
OK I apologize. I talked to my friend who said that while they're rare, pinto TB's do exist. And also that TB's and QH's sometimes look like each other.

She was also impressed by his pedigree. He won't produce any of the fragile legs we see on TB's these days.
     
    12-27-2008, 10:35 AM
  #19
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by Joshie    
I believe that's a misnomer. Paints are a separate breed. I believe the OP meant pinto TB. A horse could always be a Paint/TB. But these are separate breeds. If the OP was posting about a paint/TB, that could be one reason you see a QH type head. Paints were originally the "undesirable" colored outcroppings of TB and QH stock. Now, though, these are separate breeds.

There does tend to be a lot of mistaken interchanging of the terms Pinto and Paint. Not all paint horses are colored.


APHA.Com - Welcome to the Association


Okay, its actually kinda simple. Pinto is a color pattern and Paint is a breed. Now, the tobiano pattern is a gene, but overo, and most other pinto patterns are what are called "crop outs." This means that theoretically any breed can produce a "crop out" pinto. It is rare, but TBs and even warmbloods can produce overo, sabino, etc coat patterns. These horses can be registered in the Pinto Association with just a picture proving they have the coat pattern, but they cannot be registered as a Paint. The only way a horse can be registered as a Paint is if one parent is a paint and the other is either a paint, qh, or tb. So anyways, yes this horse is a TB with TB parents, not an appendix, but he is considered a crop out pinto because of his pattern.

Your buckskin is adorable! I'd like to see him when he fills out more!
     
    12-27-2008, 04:36 PM
  #20
amy
Foal
Gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!
     

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