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post #51 of 57 Old 06-25-2013, 10:16 PM
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You telling me the pintos do wp faster than the aqha horses?

Do you live in OK or was you competing in the world show?
Do you mean PAINTS? I thought pinto is a color, PAINT is a breed. Is that not right?

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post #52 of 57 Old 06-25-2013, 10:26 PM
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Pinto Association is a color association that includes paint horses.

I competed with my yearling at Pinto World Championships and the western pleasure had several forward moving horses that had high placings. Some people were visibly upset by this, but it was a step in the right direction. Just wish they had more forward moving horses to choose from, you just hope it becomes more popular.
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Do you mean PAINTS? I thought pinto is a color, PAINT is a breed. Is that not right?
No.


Pinto horse association is a color registry- american paint horse association is a breed registry.

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1. What is the bloodline requirement for registration of a horse with APHA?

In order to qualify for registration with APHA, a foal’s sire and dam must be registered with either the APHA, or American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), or Jockey Club (Thoroughbred.) Beginning Jan. 1, 2005, all horses presented for registration to the Regular Registry were also required to have at least one registered Paint parent (Regular Registry, Solid Paint Bred or Breeding Stock). Exception: Horses with either two QH or two Thoroughbred or 1 QH and 1 Thoroughbred parent are eligible for registration if the horse was produced by a breeding prior to January 1, 2005 and are eligible for Regular Registry.

2. What is the difference between a Paint and a Pinto?

APHA requires that both sire and dam of a foal are registered with either APHA, AQHA or Jockey Club (Thoroughbred.) The Pinto Horse Association of America accepts a broader range of bloodlines including pony, Arabian and Saddlebred breeds. The Pinto Horse Association also has a provision for non-pedigreed lineage.

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post #54 of 57 Old 06-27-2013, 09:37 PM
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You telling me the pintos do wp faster than the aqha horses?

Do you live in OK or was you competing in the world show?

I don't really understand what you're asking here. I'm not saying that anything is "faster" than anything else. For one thing, WP isn't about going "faster" it's about having a balanced, correct, and broke mover. I get that you're trying to be a dick, but I don't really get the point you think you're making. I'm saying that a recent, large World Show had great classes where horses did well. And many of the horses that were there and did well also show APHA, and some AQHA.

I wasn't able to go to Tulsa this year. I have been and it's a fantastic show and a lot of fun. A lot of the rest of the barn went and they did great and had a great time.
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that's because im not asking anything from you-- im not a jerk but don't push me, lol.

Western pleasure is about a horses demeanor and how trained the horse is actually. Its about having a western horse that's a pleasure to ride all day- for the showing they want to see a good trained horse that listens to the lightest cues with out any fuss or fighting and does it quickly but slow in pace- not crazy slow but pleasureable for the rider- they don't want to see a sloppy mess bouncing around on top of a horse- they want to see smooth gaits- the rider should be relaxed and look like the ride is enjoyable.. not like theyre being beat to death up on a saddle, lol.

Im sorry- the way you worded your first comment made it sound like you was there showing or watching the show? Or like you knew something I didnt?

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It's called a live feed.

And I show AQHA/APHA/PtHA in western events so I am very, very familiar with the class.
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It's called a live feed.

And I show AQHA/APHA/PtHA in western events so I am very, very familiar with the class.
Is that like an iPhone?

So do i- and have been for years.. its nice to meet someone that shares the same interest.
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