|RowdyGal70 ||09-22-2013 12:12 AM |
Question about Big Jake's Coloring
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Jake is a red roan I believe. But he has a perfect dot on his chest/shoulder area. Does this qualify him as a Paint?
|Oliveren15 ||09-22-2013 12:56 AM |
Sounds like a Birdcatcher spot to me. So most likely not. Does it look like this?
|darkiss4428 ||09-22-2013 01:06 AM |
what is bird catcher spots? that horse is pretty
|darkiss4428 ||09-22-2013 01:37 AM |
i think its a random marking
|barrelbeginner ||09-22-2013 01:44 AM |
Originally Posted by RowdyGal70
Does this qualify him as a Paint?
I believe to be qualified as a Paint> which would be. AtHA?( I think thats the right abbreviation?).. because he isn't registered APHA right? Parents registered APHA?
anyways passed the part that confuses me. .Marks have to be ABOVE the knee and bigger than a quarter I believe.. .. Someone else can probably prove me wrong lol:oops:
|Oliveren15 ||09-22-2013 10:12 AM |
Birdcatcher spots are small white spots, usually between 1 mm and 1 inch (25.4 mm) in diameter. It is not yet known what controls their expression, although it is believed that they are not genetic. Birdcatcher spots occur in many breeds. These spots may occur late in a horse's life, or may occur and then disappear.The horse that I posted, those are birdcatcher spots.
|PaintHorseMares ||09-22-2013 11:07 AM |
Assuming the horse was not foaled this year or before 2005, the APHA requires 2 inches of white AND at least one registered Paint parent. If both parents are not Paints, the other must be registered QH or TB.
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|darkiss4428 ||09-22-2013 08:14 PM |
he is 8 years old
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