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post #1 of 5 Old 03-08-2019, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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Eligible for "spotted" walking/racking classes?

Me and my new mare are showing for the first time together this year. Nothing serious, only local shows. She is a registered TWH, and she is strawberry roan and sabino. She is supposed to have some stockings but I can't tell because of how muddy it's been. Her tummy appears completely white but I can't see any outlines of spots or anything because of how fluffy it is. Is she eligible for gaited classes that specify they're for "spotted" horses? Pics provided
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I am not an expert but I believe the spotted classes are reserved for those registered in the Spotted Horse registry. We have a black & white reg TWH but she is not registered spotted and cannot be shown spotted


Check with the show organizers - some shows may let you in that class depending on the # of entries
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I am not an expert but I believe the spotted classes are reserved for those registered in the Spotted Horse registry. We have a black & white reg TWH but she is not registered spotted and cannot be shown spotted


Check with the show organizers - some shows may let you in that class depending on the # of entries
I'm not talking about shows affiliated with the Spotted saddle registry or TWHBEA. These are open shows/fun shows.
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Contact the show personnel and ask what the determination is for the "spotted" classes. Then wait to see what you have when your horse sheds to determine if she fits the requirements.
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post #5 of 5 Old 03-09-2019, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Contact the show personnel and ask what the determination is for the "spotted" classes. Then wait to see what you have when your horse sheds to determine if she fits the requirements.
Okay! I was asking because I figured there was some consensus among horse showers about what counts as spotted 😂 Thank you!!
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