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post #11 of 16 Old 05-26-2010, 05:54 PM
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Not sure, but I think that would be enough white to qualify! They've recently revised the white rule, and w/ him being a gelding he'd have an even better chance.

So what type of paper work do you have? A registration application? Or does he have papers that just aren't in your name? I'm not sure at 16 I'd bother!
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post #12 of 16 Old 05-26-2010, 06:06 PM
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Smile Moonflower

Those markings look to be enough to classify him as a breeding stock Paint. You might be able to sell him for alittle more to someone who wants to show him if he was papered, but to tell you the truth, without alot of color and he is getting up there in age and is gelded--so no breeding, its not really worth it to paper him unless you want to play around with him in a Paint show for yourself.
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I have his papers (including his dam's papers) that his breeder and his first owner signed, but never sent in. I have the names of a few of his owners in between, but I think I would have to pay a "transfer of ownership" fee for all of those people. His breeders live a few hours away from me, so it might not be impossible to get them to sign a new paper for Scotch...with him being so old though, I'm not sure they could remember some of the things that are to be included in his papers. Like the exact date he was foaled, gelded, etc.

Maybe it is not worth it after all...
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post #14 of 16 Old 05-26-2010, 08:33 PM
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I don't think I'd bother, you wouldn't have to find all the people he'd gone through, just have the breeder sign it as if she sold him directly to you.
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We old horsewomen don't usually beat around the bush with calling something its proper name, even genitalia!

I was at my trainer's, and my gelding Casper was in the crossties being groomed. When he gets groomed, he likes to let things 'all hang out', if you know what I mean.

It was an open house of sorts, so there were plenty of nonhorse people roaming around.

One little girl came by with her mother, saw Casper hanging out in all his glory and said, "Mommy, what is THAT?"

Her mother turned red, stammered something about it being his 'winky', when I turned to the youngster and said, "That's his penis, honey. He uses it to pee. If he were a stallion, he'd use it to make baby horses with, too."

I thought the kid's mother was going to have a stroke. I'm an evil, evil woman. Muaahaahaa!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! That sounds like some thing I would do.
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post #16 of 16 Old 05-26-2010, 10:19 PM
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We old horsewomen don't usually beat around the bush with calling something its proper name, even genitalia!

I was at my trainer's, and my gelding Casper was in the crossties being groomed. When he gets groomed, he likes to let things 'all hang out', if you know what I mean.

It was an open house of sorts, so there were plenty of nonhorse people roaming around.

One little girl came by with her mother, saw Casper hanging out in all his glory and said, "Mommy, what is THAT?"

Her mother turned red, stammered something about it being his 'winky', when I turned to the youngster and said, "That's his penis, honey. He uses it to pee. If he were a stallion, he'd use it to make baby horses with, too."

I thought the kid's mother was going to have a stroke. I'm an evil, evil woman. Muaahaahaa!
I ride through suburbia and town a lot and meet lots of non horse folks and their kids, most of which have never seen a horse up close. I sure am glad that we have all mares!

However.... I did stop at a group of parents and children in a neighborhood a few weeks back and one of the mothers asked me if our horses were boys or girls. Her husband answered that they were girls, to which she asked how he could tell so easily. He struggled to find some words to use, so I told her simply that if they were boys, she would know without having to ask. I *think* she got the message, but after reading your post, perhaps next time I won't beat around the bush

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