Speed Racer· Registered
Not correct when it comes to Arabians. The AHA doesn't allow a horse to be classified as a purebred if there's even a drop of 'other' blood in the animal. That rule was started about 2,000 years ago, when the Bedouins first started breeding their desert war horses.Well the link won't open for me, but I'm assuming it was a long time ago that this happened.
When they first started "Creating" breeds they allowed approved horses to have a full blooded offspring.
Since AllBreed isn't a sanctioned pedigree site and anyone can edit anything, if you have any questions about your mare's bloodlines take it up with the AHA.
There's no way a foal born by a mating between a registered Trakehner and a registered purebred Arabian would have been allowed in the AHA as anything except a Half Arabian. That would mean your mare is not a purebred.
My guess is there's an Arabian with the same name as the Trakehner, and whoever put the pedigree together on AllBreed made a mistake. AllBreed is like Wikipedia; any old idjit can throw something up.
As I mentioned, contact the AHA. They'll be able to let you know your mare's true pedigree. You do have her registration papers indicating she's a purebred, right?