Horse Association

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American Paint Horse Association
... The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) is a breed registry for the American Paint Horse ... that had been formed to register pinto-colored horses of Quarter Horse bloodlines ... of these organizations was the American Paint Quarter Horse Association (or APQHA) and the other was the American Paint Stock Horse Association (or ...
Cutter Bill - Life
... with number 53,703 with the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA), Cutter Bill was a 1955 palomino stallion who was bred by R ... Cutter Bill was the National Cutting Horse Association (or NCHA), World Champion in 1962 and the NCHA Reserve World Champion in 1963, earning a total of $35,964.05 in NCHA ... With the AQHA he earned the 1962 High Point Cutting Horse award along with AQHA Champion and Performance Register of Merit awards ...
Palomino - Color Breed Registries - Requirements For Registration
... primary color breed registries for Palomino-colored horses, the Palomino Horse Association (PHA), and the Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA) ... The Palomino Horse Association (PHA) registers palomino horses of any breed and type "on color and conformation." The shade of color considered ideal by the PHA is the color of a gold ... In the interest of breeding palomino horses, the PHA also registers full double-dilute blue-eyed cremellos, erroneously called "cremello palominos" by the PHA ...
Quarab - History
... Crosses between Arabians, Quarter Horses and Paints are recorded throughout the history of the Quarter Horse and Paint horse associations ... two foals, a filly and a colt, by the Quarter Horse mare Cotton Girl ... careers, with the filly, named Indy Sue, earning an American Quarter Horse Association Performance Register of Merit and herself foaling three registered Quarter Horses ...
Seal Brown (horse) - Terminology - Seal Browns On Paper
... The American Quarter Horse Association and American Paint Horse Association both recognize "brown" as a separate category, while the Arabian Horse Association labels all non-black, black-pointed shades "bay ... German breeds and registries, the term rappe indicates a black horse, braun is bay, while dunkelbraun indicates dark bay and schwarzbraun indicates seal brown (literally black-brown) ... In France, seal brown horses are recognized among the "black coat family" ...

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