Registered Paint Horses for SalePaint Horses for sale
For horses with a predominantly whitish coat, a " innate colour mark " means at least one contrast surface of the necessary length of coloured colour with a pigmentated hide underneath, which is present at the moment of parturition.
The coloured area must be in the required area as shown in the following figure. The" E " colour marking" as described in B above must be more than two inch (2") and must be in the required area as shown in the figure below. D. The "natural colour markings" on a double-parent saddle as described in rule RG-015 may be anywhere on the horse's frame or leg behind a line:
The" true-to-nature colour marking" need not be seen from a standstill. E. To be included in the registry, a mare must have an extra Paint Horsing property (see RG-070.F.), which need not be seen from a standstill if the "natural colour mark": Underneath is not pigmented sebum.
Except II: appears when an area mark is extended beyond the 1 point of use. The" true-to-nature colour marking" must be more than 2 inches, be a firm blank surface and have non-pigmented hide. F. Other PaintHorses features for the purpose of this registry policy are shown below. Only these characteristics do not make a stallion eligible for the regular register.
Female leggings that extend over the knees and/or ankles; glass, apron face or balding face, described as an outer line from the inner angle of the eyes to the inner angle of the nostrils; blank on the lower lips or pine; dark area around a "natural colour mark";
Bicoloured mahne, one colour is nature-blue; black spots or freckles in the face or feet in the form of whitish coat; whites in the invisible area, except the scalp, entirely encircled by a contrast colour; a contrast area of another colour in the invisible area, inclusive the scalp, on the predominantly white horses.
G. Any registered equine having a border colour or a colour which may not be easy to identify must have indicated the dimensions and location of the suitability area in the "Remarks" section of his entry document.