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The American Paint Horse Association, APHA, is the official breed registry for paint horses. Paint horses are often easily identified by their distinctive multicolored markings, typically gray (white) and a solid color such as sorrel, bay, chestnut, palomino, grullo, dun or black. The American Paint Horse Association, based in Fort Worth, Texas, is recognized globally as the premier breed registry for painted horses in the World. Registry Eligibility In order for a horse to be registered with the APHA, it must meet specific criteria. Registered paint hoses must have parents that are...
Paint Horse
The All American Quarter Horse Congress In the western part of the United States, horses are more than just another animal. Horses form an important part of the cultural make-up and history. From the Wild Wild West to today’s somber mid-west towns, the American Quarter Horse continues to be the object of fancy and scrutiny by both enthusiasts and serious breeders. Breed specific groups such as the American Quarter Horse Association are created for knowledge sharing and community building in preserving and improving this particular horse breed. The American Quarter Horse The American Quarter...
Western Quarter Horse

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