Quarter Horse x Appendix Quarter Horse: Quarter horse x Thoroughbred Colours: Bay, Black, Blue Roan, Brown, Buckskin, Chestnut, Sorrel, Dun, Red Dun, Grullo, Palomino, Gray, Red Roan, Bay Roan Examples of Horses whom are eligible for registration with AQHA: Registered Appendix (X) + Registered American Quarter Horse (QH): Registered Appendix foal(X) Registered American Quarter Horse (QH) + Registered American Quarter Horse (QH): Registered American Quarter Horse foal (QH) Recognized Thoroughbred (TB) + Registered American Quarter Horse (QH): Registered Appendix foal (X) Some examples of horses that are not eligible for registration with AQHA: Appendix (X) + Appendix (X) (Unless one Appendix horse is eligible for advancement) Thoroughbred (TB) x Appendix (X) (Unless the Appendix horse advances) American Quarter Horse (QH) x any other breed of horse besides a registered Appendix, acknowledged Thoroughbred, or registered American Quarter Horse not eligible to be registered with AQHA Advancement: A procedure for Appendix horses to receive an AQHA numbered registration certificate.
When the horse receives its Open performance Register of Merit, (80 or better speed index in racing, 10 performance points for showing) it is then eligible for advancement into the numbered registry, so long as it is not parrot mouth or, if a stallion, not a cryptorchid.
The horse’s registration number is changed from the (X) appendix number to a regular number, and it is issued a white certificate; therefore, becoming eligible to breed to a Thoroughbred, Appendix, or registered American Quarter Horse. Registry Letters (for horses registered with the AQHA): -Letter A in front of number means Old Appendix Horse -Letter I in front of number means International Horse that traces back to American Quarter Horses -Letter L in front of number means Appaloosa Horse, also AP in last two positions of name -Letter P in front of number means Paint Horse, also PT in last two positions of name. -Letter T in front of number means Thoroughbred Horse; also year foaled in last two positions of name -Letter U in front of number means Unregistered Horse — Colours: Any solid colour; usually black, brown or grey Orlov Trotter Colours: Gray, bay, black & chestnut Paint Paint (50%) x Thoroughbred (50%): paint Paint (50%) x Quarter Horse (50%): Paint Paint (50%) x Arabian (50%): Paint Paint crosses Arabian (99%) x Paint/Pinto (1%): Pinatabian Palomino (colour registry) Colours: Base colour with tobiano, overo or tovero markings Panje Colours: All — Thessalian Colours: Bay, brown, chestnut & grey Thoroughbred Colours: Bay, dark bay/brown, black, grey/roan, chestnut, rarely white; palomino & cremello very rare Thoroughbred (Anglo) crosses “Anglo – Prefix denoting “of English heritage or descent…” Regarding horses & ponies, Anglo refers to a half Thoroughbred, ie a horse that is at least 50% Thoroughbred bloodline.” The “Anglo” prefix denotes the Thoroughbred (TB) half of a crossbred with the root indicating the other half, such as Anglo-Appaloosa. Colours: All colours are permitted including exotic markings Cross Concentration: Although the minimum thoroughbred blood for any Anglo-Arab crosses is 50%, it is considered ideal to have at least 75% and strive to for the closest to 100% thoroughbred possible.
There is no restriction on breeding crosses back to thoroughbred, with the resulting foal being considered a Anglo; however a cross may not be breed back to another breed of horse until it is a 4th generation to be considered an Anglo. Thoroughbred x Arabian: Anglo Arab Thoroughbred x Appaloosa: Anglo-Appaloosa Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse: Appendix Anglo (See appendix quarter horse) Thoroughbred x Azteca: Anglo-Azteca Thoroughbred x Barb: Anglo-Barb Thoroughbred x Bavarian Warmblood: Bavarian Anglo Thoroughbred x Belgian Draft/Belgian Half-blood/Belgian Warmblood: Belgian Anglo Thoroughbred x Budyonny: Anglo-Budyonny Thoroughbred x Pleven: Bulgarian Anglo Thoroughbred x Canadian Sport Horse: Canadian Anglo — Thoroughbred x Arab: French Anglo Arab English Cob English Hack English Hunter Selle Français (min 50% thoroughbred) Domestic Anglo-Arabian & Domestic Half-Arab (also see Arabian, Domestic) Thoroughbred x purebred Arabian Anglo-arabian x Anglo-arabian Anglo-arabian x purebred Arabian Anglo-arabian x Thoroughbred Tibetan Colours: Bay & Gray Tieling Colours: Bay & Black; occasional chestnut Timor Colours: Usually bay, brown or black; can be any colour
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