History ~ Nearly 25 Years of Service
Footprints on the sands of time are not made by sitting down. ~Anonymous
To make a long story short, Pintabian horses originated after continually backcrossing Arabian horses to tobiano horses for a minimum of seven generations. It was at this point that a relatively pure strain of foundation pleasure type tobiano horses had been produced. The intent was to produce a flashy tobiano pleasure horse that was separate and distinct from any other.
Today, Pintabian horses are frequently bred to Arabian horses to infuse additional bloodlines of pleasure type. Some Pintabian horses are double or triple registered in other registries to increase show opportunities and value.
A Colorful History
Yes, the Pintabian horse has certainly been blessed with a colorful history!
The Pintabian Horse Registry, which was established decades ago, carries on the traditions of the early Bedouins by keeping records and detailed pedigrees. Certificates of Registration are issued to owners of Pintabian horses upon application and qualification.
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The word Pintabian is a mark of the Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. which has consistently promoted the Pintabian horse and the Pintabian horse industry for more than twenty-five years. A Pintabian horse is an equine member of the Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. and will have a Colored Division Certificate of Registration issued by the Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. Any horse being represented as a Pintabian horse that is not eligible for registration in the Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. is counterfeit and is being fraudulently imitated.
ALWAYS inspect the PHRI Colored Division Certificate of Registration before purchasing or breeding to insure that the equine is, in fact, a Pintabian horse. The Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. assumes no liablity for damages arising as the result of breeding to a counterfeit Pintabian horse or the purchase of a counterfeit Pintabian horse.
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