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midnight star stables

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All of your black and white miniature pintos... and tell me 2 things...

1)What type of pinto is he/she registered as(eg. overo, tabaino...etc)

2) What did the parents look like?(colour wise)

Thanks so much!

Black and white pinto are my favorite
so please post some pictures, because I know you guys have lots
 

normajeanbaker

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Here is our black and white pinto mare, Owsley Fork Sundancer. She is registered as a Tobiano. Her sire was also a black and white pinto, however, he was more black then white-almost the opposite of this mare. I am not sure how her mother was colored, but I do know she was also a tobiano pinto.



(proof property of Stan Phaneuf)
 

Flyin G Farm

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I have a couple of black pintos


The first is Black Tie Affair, who is the sire to the 2 black pintos shown down further...he's now a gelding. He's a tobiano....homozygous for black.



This is Black Ties Whistlin Dixie, who is sired by Black Tie Affair out of Hoeny Lace Hayes, who is a bay pinto...her body pattern is tobiano...but she has a blaze and 2 blue eyes (so I know that means she has something else there too)...is more white than anything. She's had 9 foals to date....all have been pinto...she was bred to a solid stallion 7 out of the 9 times...so I'm thinking she's probably homozygous




And finally, this is Flyin G's Ima Dandy Encore, who is a full brother to Black Ties Whistlin Dixie...he has already been sold and will go to his new home in a few months.



Tracy
 

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One of our stallions, Lucky Four Black Velvet Buck N Buck, minimal tobiano. Sire is a smoky black and dam is a black tobiano pinto. His first foal is a loudly marked bay pinto colt (out of a sorrel mare).

This picture was taken right after breeding season when he had been out in a pasture for a prolonged time. He's actually a very deep jet black.

Robin C

 

REO

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Black pintos are my favorite!


You'll have to look on my site to see mine. We have several stallions and mares that are black pintos. (7?)
 

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I have 2 black/white pintos.

This is a gelding I share with my friend Erika (Kira98). Sorry, I don't know what his parents looked like.

He is a Tobiano with Sabino.





This mare obviously doesn't look pinto. But technically she is. She has lots of little roany white patches and white markings on her genitals. The 2 foals she has had that I know anything about were both black wildly marked pinto fillies.

Her Dam was either bay or buckskin (not sure from pictures), and her Sire was a black/white tobiano sabino pinto.

Here's Dixie, heavy in foal last year..........

 

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Here's one of our three pintos, Little Wee Wild Elegance, barn name of Ellie. The rest of our horses are apps. Ellie's breeding is 3/4 app, 1/4 pinto, but she only shows pinto. She's bred to one of our leopards for next year. That should be interesting.

I believe the registries simply register a horse as "pinto" and don't get into the genetics of it as in tobiano or overo. I discussed it with them once. They said there is too much debate over what horse is what pattern, so they stay out of it.

Ellie has a black head, mostly white body with the typical chest shield and a big spot on each hip. Her mom was a sorrel pintaloosa (who didn't show app until she was eight years old!) and her dad was a black leopard. Both from long lines of leopards, with only one pinto thrown in there.

 

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Filipowicz Entertaining The Foulks

Black Pinto Foaled 5-17-05

AMHR/ASPC Futurity Nominated

Sire: Graham's Classic Entertainer



ET is a double registered (AMHR# 223059b ASPC# 150190a) bay pinto stallion measuring 37 1/2 inches. He has 50 percent Arenosa breeding on the top side and Red Rock on the bottom side. He has a lovely small dished head and is very flashy.

Dam: Crumpts Silver Charm

AMHR/ASPC

Michigans Election Day Replay x Arbor Acres Crumpet

Foaled 5-25-2001

Charm is Gray with dark mane and tail.

Foundation Classic Shetland.
 

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Hidden Meadows Making Black Magic, AMHA/AMHR/PtHA black tobiano pinto

sire-black & white dam-bay





Flying A's She's Got Rhythym, AMHR "B", dam of several homozygous horses by "Magic" (including 3 National Halter Champions!)



Flying A's Come See About Me CC, AMHR A yearling black tobiano (out of black chestnut mare), granddaughter the two above horses, sired by one of their homozygous sons.



Indian Bluff's Ghostdance CC, AMHR black tobiano (out of a solid sorrel mare) sired by the same stallion as the filly above. This 2005 colt was gelded yesterday!

 

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