Quarter horses photos
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Description: Please note that all of the text information on this page was originally composed by me unless otherwise referenced, and was typed with great thought. I have read books and many educational web
Please note that all of the text information on this page was originally composed by me unless otherwise referenced, and was typed with great thought. I have read books and many educational web sites to contribute to my knowledge base. Some of the content was created in the late 1990's, and may need to be updated. With 300+ pages in this web site, I can't remember which pages need updates all the time. If you see an out-of-date page, let me know so I can update it.
Some photos were donated by people that have horses with color examples needed to provide educational content. For that reason, permission is not granted for anyone else to use photos from these pages.
The Quarter Horse breed has listed 17 acceptable colors for registration of foals (as of 2006). More colors exist that aren't listed, and if you have such a foal, you should register it according to the closest genetic color option that fits what you feel the foal will be at maturity. For example, a white horse with blue eyes that is "aa" for Agouti is really a double-diluted black. But it can be registered as a Perlino, because the correct option for a double-cream-diluted black is not offered by AQHA.