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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2587884 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 08:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
  Groucho  
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If you can prove parentage, and the parents are registered with their respective breed associations ie Paint AND QH, then yes your filly may be registerable with the Paint Horse Association

You will be able to show western at lower levels if the horse is NOT registered as a paint, but wont be able to do any of the bigger shows that require registration ie QH, Appy, Paint

Otherwise she can most certainly be registered Pinto and can show as such
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2587904 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 08:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Ahh bummer. Sire is a regd paint, but dam isnt regd. Sad
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2587941 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 09:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
  Groucho  
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Oh bugger

You can still do local level western showing as most shows have an "Other Breeds" section for halter (led) classes

You can also join in on the ridden stuff, you just wont accumulate points etc, like you would with a registered horse

The Pinto Assoc., well at least here in NSW, often hold shows, and the State show up here has a tonne of classes, english, western, and everything in between

Not to mention Ag shows, lots of pinto classes there as well...
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2588289 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 15:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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how big do expect her to mature at?? if she will stay 14.2hh and under maybe try the quarter pony ass Smile


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2588307 is a reply to message #2588289 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 16:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Lovesagoodpaint wrote on Tue, 06 March 2012 15:50

how big do expect her to mature at?? if she will stay 14.2hh and under maybe try the quarter pony ass Smile



Oh really? Not sure, dam is approx 14hh (i havent met her yet, theyve been stranded in QLD the past 6 weeks from floods!), and at 5 months she isnt far off mum.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2588509 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 20:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Well its something to keep in mind Smile she should get some form of rego with the AQPA (Australian Quarter Pony Association) if she stays under height ... are you getting a breeding certificate with her??? that will be essential to getting registration with most associations, even pinto ... otherwise she will get foundation rego which is neither here nor there.


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2588580 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 06 March 2012 21:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Yes, will have a service certificate Smile

I guess if she goes over, she will always make a nice show hunter hack Wink

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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2591837 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Fri, 09 March 2012 23:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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yay, i can post in here now too. Very Happy although i can't ride at the moment Mad stoopid ankle that's now a cankle. Rolls Eyes one day i'll learn to walk without falling over...i hope. my new poneh's name is flashy little freckle

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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2599314 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Mon, 19 March 2012 11:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Can anyone recommend a trainer for my 2yo qh gelding he has been broken and had some training - looking for a trainer preferably on the eastern side of Melbourne but would consider other trainers in Victoria - wanting him to do HUS, trail and maybe some halter thanks
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2600632 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 20 March 2012 17:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
  Lovesagoodpaint  
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Lexi maybe try Pam Neil From Snake Valley QH's (although I think she has a few in training atm) she gets really good results.


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2601524 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Wed, 21 March 2012 15:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Meant to post this ages ago. This is my stallion's son Condor Bar Gold in his first draft a few months ago. Since then he has competed at the 2012 Landmark Classic Campdraft where he made the final 25 out of 207 horses with limited outtings. Very excited to see where his owner takes him. Smile

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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2601961 is a reply to message #2601524 ] Thu, 22 March 2012 00:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Can anyone suggest a trainer for my 5yo stallion? He's unbroken, from working lines (by Hootchy Kootchy Kid, bred by Bellavue stud), and I'm tossing up which area to head with him, but am leaning towards reining or cutting, more just having a bit of fun than anything.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2602266 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Thu, 22 March 2012 13:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What is his temperament like, is he sensitive? And what area do you want the trainer to be in ideally?

Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2602306 is a reply to message #2602266 ] Thu, 22 March 2012 14:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
  MissMaddy  
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His temperament is quite sensitive, but he's also had minimal handling since weaning so is relearning a few of those lessons. He's extremely smart, and learns things very quickly.
Absolutely ideal would be a trainer in the Yarra Valley that can come to me or me float to them as I'd prefer not to send him away for too long.
I know there's a quarter horse stud about 5-10 mins from here, but the paddocks are tiny and mostly dirt, although I don't know who they are or anything.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2602874 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Fri, 23 March 2012 14:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Have you looked in to David Norbury? He isn't far from there and is very versatile. Smile

Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2602979 is a reply to message #2602874 ] Fri, 23 March 2012 15:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Will do, thanks mbqh.
I'm wary of just ringing up someone without a recommendation in any discipline given how many horror stories there are. As he's older, I know a lot of trainers will tell me not to waste my time, but I'm not interested in the young horse futurities, I just want to have fun and learn as I go. If I were to somehow start earning mega bucks I'd probably get someone to educate and campaign him for me while I learn, but for now we'll have to make do. I'm sure he won't care that he hasn't been broken in and competing before this!!
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2602996 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Fri, 23 March 2012 16:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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MissMaddy you may be thinking perhaps of Break o Day Quarter Horses in Glenburn perhaps?

I may be wrong but I don't think that either Break o Day or David Norbury take horses for breaking, and I think only take a select few horses for training although I may have that wrong so probably best to contact them directly and find out.

The only other one that I know of not too far from the Yarra Valley that offers cutting and reining training and breaks in as well would be Roy Marchinton in Nar Nar Goon, although I can't comment on his training or breaking methods as I have had no personal experience on him - perhaps do some research on him to assess whether he'd be suitable for your boy.

It's not easy finding the right trainer and it's probably even harder finding one in the local area as there aren't a lot of reining trainers around (not sure about cutting trainers though as I'm not into that). My trainer is in Tatura and I travel an hour and 40 mins to go and have a lesson with him, but I used to also have lessons with him when I agisted in Kangaroo Ground and it was a two hour and 45 min journey then from there but IMO worth it for what I get out of the lessons!


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2603026 is a reply to message #2602996 ] Fri, 23 March 2012 16:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks Hollywood, will look into it. Chances are if he is very selective then an unbroken 5yo stallion won't be something he'd be interested in working with anyway.
Roy, let's just say have heard some interesting things about him. My man is quite a sensitive boy, and I need someone who is firm, but fair. He's smart and sensitive, but will push the boundaries if he thinks he can.
If I need to I'll go further, it would just be ideal to be local. I don't yet have a float, so if I need to I'll send him away, just don't want it to be long term.
Gary Brown has been one recommended as a not local trainer by a friend.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2618044 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Mon, 09 April 2012 07:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2619493 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 10 April 2012 15:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Sad not me .... maybe next year if im up there at the right time .... we want loads of photo's! Laughing


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2620650 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Wed, 11 April 2012 15:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Looks like it's just you Grouch! Laughing

I would have liked to go, but can only afford one trip to Tamworth in a year and we're already going up there for the Reining Nationals in October.

Off to Wagga this weekend though for a reining show! A few of us going in convoy so it should be a fun weekend! Very Happy


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2621143 is a reply to message #2620650 ] Thu, 12 April 2012 06:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hollywood wrote on Wed, 11 April 2012 15:51

Looks like it's just you Grouch! Laughing

I would have liked to go, but can only afford one trip to Tamworth in a year and we're already going up there for the Reining Nationals in October.

Off to Wagga this weekend though for a reining show! A few of us going in convoy so it should be a fun weekend! Very Happy



Me, myself and I Embarassed Rolls Eyes Laughing

Cant wait should be great fun...is it wrong that Im more excited about riding in THAT arena than the actual competition? Embarassed
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2621476 is a reply to message #2621143 ] Thu, 12 April 2012 12:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Good luck groucho.. what classes u in ? the aqha usually updates results pretty quick on their website...

hollywood.. safe travels and good luck too

Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2621691 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Fri, 13 April 2012 13:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Only my Ammy Pleasure and Halter this time MYRADAR....

The boy is in his Open Pleasure, Trail, Halter and Hunter with trainer Very Happy
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2621717 is a reply to message #2621691 ] Fri, 13 April 2012 14:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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great.. whats his show name again ? ill keep an eye out for you both .. have fun! the shopping looks good up there too!.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2622039 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Fri, 13 April 2012 19:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Enjoy yourself Grouch!!!!! So so soso wish I could have been there to cheer you on!


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2624628 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Mon, 16 April 2012 19:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I think its time I introduced Jewel.

My Appy filly bred to cut Very Happy

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ETA: The photos Rolls Eyes , i actually forgot them Embarassed

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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2624887 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Mon, 16 April 2012 23:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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She looks nice ........ for a spotty bum! Laughing (sorry I just have a "thing" about apps). She actually reminds me a lot of a QH filly we used to own. What do you hope to do with her??? Very Happy


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2624951 is a reply to message #2624887 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 07:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Just a little progress on how my beautiful boy is going with reining, pleasure, cutting & all western performance training. One talented boy Wink

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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625077 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 09:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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She is a totally of 1/8th appy. Lol. She is Jessie James on dadys side and Jessie James /Darwin Doc on mums side.

I will be reining her. Hopefully. If that fails drafting and team penning (or theses also), she is super cowy!
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625464 is a reply to message #2625077 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 16:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Attitude05 wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 09:44

She is a totally of 1/8th appy. Lol. She is Jessie James on dadys side and Jessie James /Darwin Doc on mums side.

I will be reining her. Hopefully. If that fails drafting and team penning (or theses also), she is super cowy!


LMAO .... 1/8th! I was going to say she looked largely QH bred. Well have fun with her wont you! The filly that I owned that looked like her was super cowy to ... she was a like a border collie .... the other horses used to beat the bejeebers out of her because she just couldnt "switch it off" and would annoy the crappers out of them! Laughing


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625632 is a reply to message #2625464 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 19:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Lovesagoodpaint wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 16:33

Attitude05 wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 09:44

She is a totally of 1/8th appy. Lol. She is Jessie James on dadys side and Jessie James /Darwin Doc on mums side.

I will be reining her. Hopefully. If that fails drafting and team penning (or theses also), she is super cowy!


LMAO .... 1/8th! I was going to say she looked largely QH bred. Well have fun with her wont you! The filly that I owned that looked like her was super cowy to ... she was a like a border collie .... the other horses used to beat the bejeebers out of her because she just couldnt "switch it off" and would annoy the crappers out of them! Laughing


She looks lovely and athletic. Smile
She looks a little similar in type to my new stallion, although he's all QH. Laughing
How do you know how cowy they are? My rising 3yo will occasionally start chasing and pushing the WB filly different ways just for fun. He's a much bigger, more solid build though.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625724 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 21:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I'll have super fun with her for sure. Can't wait to play with the mechanical cow! Hopefully Ill see you guys out and about in time.

And the 1/8th gave her no spots! Just bought in better pasterns and feet! She is extremely QH, that's why I picked her!
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625760 is a reply to message #2625724 ] Tue, 17 April 2012 22:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I am really really hoping to chase some cows with my lil man. Not sure how far we'll get though as I have absolutely no experience in western, never even sat in a western saddle!
He's got the lines, temperament, confirmation and ability to do it, just gotta get him broken in first. Am doing most of it myself, and thinking I'll probably send him off for actual western training once I'm on him. I figured that since I can break him in myself, might as well save my money for when I really need it.
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2625989 is a reply to message #2625632 ] Wed, 18 April 2012 09:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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MissMaddy wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 19:28

Lovesagoodpaint wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 16:33

Attitude05 wrote on Tue, 17 April 2012 09:44

She is a totally of 1/8th appy. Lol. She is Jessie James on dadys side and Jessie James /Darwin Doc on mums side.

I will be reining her. Hopefully. If that fails drafting and team penning (or theses also), she is super cowy!


LMAO .... 1/8th! I was going to say she looked largely QH bred. Well have fun with her wont you! The filly that I owned that looked like her was super cowy to ... she was a like a border collie .... the other horses used to beat the bejeebers out of her because she just couldnt "switch it off" and would annoy the crappers out of them! Laughing


She looks lovely and athletic. Smile
She looks a little similar in type to my new stallion, although he's all QH. Laughing
How do you know how cowy they are? My rising 3yo will occasionally start chasing and pushing the WB filly different ways just for fun. He's a much bigger, more solid build though.

Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2626378 is a reply to message #2063143 ] Wed, 18 April 2012 15:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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You can tell if a horse is cowy or has cow sense by watching it in the paddock with the real naturals. They will amuse themselves (generally not the others who are paddocked with them) by working the other sock in the paddock, the good naturals will look like a border collie working sheep. Some of them are naturals when you face them up to a cow or sheep, they naturally want to work or chase .... its inbuilt in them through years of breeding.

The naturals are the ones who have the most potential, its not something you can really train, they have to want to do it to start with, then you can build on that sense.


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Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2626402 is a reply to message #2626378 ] Wed, 18 April 2012 15:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Bugger, we don't have any other stock here! Might have to get some cows. Laughing
The rising 3yo does like to chase the dogs though, but so does the wb filly. Confused
I'm thinking given his breeding the stallion just has to be (well I hope so, guess time will tell).
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My girl has several crosses of Jessie James and Darwin Doc. So she was bound to want to chase what moves. Ha ha Laughing
Re: All things Western (Western Pleasure, Cutting, Reining etc) [message #2626577 is a reply to message #2626560 ] Wed, 18 April 2012 18:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Attitude05 wrote on Wed, 18 April 2012 18:08

My girl has several crosses of Jessie James and Darwin Doc. So she was bound to want to chase what moves. Ha ha Laughing


Mine had spinifex and frekles oak (doc bar) lines, so she also didnt have much choice! lol .... although even with the bloodlines sometimes they just have no interest


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Lovesagoodpaint wrote on Wed, 18 April 2012 18:26

Attitude05 wrote on Wed, 18 April 2012 18:08

My girl has several crosses of Jessie James and Darwin Doc. So she was bound to want to chase what moves. Ha ha Laughing


Mine had spinifex and frekles oak (doc bar) lines, so she also didnt have much choice! lol .... although even with the bloodlines sometimes they just have no interest




I have met a few of those!

Do you still have that mare/filly?
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