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Framed In History

Framed in History-genetic coloured thoroughbred. One of Maryland's state animals

The terms "paint" and "pinto" are sometimes both used to describe spotted horses, but in modern use there is a clear difference between the two terms. A pinto differs from a Paint solely due to bloodlines. A pinto may be of any breed or combination of breeds, though some Pinto registries may have additional restrictions. (Some do not register draft horses or mules, for example.) Source: http://www.foxcreekfarmcharmedpaints.com/stallions.html

Fox Creek Farm Beauty, Charm and Color are all traits, this rare overo grulla stallion passes onto his foals. He is positive for the overo--frame and sabino-- genes. His bloodlines trace back to Leo , Three Bars and Sonny Dee Bar.

Rare colored horses! POST AWAY!! - Page 153

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Some more pins of the Czech Republic's celebrated loud frame overo Paint stallion, Maximum Blues Master. I love loud frames.

DC Com. Some more pins of the Czech Republic's celebrated loud frame overo Paint stallion, Maximum Blues Master. I love loud frames.

Freedom - dominant white Thoroughbred

black sabino - Thoroughbred stallion Painting Freedom [His sire, Airdrie Apache, sired many sabino-type loudly marked foals - but was not confirmed as having dominant white mutation.

Amazingly Cool - American Paint Horse (#749,652)  2003, Sorrel Frame overo - 16.0 hand

Amazingly Cool - American Paint Horse ( Sorrel Frame overo - hand and I would ride you everyday

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