PtHA® SOLID REGISTRY
A PtHA® Solid Registry Horse is any breed of horse, including undocumented, but does not meet the PtHA® Color Registry requirements. These horses can be registered in our Solid Registry. Solid Pintos are only allowed to show in Solid Pinto classes.
For example, but not limited to: Palomino, Buckskin, Appaloosa, POA, Arabian, Thoroughbred, Warmblood, Quarter Horse, Roan, Solid Paint etc.
Full Outcross List
The PtHA® Solid Registry will now accept any horses, ponies, or miniatures that do not meet the PtHA® Color Registry qualifications, now including the Characteristic Appaloosa Horses and Colored POA Ponies.
Characteristic Appaloosa Horses and Colored POA Ponies will now be eligible for registration in the Solid Registry November 1, 2019.
Showing eligibility for the Characteristic Appaloosa Horses and Colored POA Ponies will start January of 2020.
The Pinto comes in four different classifications – Miniature, Pony, Horse and Utility.
A miniature Pinto is any equine measuring 35 inches or less. A Pinto pony is any equine measuring more than 39 inches to 56 inches. A Pinto horse is an equine measuring more than 56 inches or 14 hands.
Miniatures, Ponies, Horses and Utilities are classified by type.
The eight Pinto horse types include Stock, Hunter, Pleasure, Saddle, Mini A, Mini B, Gypsy/Vanner, and Drum.
Stock – a western horse of predominantly Quarter Horse or Paint breeding and conformation
Hunter – a horse generally including Thoroughbred and approved European Warmblood breeding and conformation
Pleasure – a horse usually of Arabian, Andalusian or Morgan breeding and conformation
Saddle – a gaited horse, possibly Saddlebred, Hackney or Tennessee Walker breeding and conformation.
Mini A – a horse measuring 35” and under at maturity, measured at the highest point of the wither.
Mini B – a horse that measures over 35” but does not exceed 39” at maturity, measured at the highest point of the wither.
The two Utility types are include Gypsy and Drum.
Gypsy - a horse of predominantly Gypsy Cob or Vanner breeding. Conformation displays a heavy build and short to moderate frame.
Drum - a horse of Gypsy crossbreeding with other draft type breeds or full blood draft type breeds. Conformation displays a larger, taller frame.