A-Pinto Draft horses of 7/8 and above of
draft breeding. B-Pinto, 1/2 draft/Sport horse of
1/2 draft up to 7/8 draft. C-Breeding Stock for
horses of the above divisions that are solid colored.
FEES (Horse Registration
Annual - $25.00 Member $50.00 Non-Member
Any member registering 5 to 9 horses at one time is eligible
for a reduced fee of $20.00 per horse. Non-Member fee is $40.00.
10 or more horses registered at one time the member fee is
$15.00. Non-member fee is $20.00. Membership is Adult single, couple & family $40 first
year and renewals $30. Youth $30 first year renewal $20. Ranch
Farm Business Inc. $50 renewal $40. Life $250 Business Life
1. If horse is registered with another registry a copy of
both sides of the papers must accompany this application.
The horse's papers will carry the registry name and number
on the Pinto Draft Registry, Inc. papers.
2. Please give a first and second name choice of no more than
26 letters and spaces.
3. No name shall have numbers or non-alphabetic letters.
Division A. Pinto Draft 7/8 and over with pinto
markings---must mature to 15 hands and over. With 1 generation
of pedigree the papers will read: A-PINTO DRAFT. If pedigree
is unknown papers will read A-PINTO DRAFT GRADE.
Division B. Pinto 1/2 Draft/Sport horse: 1/2 up to
7/8 with Pinto markings---must be 15 hands or over when
mature. Division C. Breeding Stock is for solid
colored horses of the above divisions. Can be Full Pinto Draft
and 1/2 Pinto Draft/Sport horse. The papers will be marked as
above. Geldings will be accepted under the above divisions
A & B. No solid colored geldings will be registered.
Recognized Draft breeds: Percheron,
Belgian, Clydesdale, Shire, Suffolk Punch and American Cream
or combination of Recognized Light horse breeds: TB, AQHA,
Pinto, Paint Morgan, Arabian, Sport Horses and Gypsy Drum. No
Appaloosa, Pony, Walking Horse, Racking Horse, American
Saddlebred, Standardbred or Donkey bloodlines are allowed.
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Four photographs must accompany
each registration. The 2 side photos will go on the papers.
All four legs and hoofs must be shown in the photos.
Front showing the face markings.
Right side ~ this photo will go
on the papers.
Left side ~ this photo will go
on the papers.
Photos must be of good quality
and not out of focus. No Polaroid's will be accepted. Please
mark your envelope "PHOTOS". Digital photos must be at 300
or higher dpi. Please put your mailing label and the name of
the horse on the back of the photos.
"NOTE": In order to register your horse
online, photo's can be emailed to the address above, however,
hard copies must be mailed to the address above in order to
finalize the registration process. The white markings on the
horse must be easily visible. Horses must have white on their
body not including legs, face & belly.
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recognized color patterns are 3 Pinto patterns:
Tobiano: (toe-bee-ah'-no) A Tobiano Pinto appears to be
white with large spots of color, often overlapping on the
horse with a greater percentage of color than white. Spots of
color typically originate from the head, chest, flank,and
buttock, often including the tail. Legs are generally, giving
the appearance of a white horse with large flowing spots of
color. 2. Overo: An Overo Paint appears to be a
colored horse with white markings. These spots of white appear
to be jagged, and originate on the horses side or belly
spreading toward the neck, tail, legs, and back. Color appears
to frame the white spots, thus an Overo. Overo often has a
dark tail, mane, legs and back line. Bald or white faces often
accompany the Overo pattern. Some Overos show white legs along
with splashy white markings, seemingly made up of many round
lacy spots. The location of the white is generally the same on
these horses as Tobiano, although white legs appear to be more
common. White almost never crosses the back. 3.
Tovero: A horse that shows the characteristics of both the
Tobiano and Overo.
If registering a foal, weanling, or
yearling, a breeder's certificate must accompany the
application. If the horse to be registered is from a
registered PDR Inc.™ stallion, the stallion must have a
stallion breeding report on file, and must have his DNA report
on file. Any horse that has applied for registration whose
photos are questionable to percentage of draft breeding will
go to the Pedigree committee to be verified for registration.
If the photos don't prove the required percentage of draft,
the horse will have to be inspected by a PDR Inc.™ inspector
before papers will be issued.