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Synopsis: The Pintabian horse has been around for decades, but what exactly is a Pintabian? They have over 99% Arabian bloodlines with tobiano markings. Tobiano refers to a specific type of white spotting pattern.

Although close to purebred they are still less than 100% Arabian as there are no purebreds with these markings.

The Pintabian Horse Registry was formed in 1992. Arabian horses were crossed to horses with the tobiano color pattern for a minimum of seven generations. Resulting in a spotted horse of pleasure type.

Pintabian horses originated after continually backcrossing Arabian horses to tobiano horses for a minimum of seven generations. It was at this point that a relatively pure strain of foundation pleasure type tobiano horses had been produced. The intent was to produce a flashy tobiano pleasure horse that was separate and distinct from any other.
— Pintabian Horse Registry


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