@Ivan-Kanerva Your Sims always have so much character and personality, I'm not sure they'd look half as good in my game as they do in yours
@Marquis-Moulin totally interested in a sim! I know one from you is bound to have a story and I love that I can understand why it might be a bit awkward to send your main Sims so that's probably not the best option as we'd be trying to figure out how they can be in two places at once ...though one can always come visit for a day or two and say hello to my horses our stables aren't that far apart (your recent album update inspired me so much and made me miss the days of 'visiting' other peoples games ).
I mean, I can make you a cute little base sim with not much CC ( actually I don't even really know from where all my cc is) and with only some things that I know where they're from. What do you think about this? ^-^
"Horses registered in this division are Pintabian horses. They possess the desired tobiano markings and are over 99% Arabian in blood (but are less than 100% Arabian as purebred Arabians do not come in the tobiano pattern). To qualify for registration in this division, at least one parent must be a tobiano."
On Equus, we merge the two divisions of the Pintabian registry (Colored and solid breeding stock) to allow horses of all patterns to be registered, but they must also meet the blood percentage requirements. American Paint Horses are most commonly used as foundation stock to introduce the tobiano pattern; but Saddlebreds are commonly used as well and there is no requirement for what breed the 1% of a Pintabian's makeup can be, as long as it carried tobiano.
"The following breeds/registries are recognized by
the IQHA as outcrosses. Individual cases involving breeds that are not on this recognized list will be considered and acted upon by the IQHA business office.
Purebred Arabian stallions and mares of the following registries are eligible to produce registered Quarabs:
a. AHRA- Arabian Horse Registry of America
b. AIR Arabian International Registry, formerly (IAHRONA)
c. Any foreign Purebred Arabian Registry/studbook that is currently
recognized by the AHRA or WAHO
C. Stock Type Outcrosses
Purebred Paint and Quarter Horse stallions and mares of the following registries are eligible to be parents of registered Quarabs:
a. AQHA- American Quarter Horse Association
b. APHA- American Paint Horse Association, there shall be no bias toward “Regular” registered horses vs. “Breeding Stock” division registered horses."