New strain for racking horse
North American Single-Footing Horse
This breed/strain is closely related to already existing racking horse but there are some differences. Pls read.
http://www.shobaonline.com/ <main one
https://www.speedrackinghorses-europe.com/ueber-shobae <tiny recently born european limb
https://www.speedrackinghorses-europe.com/breed-infos < also info
What makes it different from Racking horse we have?
While regular Racking Horse is mostly from TWH, vast majority of there guys are 75% + standardbreds. The best horses are 90+ standardbreds. There are of course pons from other breeds that are great, but it's standardbred populated one.
Also registration rules are different. Horses that do not have parents registered must be KEG SHOED or BAREFOOT and display gait in various speeds. Racking horses we have can be shoed any way/anyhow to get registered.
Also outcrosses are bit different.
Colors which are acceptable are different.
Level caps are different.
Most horses are registered in both associations and some extras.
Less coloured strain, due to most standardbred genes.
Rather new breed. One of the founding stallions is EZD Falcon Rowdy. He was an incredible Speed Racking Horse and the father and grandfather of several extraordinary horses. Unfortunately he was bred that much that those lines are partial very inbred.
Average height is around 150-155. Taller horses over 160 are rare. I found one stallion that is 165. Light riding horse with hooves big enough to prevent problems. Strong back. Mostly fun, trail riding horse.
They are mostly bred to be trail ponies, so more pressure on enurance. Shown mostly in Speed Racking and it's types (we don't have it so it's ok). Low influence of saddle breeds makes them less suitable for saddleseat disciplines (difference from racking horse we have). They are also not suitable for majority of english disciplines. Or western. They can still be successfull in TREC, Halter, mayyybe western dressage. It's not a breed we have many disciplines suitable for.
Master Breed List
Base Colors: Bay, Black, Red, Seal Brown, Wild bay
Modifiers: cream(double accepted), flaxen, sooty
White Markings: minimal and medium white spotting, tobiano, roan
Grey? : yes but kinda rare
Which colors are rare for this breed: gray, flaxen, silver
What outcrosses are allowed?: Most horses have at least 3/4 standardbred blood (not required). TWH, Saddlebred, Rocky and Kentucky Moutain, Spotted Saddle Horse, Missouri Fox trotter, Gaited Morgan, Icelandic and Paso (Peruvian).
**IRL SingleFooting Horses **
Party Blue -
M: Party Girl
F: Big Blue Madness
Jackson´s Striking Fly (seal brown)
one of the tallest rackers alive (1.65)
Sally, buckskin spotted filly
She´s A 4 Speed
Spotted mare, 1/8 Morgan, 1/8 TWH, rest is standardbred
Rowdy's Sunny Delight, half peruvian paso mare
Bo Wright's Iceman, half icelandic, half ASB, SHOBA registered
Little Jack, Half TWH half Standardbred (wild bay)
Hotshot, very wild bay
I really don't think this is different enough to justify adding a whole new mainsite breed and discipline caps- If I'm reading this correctly all these horses could be registered as racking horses for Equus purposes.