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Appendix Quarter Horses are the first generation crossrnbetween a registered Thoroughbred and an American Quarter Horse. They arernregistered as appendix but not initially eligible for a full AQHA registration.rnrn  

The cross began in Texas and quickly took hold when thernhorse racing industry brought Thoroughbred bloodlines into the Quarter HorsernAssociation. Initially they were met with resistance by board members, but theyrnrelented to the cross with Thoroughbreds that held Quarter Horse typerncharacteristics.

rnrnThrough the years and selective breeding the resulting crossrnis a larger animal (15 – 17 hands), with more refined features. They are foundrnin black, chestnut, grey, bay, dun, roan, palomino, and buckskin.

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