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1938-2017
Celebrating our 79th year!

The Colorado Ranger Horse ("The Using Horse of the High Plains") is
one that is registered with the Colorado Ranger Horse Association, Inc.
(CRHA), which is one of the oldest of the western horse breed registries
still in existence in the United States. To meet the requirements for
registration with the CRHA, a horse must show a direct descent from at
least one of the two foundation stallions, 'Max #2' and 'Patches #1'.
While many Colorado Rangerbreds have appaloosa markings, CRHA
is not a color registry. Because CRHA is a 'bloodline' registry, it doesn't
matter if the horse is a solid color or shows the coloration variations
typical of the appaloosa. If you have a registered Appaloosa, chances
are one in eight that your stallion, mare, or gelding is eligible for CRHA
registration, as well. CRHA offers a FREE PEDIGREE CHECK for your
Appaloosa's eligibility for Rangerbred registration. Check this link for
some of the Appaloosa lines that are eligible for Rangerbred registration.

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