|My statement concerning the silver labrador controversy:
Having many years of experience in breeding Australian shepherds & the quarter
horse industry, controversy will always be in place in every aspect of our lives.
There is no way to keep all parties involved happy in any area of competition. I
have heard all the way off stories of how the Aussies were crossed on outside
breeds to get the smaller versions. Then there are the loudly marked Paint
Horses that are now registered as Quarter Horses because the AQHA could not
withstand the lawsuits of those who felt that their horse should be recognized by
the AQHA registry regardless of color. Really now, things change &
colors evolve. When labs started out way back when in Newfoundland, wasn't
there just one color of labrador?
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