Photo Credit Mikael Kjellstrom
There has never been a documented Purebred Appaloosa in history. The International Colored Appaloosa Association (ICAA) is the first and only stand-alone Appaloosa registry created to produce eight-generation+ Purebred Appaloosa horses by the full-generational concept; a method recognized by animal scientists and geneticists. The ICAA does not allow outcrossing to other breeds within our registry. As a stand-alone registry, registration with another registry is not required if the offspring are out of ICAA-registered stock.
The ICAA welcomes your lower-level horses into the registry as well as the higher levels, as their genetics are extremely important to the health of the registry through genetic diversity well into the future. The ICAA was the first stock horse registry to require negative genetic test results for genetic diseases to qualify for registration; also for the health of the registry.
The ICAA is completely volunteer, costs for membership and registration are extremely low, and pedigrees are carefully documented for accuracy and each foal born is the actual product of the sire and dam indicated on the Registration Application.
We believe the true Appaloosa is an honest all-around hard-working family horse that deserves recognition throughout the world. The Appaloosa is known for its athletic ability, devoted and loyal heart, durability, versatility, and gentle, willing disposition.
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Rajuns Royal Prince F4-2619 Offspring
The ICAA is the only stand-alone Appaloosa registry that does not allow crossbreeding to other breeds within the registry - Appaloosa x Appaloosa only.
An ICAA registration speaks volumes to those who care about the future of the breed.
Become a part of an association with the goal of preserving the Appaloosa as a blood breed; an association that appreciates those who work hard to produce these multiple-generation horses, and promotes both the horses and their owners. Be a part of a registry where your voice is heard.
Under the Registration navigation tab, you will find the following pages:
What to Submit,
Photo Do’s and Don’ts
Enroll your ICAA horse in one or more of our programs, and earn points, time, and/or miles for you and your horse. There are a number of programs, including Production Achievement, Horsemanship, Distance (Competitive Trail and Endurance), and the Open Show Point Program.
Under the ICAA Officials navigation tab, you will find the contact information for all of your Board of Trustee Members, and District Representatives, along with many of their bios. They will be more than happy to talk to you if you contact them!
There are many items to choose from with the ICAA logo! Offered are t-shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, pajamas, caps, glassware, coffee mugs, travel mugs, hitch covers, bags, mouse pads, a dog coat, and much more!
In pedigrees, the first generation is an individual's parents.
If the ancestor appears in the _____ generation, then it contributes _____ blood to an individual
First Generation = 50.00 percent
Second Generation = 25.00 percent
Third Generation = 12.50 percent
Fourth Generation = 6.25 percent
Fifth Generation = 3.125 percent
Sixth Generation = 1.5625 percent
Seventh Generation = 0.78125 percent
Eighth Generation = 0.390625 percent
JCA Rogue Rose (ICAA F7 [7-generation] filly) is one of the toddlers in training. She and her herd mate, BCA Olympic Drizzle (ICAA F6 [6-generation] filly) go out on trails all the time with their owner, Joanne Jordan of Olympic Appaloosas, and others. These babies grow up already acclimated to all the things horses typically encounter out on the trail. Listen to the bells!
BCA Olympic Drizzle (ICAA F6 [6-generation] filly) is one of the toddlers in training. She and her herd mate JCA Rogue Rose (ICAA F7 [7-generation] filly) go out on trails all the time with their owner, Joanne Jordan of Olympic Appaloosas, and others. These babies grow up already acclimated to all the things horses typically encounter out on the trail.
VKS Thunder Moon F4-2626 - KY Horse Park, Parade of Breeds Closing Ceremony 2017. Past Appaloosa Breed Representative.