Can you cross an Appaloosa mare that looks like this:

Memberships/Stallion Reports

Anyone who renews their membership now or who is a new member will be active from when you submit your application through 2019.  Renew your membership today! 

Memberships may be done online via PayPal or you can use your credit card through PayPal.  Membership forms and all other forms are available online as well.

Stallion Reports are due before the end of December.  Reports should list all mares bred, regardless if they are another breed or grade.  Free to current members when filed on time. 

As you may have noticed from the new logo at the top of the pages, ICAA decided it was time for an update to a much nicer horse.  Thank you Tess McCallum of TM Photography & Design for making such a wonderful logo for us!  Forms, etc, will be changed over time to show the new logo.  

CTR Turn and Burn F3-Pending 

Solid Black Stallion


The new updated Official Handbook is now online.  Go to the Official Handbook navigation tab.  There are a number of changes going into affect so please go over it in detail!  One of the biggest rule changes is that solid geldings can now be registered in the Non-Characteristic Division and solid horses can enroll in the Open Show Point Program.  

The ICAA Winter 2018-2019 Newsletter is now online!  Check out the Special article Appaloosa Genetics And the Contributions and Benefits of our Solid lp/lp Horses.  Click on the Publications navigation tab or click here: 

And get a foal with a coat pattern like one of these? 

With an Appaloosa stallion that looks like this:

Appaloosa Genetics And the Contributions and Benefits of our Solid lp/lp Horses

ICAA Merchandise

​​ICAA is now selling merchandise with the ICAA logo. See many items of clothing, drinkware, accessories, home accessories, and hobbies. Buying this merchandise helps support ICAA and helps us keep our fees very reasonable for members!  Go to the ICAA Merchandise navigation tab or click here: 

SPR Special Secret F3-2738 

Smoky Black Varnish Roan Filly


The answer is yes.  In fact, ALL resulting foals from this particular cross theoretically should have a coat pattern like the leopard foal or the near-leopard foal above 100% of the time.

Read the article in the Winter 2018/2019 Newsletter, link above or in the Publications navigation tab.

The 2019 ICAA Stallion Service Auction is Over

The 2019 ICAA Stallion Service Auction was over at midnight on January 15th.  We had a very good lineup of stallions this year!  The auction will be opened back up for a few short weeks in March for the stallions who did not sell, if you missed out.  There are some very nice, high-generation stallions who will still be in the auction.  

We wish to thank all the stallion owners who donated these good stallions, and the mare owners who bid on them.  

The proceeds  from this auction will go to help support our activities such as the Trail Logging program, Open Show Point Program, and the Distance Program (Endurance and Competitive Trail).  Fund raisers like The Stallion Service Auction help us maintain our very reasonable fees.​

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