01-22-2010, 01:35 AM
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Around here, I've never heard of anyone needing a coggins unless they are coming from out of state. When we move horses from one boarding barn to another, they just need the current health record, make sure the horse is updated on shots, and wormed, and overall healthy. Same with all the shows I've done. And I did do a show at an international equestrian center in my area, and they didn't ask for a coggins. But I don't think that its unreasonable for the stallions owner to want to take as many precautions as possible.