01-14-2013, 04:35 AM
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Actually, first you need to find out if the stallion was ever approved & by which registry. Just because he is Hanoverian doesn't mean he was ever approved by them. For example, he could be approved Oldenburg, RPSI, BWP, etc but not Hanoverian. Also find out of the mare was approved and where. At this point, you will also need to do DNA before you can register, which means obtaining samples from both parents as well (usually the sire will be on file somewhere IF he has a breeding license) and sending that in. You will also need a copy of the mare's papers and a breeding certificate if possible. To register the horse, you will need to attend an inspection over the summer (a few exceptions to that). What is the actual pedigree?
If neither parent were ever approved, then your options are next to nothing. Maybe PHR or the very lowest books of RPSI, possibly a Hanoverian COP. It's not as simple as the foal just being 1/2 Hanoverian and being able to register it like you would, say, a half Arab.