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        06-18-2008, 11:07 AM
      #11
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    You can always register her some way...

    Look around your area, I know we have like virginia horse show association, it's not a breed registry but it's a registry.... we also have like battlefield horse show association and then tehre is a thing for ponys that are bred in VA, it's like the virginia pony breeders association or something?

    But in all honosty, it really doesnt matter if they are registered unless you are planning to show in a breed specific show, which you can't. You can do color registries, buckskin, palamino, etc....

    But it doesnt make your horse anymore "special"... really....
         
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        06-22-2008, 11:46 AM
      #12
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by farmpony84
    you can always register her some way...
    it doesnt make your horse anymore "special"... really....
    I agree. Unless you're planning on showing in breed specific shows it really isn't a big deal. Some buyers, including myself, would never even take the time to look at a non-papered horse but some buyes, like myself, wouldn't be interested in a cross breed either. It's one of those "to each his own" situations.
         

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