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        09-12-2013, 10:50 PM
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    Question Registering a foal when the Stallion died? APHA

    My stallion died quite a few months ago but we have just had a super Colt from him .

    I have tried registering him but APHA say they need a stallion breeding report and a DNA sample for the Sire, this is not possible unless we go digging him up which I am very reluctant to do...

    I feel sure this sort of sad situation must have come about with other members at some time, if anyone has any suggestions on what is best to do it would be much appreciated?
         
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        09-12-2013, 11:11 PM
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    I don't think the situation happens for foals from breeders in this day very often. Registries have required DNA typing for stallions for a while now and breeding reports are a basic requirement.

    Your best bet will be to geld the colt and register PtHA. As long as you are the registered owner of the sire and dam, the pinto association will put it on the pedigree.
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