Originally Posted by Bandera
Her dad is registered Hanoverian but he has tb in his bloodlines and her mom is registered Canadian Warmblood but is Holstiener with tb in her bloodlines, like No Bend. She was registered IFJ (International Jumper Futurity) and it doesn't say her breed in there.... Can I take her some where to get her put into breeding books because I do want to breed her later in life. I also want her to be in a book, like the hanoverian book or hollstiener book or even oldenburg. How does that work? She is turned 6 in july... is that to old? Thanks!
I'm a little confused because I've never met someone with a registrable warmblood that isn't registered.
Anyway, It all depends on what her sire and dam are approved as. If her mom is registered (or approved) holstiener and her sire is approved holsteiner than she can be registered as holsteiner, but for breeding you are going to want to get her in the mare book. As for getting her on other books she needs to go through testing with that organization and depending on her score she will be added.
Warmblood are funny because a Hanoverian stallion bred to a Holstiener mare might produce an Oldenburg.