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    07-08-2011, 01:40 AM
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15.2 Loud Bay Overo Mare (looking for past history)

I picked up this mare from a woman in the Neah Bay area around April 20th. They said they used to live in Idaho, and around my area Silverdale WA, I think she said she purchased her in Auburn but I don't know for certain where she was purchased or from whom. I'm wondering if I can get some background on her. Please let me know if anyone knows of her or owned her before. I am curious to see if she has paperwork. She had a foal on the 3rd of July. It would be nice if I could double register the foal. I can register half-Arabian as the father was registered and I received the paperwork from the stallion owner (also the mare's previous owner), BUT the mare was bred as an unregistered horse. As I can't keep baby and momma I would like to make sure the baby has the best possible start in its new home (double registry is always a good way to go for some folks)... plus the added benefit of keeping track of the baby as it ages! Like I said if anyone has any information please let me know, PM or just reply to the post! I am always browsing. Momma is about 15.2h, supposedly 14 years old but.... no way to really tell, see the picture of her teeth and tell me what you think. Many people have said she looks 10 or younger, and I have seen no evidence of cribbing since I have had her aside from occasionally pulling at the hot-wire when its not on. Only had her a short time so she may have been a cribber at one time. Thank you for your time and help! ;D
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    07-08-2011, 01:43 AM
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She is very beautiful, do you have any information from the stud owner who bred this mare?
     
    07-08-2011, 02:12 AM
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Yeah I talk to her regularly but she has no other prior info on Destiny. (the mare) Which is why I am reaching out to forums to try and answer my questions. I have been trying to get a hold of her to get the actual location she purchased Destiny from but we both have foals now so we have both been very busy.
     
    07-08-2011, 02:17 AM
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Ok was the stud registered?cause every year when the stud breeds and if he's regiestered he has to send in a mare and foal report. That may have the information on it about your mare I know I had to fill out one to breed my mare this year.
     
    07-08-2011, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by kaydeebug    
ok was the stud registered?cause every year when the stud breeds and if he's regiestered he has to send in a mare and foal report. That may have the information on it about your mare I know I had to fill out one to breed my mare this year.
He did not send out a breeding report. The owner was unaware of getting partial registrations. We got everything squared away though. She told me momma did not have papers but I'm skeptical of this and I have personal reasons for this. I don't wish to discuss them via open forum.
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