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post #1 of 8 Old 03-13-2012, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone ever hear of AIHA?

I'm looking at a horse this morning as a companion horse and a back up. I'm not particular about breed or even if the horse is well broke. I don't mind a project although I've turned down a few unbroke, unhandled, horses - I don't need that much of a project.

In any case the horse I"m going to look at this morning is registered with the American Indian Horse Association. Both parents are also registered there.

Another "ego" registry?

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I'm looking at a horse this morning as a companion horse and a back up. I'm not particular about breed or even if the horse is well broke. I don't mind a project although I've turned down a few unbroke, unhandled, horses - I don't need that much of a project.

In any case the horse I"m going to look at this morning is registered with the American Indian Horse Association. Both parents are also registered there.

Another "ego" registry?
I googled it and came up with The American International Hygiene Association.
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I just did some reading on their web site and it seems to me that any American stock horse would probably be elgible...perhaps I could start my own registry and retire....

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post #4 of 8 Old 03-13-2012, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like an ego type registry. Anyway, I picked her up this morning and she is one of the prettiest horses I've owned. She hadn't been ridden in 2 years but I put weight on her back and she was fine with it. She loaded like she's been doing it every day. I was separating her from the other 2 at first but she broke the gate and got in with them. No real problem so I'm hoping they will all be there when I go home for lunch.

She is 100% mustang. Both her sire and dam were there and both were BLM horses. This is a pic of her when I put her in the barn. She'll look better with a good grooming.

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You're right.. she IS a pretty girl!!

Fingers crossed Chocolate doesn't teach her any tricks
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You're right.. she IS a pretty girl!!

Fingers crossed Chocolate doesn't teach her any tricks
Thank you! You took the thought right out of my head, Sophie. I'm hoping that she will still be there at lunch time.

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Thank you! You took the thought right out of my head, Sophie. I'm hoping that she will still be there at lunch time.

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AIHR

Looks like an ego type registry. Anyway, I picked her up this morning and she is one of the prettiest horses I've owned. She hadn't been ridden in 2 years but I put weight on her back and she was fine with it. She loaded like she's been doing it every day. I was separating her from the other 2 at first but she broke the gate and got in with them. No real problem so I'm hoping they will all be there when I go home for lunch.

She is 100% mustang. Both her sire and dam were there and both were BLM horses. This is a pic of her when I put her in the barn. She'll look better with a good grooming.

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VERY nice!

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