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    01-05-2013, 09:34 AM
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Anyone have experience registering yearlings with AQHA?

We have a lovely Dun filly from our now deceased mare. Mare was in foal when we purchased her. She was double registered, foundation, and was the sweetest mare. We've dealt with the Dutch and German registries but never the AQHA. What a lesson!!!

Evidentially, stallion papers were filed prior to former owner's death. Our mare is now deceased. We weren't going to incur the cost for registration because filly cannot be shown. Boarding barn thought it was a good idea to clean her pen with harrow while she was in it. She lost front extensor but is generally sound. Any idea how to proceed? AQHA is less than cooperative.
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    01-05-2013, 06:09 PM
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It's a fiasco I know: but I guess what I'm asking is how do you finalize registration papers when the stallions owner is now deceased?
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    01-05-2013, 10:53 PM
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Do you have the mare's papers in hand? Has she been DNA'd?
     
    01-05-2013, 11:17 PM
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Buy saying stallion papers were filed are you meaning the breeding report was filed?? if it was filed then she should be listed on the breeding report & an application of registration for said foal should have been sent to stallion owner or is on file with AQHA. If you are listed on paper as owner of dam at time of foaling then you should be able to receive or have released to you that application.Registration price goes up as horse gets older so you will be paying a bit more for yearling{$150 for member}. If mare has not a DNA on file, that may be a problem.
     
    01-06-2013, 07:53 AM
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It's a fiasco I know: but I guess what I'm asking is how do you finalize registration papers when the stallions owner is now deceased?
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Papers in hand and dam's side is good to go. Called around because we originally saw the mare on open range and liked her. Problem is fellow who sold mare to us (in foal) was in hospital dying of cancer. Breeding papers were filed, he also owned stallon, but by time foal was born he had died and I don't know an of his family. His wife and son are also deceasded.
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    01-06-2013, 08:00 AM
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Buy saying stallion papers were filed are you meaning the breeding report was filed?? if it was filed then she should be listed on the breeding report & an application of registration for said foal should have been sent to stallion owner or is on file with AQHA. If you are listed on paper as owner of dam at time of foaling then you should be able to receive or have released to you that application.Registration price goes up as horse gets older so you will be paying a bit more for yearling{$150 for member}. If mare has not a DNA on file, that may be a problem.
Sorry, I meant breeding papers. AQHA said they were sent but who knows where they are, probably thrown away. AQHA seems to think we're either psychic or best friends with this family. Ugh! What a mess. On another note, why is the AQHA so difficult to contact and why are they so nasty? The other breed registries were very polite. Can't we just have hr DNA typed and be done with it?
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    01-06-2013, 05:49 PM
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I've not had a problem dealing with AQHA. If they say the breeders report was indeed filed & your mare was on the report then they should be able to send you as owner of dam at time of foaling the foals registration application.Unless they have misunderstood what you are asking , the stallion breeding report was not in order,or your mare needs DNA on file then I don't see why they can't help. The last few years I have always done my registrations on line & when you go in the ask to register foal that breeders certificate/application is there in the computer records to fill out.They also still send out the hard copy to stallion owner { indeed that copy may have been lost with the passing of stallion owner} but they would still have the record of the mating in their records,so you should still be able to get it.Are you an AQHA member & tried look for it online??
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    01-06-2013, 06:18 PM
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Yes we are members. Problem seems to be everytime we talk to them we get a different answer. Last time we were told to research deceased owner's relatives, find his executor and they could have them sign off on the paperwork. My response - sayyyyy what?
     
    01-06-2013, 06:23 PM
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Who, on paper, own the mare at the time of the foal's birth?
     
    01-06-2013, 06:53 PM
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Originally Posted by 66Domino    
Yes we are members. Problem seems to be everytime we talk to them we get a different answer. Last time we were told to research deceased owner's relatives, find his executor and they could have them sign off on the paperwork. My response - sayyyyy what?
Sounds like something is missing in either the stallion breeding report or your mare not being transferred in your name,that requires previous owners signature.It is a hassle trying to get that!!a sign off from the next of kin especially when you don't know were to even start looking. I helped a lady in trying to sell her late husbands APHA mares,they were in his name{AQHA works much the same}.Found buyers for the mares but Had to get paper from APHA signed from lawyer to give her signing authority etc before registration papers could be transferred.
     

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