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post #1 of 5 Old 10-24-2012, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Dutch Warmbloods - Registered vs Not

I purchased a Dutch Warmblood last year and was told she was not registered. Turns out, through a bit of research by myself and others, that she is registered. I am curious...does a simple registration make a difference in the value of the horse? I have insurance and would like to know if I need to adjust that based on the fact of registration.

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Like stated above it does, for many reasons, safety for the owner and horse. With registration papers all the marks and parrten of color is put down with ussaly a foal picture, the breeders, and any past owners name, location and such printed on it.
There is very important information on every registraion paper, if you have one make a copy and keep it very safe!
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post #4 of 5 Old 10-24-2012, 03:27 PM
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Do you know who's listed as owner on her registration papers? Can you contact them and have them send the papers on to you?

You're going to need to get her papers in order to have them transferred to your name, or it's kind of useless information knowing that she's actually registered. If you turn around and try to sell her as a registered animal, you're going to need the registration paperwork to hand to the new owner.
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Thanks for the replies you guys. I don't know who is on the papers....yet. The barn I purchased her from would not give me ANY information like that when I purchased her. Thought it was a bit odd. Then I called and left a voice mail with the lady about the brand inspection and why that was not done. She did not ever call me back on that. So after doing some digging online I find where the same horse was sold up in Utah to a family here in Colorado. I was able to find the trainers name up in Utah and she actually called me back yesterday. Told me the horse had a lifetime registration and the name of the owners in Utah and that the registration was transferred with the sale. She did not recall the owners name here in Colorado but did have the name of the trainer here. So I have left a voice mail with the trainer her and I am working to get a brand inspection taken care of. So hopefully I will have the former owners name soon.
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