Originally Posted by Eastowest
You don't send anything to JC unless you need them to have you listed as her owner of record fro some reason, and then, all you send is a form, NOT her original certificate. JC, unlike most breeds, doesn't want to ever see her registration certificate again, LOL. They don't record ownership changes on the certificate-- the buyer and seller do that by signing it.
My adult TB mares both have JC certificates which say "Certificate of Foal Registration"-- just means they were registered as a foal from the listed parentage, I believe.
Ok makes sense. So we both sign the back to "transfer" ownership and I hold on the the papers as the owner...
If I wanted to breed her (99% sure this would NEVER happen) then I would need to send a Transfer of Ownership paper to JC, correct? Is there a time limit on this though? Like would I need to send this within a year of me acquiring her?