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post #11 of 18 Old 10-25-2011, 09:06 AM
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*bangs head on wall* Kiviknon, he is by an imported, frozen semen FabrianoxPik Bube stallion, who is currently in contention for the London Olympic team in dressage, who has an outstanding reputation as both a riding horse and as a 'super sire', always stamping his progeny with his type, excellent paces and brilliant temperament. He is also in the top 5% of dressage stallions in the FN index (woldwide). He is out of a performance tested, hanoverian stud book approved thoroughbred mare. She was noted, out of all Australian stud book mares, to be of 'perfect' type to be breeding with hanoverians, by the head of the German hanoverian stud book.
I have met 4 other horses by the same stallion bred by the stud I bought my yearling from. All have been absolutely exceptional and said to have been 'born broken in'. The same stud also bred the top scoring hanoverian foal at the last hanoverian classifaction tour of the country, by the same stallion as my youngster.
I think I have a 'slight' idea of why I bought him, not just for the 'H' on his backside ;)
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post #12 of 18 Old 10-25-2011, 09:56 AM
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Are you trying to register for showing or breeding purposes? IMO, I've never worried about papers bacause I don't do either. I've had some that were registered & some that were not. My opininon has always been, you can't ride papers

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post #13 of 18 Old 10-25-2011, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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thanks for all your comments, im registering her for the 2012 show season. I doubt ill ever sell her so what be have been telling me is to register as a warmblood. Your thoughts? Also someone commented saying that they don't know the registries in the states , im in canada lol
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my other mare is registered with performance horse registry... is that my best bet?

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post #15 of 18 Old 10-25-2011, 06:44 PM
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Don't know the registries in Canada either, I'm in Australia ;)

Check with your countries warmblood society, I know a few people have mentioned that the US warmblood society is not terribly reputable and allow just about everything in as a warmblood, not sure if Canada would be a similar scenario but you might get away with registering her as a wb sport horse if they're not overly fussy about what they accept into the registry. I will still stress the fact however, that a perch x tb does not give you a warmblood as in, a recognised warmblood breed.

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Don't know the registries in Canada either, I'm in Australia ;)

Check with your countries warmblood society, I know a few people have mentioned that the US warmblood society is not terribly reputable and allow just about everything in as a warmblood, not sure if Canada would be a similar scenario but you might get away with registering her as a wb sport horse if they're not overly fussy about what they accept into the registry. I will still stress the fact however, that a perch x tb does not give you a warmblood as in, a recognised warmblood breed.

The CSHA will not accept this horse. Mainly because the parents (or at least one) MUST be registered with CSHA.

For the CdnWarmblood. Yes it can be registered as they accept your money and don't inspect at the lowest grade ( auxiliary). To get breeding approval however is another thing entirely.

The AWS will come to Canada and inspect.
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Thanks Spyder, I have no idea about your registries!

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Send me $49.95 and I will register your horse in the Half Percherons United registry. For an additional 19.95 I'll include a hat and bumper sticker.
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