So I just recently bought a new horse, she is registered with the APHA (she is a breeding stock, though I don't think that makes a diffrenece since she is still registered with the APHA) anyways, her papers were never transfered into the old owners name when she bought her. The breeder of her, is still the only name on the papers (saying she is till the current owner). A person bought cricket from the breeder and never put cricket in her name, then the person I bought cricket from never put cricket in her name. So my question is, how much will it cost me now to get cricket tansfered into my name? I know with the AQHA it cost an extra $100 if the person you bought the horse from, didnt transfer them into there name. And is it going to cost even more since there were two owners who didnt transfer cricket into there name? When the breeder sold cricket, she wrote her name and put a date on the back of the papers, were it says the sale/transfer part. So does that mean I will have to send these papers to the APHA, get a new one, then send it to the person I bought cricket from, and have them right the date of sale and sign it, then have them send it back to me, the re-send it back to the APHA, then they will send me a new copy with my name on it? Im afraid this is going to cost me a butt load, since I am also not a member of the APHA, and do I also have to become a member first before I can even get cricket put into my name???