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    10-19-2010, 08:49 PM
?? regarding horse description on AQHA papers

Was filling out my transfer paper for Calamity and noticed that in the description on the back of her registration paper, it says she's got a star (she does) a left hind sock and a partial right hind sock. She does not have a partial right hind sock. The breeder goofed. Do I need to contact AQHA when I send in my transfer paper and let them know, or just drop it? Just wondering if somewhere down the road, if I were to sell her, would it matter if the description doesn't match?

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    10-19-2010, 09:00 PM
I don't exactly know how you'd go about fixing it. I would personally contact AQHA and see what they recommend.

Maybe it's just me but when I bought my mare I made sure the paper work was all correct and she had the markings her papers said she had. It was a kind of making sure I had the right papers for the right horse kinda deal in my mind. It's there for a reason and would think it should be correct.
    10-19-2010, 09:09 PM
I would definitely have it fixed. If I were looking to buy a registered horse and papers were important to me, I wouldn't buy a horse that didn't match the papers.
    10-19-2010, 09:14 PM
Let me know what you find out. Soda's papers are off too. He has a small snip that's not listed on his papers. I'm thinking it was one of those "Oh it's so small it'll disappear" things.

If I can find my registration numbers and such I'll let you know what they tell me.

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