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    03-08-2011, 11:40 PM
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How to do registration paper photo's?

I have had gemma for a few years now, but only recently has she become mine, the owners gave her to me not long ago, she is registered but apparently needs the pictures for it?

So I'm guessing they need a front view, both sides and a rear view photo? But the forelock has to be pulled back? Possibly other photo's?

Any experts out there who can tell me what I need to do?
     
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    03-08-2011, 11:59 PM
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Look up the registry's website and find their rules for Registration. It'll have a list of what kind of photos need to be taken. If you cannot find their specifications, you can email them and ask.
     
    03-09-2011, 02:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Poseidon    
Look up the registry's website and find their rules for Registration. It'll have a list of what kind of photos need to be taken. If you cannot find their specifications, you can email them and ask.
I never even thought of that *smacks head*
Thankyou
     
    03-16-2011, 08:01 AM
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As was said, the registry websites tell you what they want. Both want each side, R makes a point to say all four legs showing. A wants two shots of the front of the face without the forelock, while R wants a full front and full rear view.
     
    03-20-2011, 01:27 PM
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I'm definitely no expert, but I read about photographs for registration papers for Appaloosas. Obviously your not registering an Appy, but it might be the same concept.

They would need at least four pictures. One of each side of the body, and the front and back. The horse needs to be cleaned, and all for legs need to be visible. (Do not stack the horse, make them stand somewhat staggered.) Get as close to the horse as you can, and make sure they are standing on a flat surface like a driveway. Take pictures of extra details that might not be as notacable in the larger pictures; as in the hooves, eyes, underbelly, under the tail. If your horse has a mane or forlock that covers their face or neck markings then take one picture with it down, then put it up.

Hope that helps. ^^
     
    03-21-2011, 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by ButtInTheDirt    
I'm definitely no expert, but I read about photographs for registration papers for Appaloosas. Obviously your not registering an Appy, but it might be the same concept.

They would need at least four pictures. One of each side of the body, and the front and back. The horse needs to be cleaned, and all for legs need to be visible. (Do not stack the horse, make them stand somewhat staggered.) Get as close to the horse as you can, and make sure they are standing on a flat surface like a driveway. Take pictures of extra details that might not be as notacable in the larger pictures; as in the hooves, eyes, underbelly, under the tail. If your horse has a mane or forlock that covers their face or neck markings then take one picture with it down, then put it up.

Hope that helps. ^^
Cool, it should help... But I suppose I should take the pictures before she gets overly hairy , she gets so hairy in winter her entire body grows white hair instead of buckskin, and you can't see her markings. She's like a miniature Mammoth
     

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