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Looking up a supposed registered QH
I'm new here and I wondered if anyone could point me in the right direction????
I just got a new large pony mare today and was told that she is a registered QH perhaps around 6/7yrs old. I would like to know if she is a QH and if so her DOB so I know her age for sure, I just like to know these things, lol. I was given her name "Springer San Peppy".
Thanks so much in advance
Usually allbreedspedigree.com has most registered horses pedigrees (although they don't have my registered QH) but I searched your horse and couldn't find her pedigree. If she is registered, you should have signed a horse transfer paper thing from AQHA that has her pedigree on it.
If you are looking for pedigree. You could try All Breed Pedigree. Or if you want to pay a fee, join the AQHA. They keep pretty good records.
I tried several variations of "Springer San Peppy" on AQHA and APHA without any luck. Do you have any more information or possible names of sire or dam?
Horses on allbreed are added by anyone. You can add your QH if you'd like, but it's not an "official" website, meaning someone could say their horse Bingo is by Secretariat and out of Zenyatta and it would show up.
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my boy isnt on there either, but I have his pedigree and transfer papers (havent sent them in yet.. oops.)
Would the past owners have a copy of the pedigree or know the parents names?
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