Benefits of registering?
I'm not sure where this would go but I suppose here is as good as any place!
If I get that mule, I am thinking of registering him with the American Donkey/Mule Society.
He is gelded but couldn't breed anyway even if he wasn't. What would be the benefit, if any, of registering him?
Resale if ever needed. Showing.
Mule's are naturally sterile , they can't reproduce, even mares.
Hehe I know, thats why I said he couldn't breed even if he wasn't gelded =P.
I am interested in showing him so I will get him registered. =)
I never registered Sammy although I probably should have. =/
Is there an age limit on when you can still register your horse?
you don't have to have a registered horse to show. They only need to be registered if you're going to breed shows and stuff like that.
I have a horse that isn't registered and we plan on showing in the summer.
sorry for the DP
I dont believe there is an age limit, but (i know from looking at aqha) that the longer you wait to register, the more expensive it is.
Do read this. It is quite good:
i would say the benefits for registering are the following:
increase in value as proven age and pedigree
saftey as you'll have documentation saying your the owner
could show if you want
I am sorry, that link doesn't appear to work. Here is this:
Just how important are those papers? - Trot.org Forums
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