AQHA with AQHA/APHA Dam
I was wondering if someone had any advice to this. My AQHA mare's dam is double registered(been confirmed) AQHA/APHA. Both sire and dam was owned and sold by my aunt. We know where the mare and stallion had went, but the mare's contact may have been lost, but i'll recheck that. New owners haven't transfered mare's papers. The sire(now a gelding) has new owners who have transfered the papers, but i'm not sure whether AQHA can help me get ahold the sire owners or not so i can hlep get her registered too. I think some of the dams lines weren't solid registered but i'll have to recheck. Also, the stallion that i'm looking at has produced all non-solid foals with paints so far. Is there a chance of a paint foal sense the possiblity of the dam? I'm also waiting on APHA to respond to this as far as registery. Any advice?:wink:
Ok not really sure what you are asking.
However what I am getting is that you have a mare. She is registered with AQHA? Her dam was double registered with AQHA and APHA? Correct so fare?
So what is it you want to know? If you can get your mare registered with APHA also? Yes it is possible but it might cost you a bit to do so. Will have to get a registration certificate from recorded owner of sire and dam at time of breeding and dam at time of foaling.
Then what is you want to know? If you breed to a stallion known to through white what are the chances? There are a lot of variables on that one. I have a mare who has produced 2 crop out QH out of 2. Could be the next 10 foals will have no white what so ever. Just depends on many factors.
She is registered AQHA yes. Yes her dam is double registered. I'm wanting to get her registered there too. The mares unknown but I was told I needed to get ahold of the sires new owner to get the paperwork filled out. It really is complicated sorry to confuse you. I'm wondering if shell give a paint because of the fact the stud have given off all paint with paint mares and he is AQHA wi little white.
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First call APHA and explain it to them and ask what you need to do. That is your best bet as they are familiar with all the rules and what you need to do.
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