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    06-19-2010, 01:39 AM
  #11
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Is there an age limit for inspection? I don't have access to the mare, my friend sold her out of the area.
     
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    06-19-2010, 06:59 AM
  #12
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Originally Posted by danastark    
Is there an age limit for inspection? I don't have access to the mare, my friend sold her out of the area.
I don't believe so and in fact any horse under 3 cannot be inspected for "BREEDING" approval as they are not fully mature. Most registries will require the horse to be 3 or over. They can be inspected at various ages depending on the registry involved. I would look up the rules in this regard to whatever registry you hope to have her in.

Your biggest problem is going to be proving your filly is by who you say she is. If the dam never got approved and probably never got any papers you will have your work cut out for you.

The other problem is did the dam actually have JC (jockey club) papers to prove she was TB?? If you cannot prove any of this then the ISR will probably not accept her. The AWR and AWS would though.
     
    06-19-2010, 09:06 PM
  #13
Yearling
I believe my friend has the papers to prove Jewel is from Devon Heir, not sure about the mare. Thanks! Jewel's in that awkward, "all legs, butt high" phase right now but she sure can move, so balanced you could put a glass of water on her back when she canters and it looks like it wouldn't spill! Can't wait to ride her someday, several years out though :) She's been spoiled rotten so working on reversing that and getting some ground manners into her.
     
    06-19-2010, 10:26 PM
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I believe my friend has the papers to prove Jewel is from Devon Heir, not sure about the mare. Thanks! .
That will help in seeking papers from AWR or AWS but without JC papers on the mare I don't believe the ISR will accept her. Papers in your friends hands will do nothing for you. If you have the filly you should have ALL papers relating to this horse. Your friend does not need them so why does she have them?

If the ISR will accept her (assuming there are no JC papers on the dam) then it will be the lowest book. That may or may not be a benefit.

Right now if I were you I would look at the AWR for registration with the AWS as a second choice.

This is based on her age, breeding papers (or lack of them) and cost.
     
    06-20-2010, 12:11 PM
  #15
Yearling
I'm still keeping Jewel at my friend's until I get another corral put up at my place to bring her home. Haven't transferred everything over so she still has all her records and such.

Is AWS the same registry that I could take my PMU draft cross to if I wanted to register him?
     
    06-20-2010, 12:53 PM
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Is AWS the same registry that I could take my PMU draft cross to if I wanted to register him?
Yes but you do have a choice with the filly between AWR and AWS. The PMU would not be accepted with the AWR as they have a no draft policy ( not more than 25% draft).

The AWS discourages draft crosses that don't look like the more refined type so that you will have to decide whether placing your draft cross there or not. The filly from what I saw should be placed quite high in the AWS but I would wait until it is 3 years old to do the inspection.
     
    06-22-2010, 05:30 PM
  #17
Yearling
No, definitely way more than 25% draft in him!! Since he's a gelding, guess there's really no reason for registering him. Just curious.

While Jewel moves very nicely, she's really funny looking right now at just turned 2! Butt high, all legs. Can't wait to bring her home and let her stretch out and build some muscle. She's always in a 24X24 with a round pen for turnout. We have pastures so she'll finally get to put those long legs to use!

Thanks for sharing your knowledge!
     

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