Originally Posted by PaintHorseMares
If I read this right, he IS registered with the APHA, but previous transfers were never done, so he is not registered to you. In any case, you can't get a breeding certificate from the APHA until that is corrected and he has his stallion listing, so to be upfront, please make sure that anyone interested knows that.
As I said, When I bred him to MY mare, he was registered to the owner that had him before the man before us bought him. He's been passed through family members. As of now, he's only up for 2014. So I do infact have a breeding certificate to the foal about to hit the ground. He hasn't been bred since my mare was bred. We just recently put him up, and until I get him back in the arena we won't get many interested for 2014, just close friends who would like a patterened foal. If they don't want to register, than he is bred to their mare. If they want to register, they can only breed or AI in 2014.