Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Perth, Western Australia
• Horses: 0
Here in Australia, yes, your prefix goes in front of the names of horses you breed. So yes, Blazing Star Roy Rogers, Blazing Star Peter Pan etc. If you wanted letters, as Maverick was explaining them, you would have to register the combination of letters that you wanted as your prefix.
Something else you can do too, depending on the registering body of course, is register a suffix. This can be attached to a horses name (you usually apply and pay per individual horse you want it on). Say you have an amazing stud, and you show him a lot. His name could be CutesyPie Jim Bob. With your suffix applied, he becomes CutesyPie Jim Bob of Blazing Star. That way, people know where he is even though your prefix isn't on him, so you get free advertising when he does well in shows :)
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