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Ok here's my dilemma-
I recently purchased a TB from my trainer, and he is registered but I don't know his registered name or his birth date or his dam or sire...or anything about his papers lol. And I trust my trainer that he is registered but I won't see his papers until Thursday (she is out of town for a family emergency) and because of her family situation I feel guilty about calling/txting her and bugging her about his registered name etc. So is there any way I can find his papers with the info I have- He is a TB, a gelding, 16.2, Bay and roughly 14-15 yrs old and he has no white markings (maybe a partial coronet on his left hind, but it is more of a roaning rather than a true marking) and I know my trainers name (his papers are still in her name) which I'm not going release without her permission.
 

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There would be no harm in texting her asking just start the text off saying I hope everything is okay or something about whatever may be going on then say if you don't mind when you get a chance could you text me the horse's reg name.....something along those lines.
If she does not answer then you will know she is busy, just one text wont do any harm because it gives her the option if and when she answers.
 

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Maybe a dumb question here...If the horse is a thoroughbred and is registered, the only site for TB registration is the Jockey Club which means the horse has a tattoo on the underside of the upper lip; you can run the tattoo through the Jockey Club site.
 

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I am not sure if he was actually run but I will check for a tattoo today, I also sent her a txt like you suggested Sierra.
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Update:
Apparently he isn't registered :( the contract he used was a general template and she forgot to change it. On the bright side I found out he's half warm blood which would explain a lot because he is built much better than most tbs, with only his head and his shoulders looking like a tbs. I was a little disappointed at first but I've always wanted a warm blood, so I got one (well half) in a horse I love!
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