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  1. #1
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    Default Any advantage to being in a different Registry

    So I have a mare the was inspected as a foal (premium) and then for the mare book with Old NA.
    She is Holsteiner on top and old, old Rhinelander/Westfalen on the bottom.
    sire is Reno (Riverman) GP jumper, dam is Lovely Lady (Barring)http://sporthorse-data.com/d?d=barri...ar=&birthland= GP jumper.
    She is being bred to Edelweiss de Bonce this yr. So that being said and with her having a lot of jumper blood is there any advantage to getting her inspected/registered with another warmblood reg? i.e SF,Holsteiner that has more of a reputation for producing jumpers?

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    It's the horse that makes the difference, not the registry. You can have great jumper genes on both sides of the family and have them turn out a dressage horse. What do you do then with a jumper registry? Isn't Edelweiss de Bonce approved with OLD NA, anyway?
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    Isn't the SF non-existant in the US now anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nootka View Post
    Isn't the SF non-existant in the US now anyway?
    If your mare is already approved or is registered SF you can still get SF papers if the stallion is approved, and Edelweiss is approved SF.

    But in OP case, I would probably just go ahead with the Oldenburg NA -- I'm not sure that it would make that much of a difference to most people if the resultant foal can jump

    Good luck with the match, I am a big fan of Edelweiss Can't wait to see the foals. Unfortuately, my mare who checked in foal to him last year slipped her foal
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    I'm so sorry you lost your foal SFstables
    I had to wait until this yr as my mare had a late foal last yr ao no folas for me this yr!
    Good luck for this year.
    BTW really like your boy. Maybe I can make it down there to see him sometime



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