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  1. #1
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    Default registration options, if any?

    I have an Old/tb out of a deceased, never presented to a wb registry mare. I have the certificate of mating. this colt, now a gelding, sired two foals before being gelded. One out of a tb mare, one out of a Holsteiner mare. They are beautiful yearlings, with four whites and blazes, just like their sire. What choices/options do I have for registering them, if any???
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    In terms of registration, probably only AWS & PHR. Alot depends on the registration of the dam(s).

    In terms of APPROVAL, you could probably go into some of the lower books of OldNA and/or RPSI if the foals are fillies.

    You can prove parentage on the sire via DNA; if the dams are still alive you could have them DNA'ed as well (if they aren't already).



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