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  1. #1
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    Default Looking into different registries...

    Just curious, which registry(s) do not require the foal to be inspected to be registered (once the mare has had her initial inspection)?
    I think CWHBA & SWANA but just wondering about others...
    Cindy's Warmbloods
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    What about the Continental Studbook?
    Ryu Equestrian & Facebook Page
    Sakura Hill Farm & Facebook Page
    Boarding, Training, Consignment Sales & Breeding
    Osteen & Gainesville, Florida.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy's Warmbloods View Post
    which registry(s) do not require the foal to be inspected to be registered
    Hanoverian, & Dutch



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    MCarverS, I don't think they are recognized by the WBFSH (atleast I have never heard of them ;-) and was kind of hoping to stick with a registry that was. But I will definately look through it as I have never heard of them, thanks!
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    The ATA doesn't make you have a foal inspected to be registered.
    Emerald Acres standing the ATA Approved Stallion, Tatendrang. Visit us at our Facebook Farm Page as well!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy's Warmbloods View Post
    MCarverS, I don't think they are recognized by the WBFSH (atleast I have never heard of them ;-) and was kind of hoping to stick with a registry that was. But I will definately look through it as I have never heard of them, thanks!
    They aren't (they are fairly new), but they are working towards becoming recognized I believe.
    Ryu Equestrian & Facebook Page
    Sakura Hill Farm & Facebook Page
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    The AWS does not require foal inspections, And they are members of WBFSH



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    Zangersheide. Top ten in the WBFSH studbook rankings (showjumping), and the mare doesn't need to be inspected. All of our foals are registered Z.
    Small Spark Farm Performance Horses: Home of Bellerophon
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