Possibly because there are limited opportunities to present a stallion for inspection with AHHA in Canada? Or perhaps his owner felt funds were better directed elsewhere? The horse has only been available for the last year or so.
He is a Holsteiner, he is approved by several registries for breeding and you would have to check. He was not born in Canada, just resides here. The rest of the story is sad but he is in a good place now. The young horses/foals moved nice.
It might be easier to check with the one you want to register with, IF your seriously considering him. They may approve the foal based on performance requirments and pedigree (of Capone). Canadian Warmblood accepted the foal because he is accepted with the BWP.
I am interested in finding out more about how he has scored in conformation and basic gaits and what the various registries thought of him. I just like a lot of information. I think he is the right color, has the right pedigree but all I have is a jumping video so far. Also, I dont care about color per se, just not much or any white on this mare.