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  1. #21

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    Just faxed in my three foals for this year! Thanks for reminding me.


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    Thanks for the reminder... the week got away from me and I almost forgot.

    I do recordings for my youngsters as a way to confirm ages and bloodlines since I don't register all of them. It also allows me to keep track of their performance. I guess I've been lucky as only one has had a name change so far and his owner did it properly.


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    I wish someone had told me this last year! Is there any advantage for recording a yearling vs. two year old?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurierace View Post
    I wish someone had told me this last year! Is there any advantage for recording a yearling vs. two year old?
    Yes. The price goes up each year until age 3.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurierace View Post
    I wish someone had told me this last year! Is there any advantage for recording a yearling vs. two year old?
    $85 dollars for a yearling
    $165 for a two year old
    $200 for three and older
    So yes a savings still
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    Here is the link. You can print it out and fax it in before the 1st.
    http://www.usef.org/documents/member...pplication.pdf
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    For those who haven't yet received their registration papers for weanlings, USEF will take a Coggins as proof of age.



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    Can you tell by looking at this if I did it for a lifetime or just for the year last year?

    REMARKABLE (5225807)
    Foal Date: 4/5/2011
    Breed: OLDENBURG
    Color: Bay Sex: M
    Sire: REDWINE
    Dam: QUITE AN EVENING
    Membership Type: HORSE ID ONLYBreed Registry Information:
    OR NA
    Horse Report
    LAURIE MCDOWELL
    BEL AIR, MD
    Owner ID:5225804
    Non-Member

    Breeder: MCDOWELL, LAURIE
    N/A USHJA Registered N/A
    Last edited by Moderator 1; Jan. 8, 2013 at 12:11 PM. Reason: make table more narrow



  9. #29

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    Quote Originally Posted by Home Again Farm View Post
    For those who haven't yet received their registration papers for weanlings, USEF will take a Coggins as proof of age.
    Coggins as proof of age? I put 'pending' on the 'Breed Registry Number' - that won't be good enough?



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    Laurierace, it looks like the horse has a number ONLY and does not have annual or lifetime recording--it says "horse ID only."

    Lifetime will say "life" under membership type.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Home Again Farm View Post
    For those who haven't yet received their registration papers for weanlings, USEF will take a Coggins as proof of age.
    I use a copy of my vet's foal exam form as it has all of the dates and breeding info included. If for some reason I don't have the form, USEF has always accepted a copy of the foal exam invoice.


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    Good to know, Tuckaway. I don't worry, as AHS has me covered.



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    I register mine while it's only $35 also, and I handle the transfers for the buyers when I sell my foals.

    The $35 foal registration fee might be the most reasonable fee anyone will ever pay in a horse's lifetime, lol!
    River Oaks Farm - home of the Elite Book Friesian Sporthorse Grand Prix dressage stallion Lexington - sire of four consecutive FSA National Inspection Champions. Endorsing the FSA.


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    Does USEF membership have to be current for it to count?



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    I stuck mine in the mail since it says payment must accompany the form and I didn't want to put it on the credit card. Hopefully that is good enough.



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    I am sending mine in today!

    So why is the silver stirrup so much more expensive?

    I bred mine so he is American bred and it would be nice to get the awards, so I did pay the one year fee, just curious about the program.



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