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  1. #21
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    I just brought a stallion over in January and I was told he had to be under 18 months to avoid CEM testing. Not that I really was paying attention since he was turning 4 anyway.



  2. #22
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    I imported a foal back in 2010, and she was still quarantined for 72 hours. And the bill for that 72 hours was...impressive...
    It stands for "First Time Mare Owner"



  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by titan View Post
    I just brought a stallion over in January and I was told he had to be under 18 months to avoid CEM testing. Not that I really was paying attention since he was turning 4 anyway.

    From the USDA-APHIS site:

    "Stallions and mares under 731 days of age are exempt from CEM testing if the horse has never been bred. Geldings of any age are exempt from CEM testing."



  4. #24
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    Yes, hoping to get him here before he hits 2 (end of April). If I don't make the time frame, he will be boarded there till I can line the coffers for a full mature stallion import
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    I would think Klatte/Dutta can do that pretty quickly. They got my mare a flight pretty quickly and she only got held up waiting for test results.
    Born under a rock and owned by beasts!



  6. #26
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    I'll be calling Dutta on Monday!

    Thanks GAEventer, got your message!
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  7. #27
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    Klatte and than directly into Toronto - I accompanied Horses on that route from Frankfurt. Has been a few years back though.
    Why via NY ?
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  8. #28
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    People I have actually talked to (shippers) have said its more likely to get a flight to Ny than to Toronto. We don't have nearly as much traffic common into Toronto. So, if there IS a flight here, I would take it, but the window is much smaller according to the folks I have chatted with so far.
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