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    Doing some research for a friend. Did a couple of searches on-line last night and wasn't too successful. Nice mare is Oldenburg/Belgian cross - sire and dam are both registered with respective registries (although I don't know which is which). Sport horse registry perhaps? Any other options?

    Thanks!

    Turns out the sire is the Oldenburg and it's Frohwind . . .
    Last edited by Tiger Horse; Jan. 6, 2012, 01:20 AM. Reason: I can't spell today!
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    if you just want her recorded for bloodline/awards you can go AWS. Approval for breeding since she is not 100% draft can be obtained also through them

    http://www.americanwarmblood.org/eligibility.html
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      are sire/dam breeding approved with any registry or just registered?
      Nothing says "I love you" like a tractor. (Clydejumper)

      The reports states, “Elizabeth reported that she accidently put down this pony, ........, at the show.”

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        is Belgian referring to the draft breed or to Belgian warmblood?
        Nothing says "I love you" like a tractor. (Clydejumper)

        The reports states, “Elizabeth reported that she accidently put down this pony, ........, at the show.”

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          #5
          Originally posted by SGray View Post
          are sire/dam breeding approved with any registry or just registered?
          I believe they are just registered, not approved with any registry - but, I will double check. Thanks!
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            #6
            Originally posted by Nootka View Post
            if you just want her recorded for bloodline/awards you can go AWS. Approval for breeding since she is not 100% draft can be obtained also through them

            http://www.americanwarmblood.org/eligibility.html
            Thanks!
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              #7
              Originally posted by SGray View Post
              is Belgian referring to the draft breed or to Belgian warmblood?
              Sorry, Belgian as in the draft breed . . .
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tiger Horse View Post
                Any other options?

                Thanks!
                yes, send me $250 and I will write you up some papers; add $100 if you want Registry #0001, add $500 if you want to name the Registry

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                  Originally posted by clanter View Post
                  yes, send me $250 and I will write you up some papers; add $100 if you want Registry #0001, add $500 if you want to name the Registry
                  Hey, no one laugh, a female started her own vanity registry for gaited Appy's. Charge people big bucks for regular Indian shufflers. I knew a lady who bought her Apps from the female and was shocked to find it wasn't a recognized registry. I say female instead of lady because from talking with her on the phone, she was just plain vile.

                  So, if anyone is creative, here's niche.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by clanter View Post
                    yes, send me $250 and I will write you up some papers; add $100 if you want Registry #0001, add $500 if you want to name the Registry

                    http://fromdressagehorsetocowpony.blogspot.com/

                    "I am still under the impression that there is nothing alive quite so beautiful as a thoroughbred horse." -- John Galsworthy

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by goneriding24 View Post
                      Hey, no one laugh, a female started her own vanity registry for gaited Appy's. Charge people big bucks for regular Indian shufflers. I knew a lady who bought her Apps from the female and was shocked to find it wasn't a recognized registry. I say female instead of lady because from talking with her on the phone, she was just plain vile.

                      So, if anyone is creative, here's niche.
                      If you're talking about the Tiger Horse Registry - I actually registered my gaited mare with them! It wasn't expensive and since I had no idea what my mare's actual breeding was- she did fit all the criteria - it was nice to be able to tell people something when they asked me what breed she was . . .

                      Don't know who you dealt with and when, but all the folks there were extremely helpful during the process.
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                        Originally posted by goneriding24 View Post
                        Hey, no one laugh, a female started her own vanity registry for gaited Appy's.

                        So, if anyone is creative, here's niche.
                        Sorry - I'm taking this off topic for a second I own a Fjord X, and regularly joke about creating a registry for the "Norwegan Warmblood Pony" just for him!
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                          Originally posted by Tiger Horse View Post
                          If you're talking about the Tiger Horse Registry - I actually registered my gaited mare with them! It wasn't expensive and since I had no idea what my mare's actual breeding was- she did fit all the criteria - it was nice to be able to tell people something when they asked me what breed she was . . .

                          Don't know who you dealt with and when, but all the folks there were extremely helpful during the process.
                          No, not that one. I used to know some of those gals. It's been years since I talked to any of them. I'm talking about a single female who had a registry. It was basically a vanity registry.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Far_North_Equestrian View Post
                            Sorry - I'm taking this off topic for a second I own a Fjord X, and regularly joke about creating a registry for the "Norwegan Warmblood Pony" just for him!
                            Far_North, I own the foundation mare (and sole registrant) of the Redneck Warmblood registry.
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                              Originally posted by Far_North_Equestrian View Post
                              Sorry - I'm taking this off topic for a second I own a Fjord X, and regularly joke about creating a registry for the "Norwegan Warmblood Pony" just for him!
                              Great minds think alike.... FNE

                              I have a Clydsdale/Standardbred cross. I invented my own "registry" so when non-horsie people say "Ooooh, what breed is she?!" I can confidently say "Oh, Penny is an American Cob."

                              I now return you to your regular thread.
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                                Originally posted by Tiger Horse View Post
                                Doing some research for a friend. Did a couple of searches on-line last night and wasn't too successful. Nice mare is Oldenburg/Belgian cross - sire and dam are both registered with respective registries (although I don't know which is which). Sport horse registry perhaps? Any other options?

                                Thanks!

                                Turns out the sire is the Oldenburg and it's Frohwind . . .
                                perhaps a Certificate of Pedigree....would that work for you?
                                Nothing says "I love you" like a tractor. (Clydejumper)

                                The reports states, “Elizabeth reported that she accidently put down this pony, ........, at the show.”

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by goneriding24 View Post
                                  Hey, no one laugh, a female started her own vanity registry for gaited Appy's. Charge people big bucks for regular Indian shufflers. I knew a lady who bought her Apps from the female and was shocked to find it wasn't a recognized registry. I say female instead of lady because from talking with her on the phone, she was just plain vile.

                                  So, if anyone is creative, here's niche.
                                  Something similar happened with Irish Sport Horses. Someone who owned a stallion who failed the IDHSNA inspection started her own registry. Someone on COTH mentioned that a friend had bought a filly from that person and was surprised to learn that it wasn't a bona fide registry.

                                  When I went to the website there were pictures of Irish horses "on the farm and for sale" One was Sophie, another was her mom Beeza and three belong to PatO aka Columbus
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                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by SGray View Post
                                    perhaps a Certificate of Pedigree....would that work for you?
                                    Might - not sure what her objective is, although I don't think she'll be breeding this mare. Registration just might be to make her more marketable . . .
                                    Last edited by Tiger Horse; Jan. 6, 2012, 12:17 PM. Reason: correction
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