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Hanoverian Mare plus German Warmblood sire Equals?

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  • Hanoverian Mare plus German Warmblood sire Equals?

    My very good friend has a lovely approved Hanoverian mare in foal to a German Warmblood stallion....anyone have the quick run down on what if any inspections this foal can participate in? It hopefully be directed towards the hunter ring so not super critical, but it would be nice to get it branded.

    Thanks!
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    Depends on the stallion's approvals. What registries is he approved with?
    Find that out, then find out about getting the mare approved with one of the registries he's approved with.
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    • #3
      It will depend on what registries the stallion is approved with and whether the mare can be inspected and approved with that registry. No one can answer this question without more information.
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        #4
        He has an Oldenburg registry number... is that helpful?
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        • #5
          It's a start, but registration and approval are two entirely different things. Can you provide a link to the stallion?
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            Originally posted by RunningwaterWBs View Post
            Depends on the stallion's approvals. What registries is he approved with?
            Find that out, then find out about getting the mare approved with one of the registries he's approved with.
            Yes. If the sire is approved in registries in Germany, his get should be able to get into any american registry. Standards are different here in USA and a lot of horses get approved her that wouldn't be approved in Germany.

            Is the mare a hannoverian from Germany?

            While a stud may be in the oldenburg registry, he may also be approved in other registries. So the owner needs to check it out.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gotrocks View Post
              He has an Oldenburg registry number... is that helpful?
              In a word, no. Is he approved with any registries? If so, which? Otherwise, doubtful any registry will register the resultant foal.
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              • #8
                It would be much more accurate to say that if the sire is approved in a German registry he would likely be accepted by some American registries - emphasis on some, as in not all registries. There are a number of registries here that have identical qualifications to their German counterparts.

                Originally posted by WildandWickedWarmbloods View Post
                Yes. If the sire is approved in registries in Germany, his get should be able to get into any american registry. Standards are different here in USA and a lot of horses get approved her that wouldn't be approved in Germany.
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                • #9
                  It is very easy: ask the stallion owner where the stallion is approved with, did he do a stallion test or anything else to keep that approval and transform it to a lifetime one. Well and if mare is hanoverian branded and stallion Oldenburg. You "just" Need to ask the registries the stallion is approved with whether they would approve the hanoverian mare (hanoverian mares can be approved by a lot of registries - so chances are biggger...)
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                  • #10
                    If he's got an Old registry number, that means he's registered Oldenburg, as opposed to German Warmblood. They can only be registered with one.

                    Does "German Warmblood" here mean that's who he's approved with?
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                    • #11
                      Some registries have quit the practice of branding in the US. If the mare is Hanoverian and the stallion is approved OLD, without asking you to post a bunch of details on both, the easiest and most sure way to check would be to email the registered names and registration numbers to Oldenburg and Hanoverian and inquire with their respective contacts if the foal (or in case of OLD the mare and foal) would be eligible for inspection and approval. Additionally, for many of the registries, the mare will have to be inspected and approved in the mare book of the registry that the foal is to be entered in. Being in the mare books is different than just being in a registry (it should be noted on the mare's passport if she is in a mare book). Oldenburg rule book for registrations is at the OHBS website under breeding - inspections - rule book. Maybe follow those two paths and if those aren't an option, post, and breeders can possibly give you more suggestions.

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