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Date Posted: 16:55:25 09/11/09 Fri
Author: Kelsey
Subject: Foal
In reply to: Janet 's message, "Registering a foal; the breeder or me?" on 18:03:53 09/05/09 Sat

Hi Janet,
I believe FHANA is correct, and in anycase, since they are the ones who deal with registration on a regular basis, they should know how they need the registration data for their purposes. In my mind, the fact that the breeder did not inform you at once of the early weaning and is trying to get you to take the foal as soon as possible is somewhat suspicious.
The normal procedure is for the breeder to organize the microchipping and DNA test of the foal. They pull hair from both the filly and the mother for comparison (at least in past years when this procedure was done at the inspection), so the dam has to be present when the vet takes the sample, which means it has to be done on their farm, if this is still the procedure.

I am not sure what this means in terms of ownership/registration, since you already own the foal. It is possible the paperwork may be somewhat more complex. Have you tried asking anyone else who bought a foal in-utero? I might be able to put you in contact with someone, or you could try the Friesian Yahoo group, which is a good resource of Friesian people who may have run across this problem.

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