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Date Posted: 21:03:06 08/09/12 Thu
Author: Amy
Subject: Friesian Registration
In reply to: Micah 's message, "Friesian Registration" on 21:12:27 08/07/12 Tue

Congrats on your new mare and foal. I too am fairly new to Friesian ownership. I would strongly recommend contacting the people at FHANA about if your foal is eligable for registration. I have found them to be very nice and helpful - www.fhana.com.

From what I have learned I know the Friesian registry is very strict about registration. Do you know if your mare's sire and dam were registered? If they were you might be able to get her studbook approved, which would be required before the foal would be eligible. The FPS registry is one of the most strict in the world and not all purebred Friesians are accepted into the studbook, they must first pass an inspection. Given this, I don't know that it will be possible for your foal to be registerable through FPS, but it is worth checking into with the registry. You might also check out www.friesianshowhorse.com I am not sure what their requirements are, but they do allow part bred Friesians to show (FPS & FPZV do not recognize or allow registered Friesians to be cross bred). If your mare can not be registered you might be able to register the foal as a part bred since the sire has full papers. Do you know if the sire is an approved sire or just a registered stallion? If he is not an approved breeding stallion that will also affect your foals registration. All very complicated, but one of the reasons I have become a Friesian owner and breeder - I love just how strict they are!

Best of luck!!

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