Searching a Hanoverian's Life Number
 
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Hello everyone,

 

I'm new to WikiHorseWorld, and I'm hoping to find some information. I'm trying to search the lineage of a horse. He belongs to a friend of mine, and I've been trying for weeks, in vain, to find the name's of his sire and dam. He is a purebred Hanoverian, so he has a three-digit life number branded onto his neck, and he has the standard "H" brand carried by the breed. I do not know which country he was born in, but I have contacted the Hanoverian society's in Australia, Germany, and the USA; I am waiting for their replys. If anyone has a way for me to search for his genetic information, or can help to point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it. Also, if anyone thinks that can get this information for me, I'd be happy to provide the horses name, life number, and any other information I have that they might need. I don't need a copy of his pedigree or any papers, I'd just really like to suprise my friend with the names of his sire and dam, which at this point are entirely unknown.

 

Thanks for all your time,

MustangFilly77

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