lost pedigree
 
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Hello, looking for help on finding a registration that was lost or never started, we bought our appy/QH ten years ago and the people we bought her from had her since she was 1 1/2.  They say they bought her in northern indiana and said she was able to be registered but never did, so how would we go about recovering her papers? does anyone have any suggestions?

please help,

thanks,

Gina

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Did you ever find the information you were looking for?  If not you could try either the Appaloosa Registries, QH Registries, or try to find a registry for Appy/QH.  Or if you can provide your horses full registered name I can try to help.........Good luck.......Linda

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