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Paper records, outdated software running on old computers and poorly built online systems are more trouble than they're worth. We've spent years perfecting a cloud-based pedigree system that's intuitive and easy-to-use.
  • Interactive pedigree charts made specifically for horses
  • List all of your horse's ancestors and progeny
  • Add photo slideshows, videos & stats to show off each horse
  • Add stats like breed, registration info, skills and awards

Experience the Ultimate Horse Pedigree System

Add a great Pedigree Chart easily! Learn more »

  1. Login or Join Now. Joining WikiHorseWorld is quick and free.
  2. Add the "Lead Horse." A box pops up to enter a few details.
  3. On the chart, click [Add Sire] & [Add Dam] to add ancestors.

About Our Pedigree System

Show off your horse's pedigree

Preserving your horse's lineage is fun and easy with our interactive pedigree charts.
  • List each horse's ancestors and progeny on an elegant pedigree chart
  • Add lots of details including breed, color, temperament and up to 3 sets of registry info
  • Link to your pedigree charts from your classified ads, your community profile or from Facebook
  • Show off each horse with unlimited photos, videos and slideshows

Pedigree charts are easy and interactive

You don't have to be a computer expert to use our Pedigree system. It's easy to add and edit horses.
  • Just click on any horse to view its pedigree chart instantly
  • Move forward or backwards through time by clicking ancestors and progeny
  • Click the Detail Tool to view details about the horse
  • Click the Edit Tool to add or edit details about the horse

All the details you need

Our free horse pedigree system includes a comprehensive pedigree detail page for every horse.
  • Includes breed, skills, achievements, awards and up to 3 sets of registration info
  • Perfect for horse breeders. Display elegant charts and details for all your horses on your website
  • Rich media including unlimited photos, rotating photo galleries, videos, text, stats and details
  • Customize your pedigree detail pages with an easy-to-use graphic editor

Perfect for horse registries

Horse registries across the country are retiring outdated software for our intuitive, cloud-based system.
  • Manage your database of registered horses in the cloud and display it on your website
  • Actively developed and updated: No more outdated systems running on an old computer
  • Your staff can manage your horse database from anywhere with an internet connection
  • Custom pedigree certificates have unique QR security codes to eliminate fraud

Pedigree Chart Demo

Try our interactive Pedigree Charts! Just click on any horse to view its chart!


American Saddlebred
Chestnut Stallion
Registry: Unknown [American Saddlebred Horse Assoc]
This horse is registered/eligible for registration.
My King [M]
Am Saddlebred
Stonewall King [M]
8720 (1920)
Gloriann (BHF) [F]
Am Saddlebred
Stonewall Supreme [M]
20009 (1941)
Am Saddlebred
Richmond Choice [M]
Mamie Peavine (BHF) [F]
20390 (1931)
Am Saddlebred
Queen [F]
0909939M (1915)
Stonewall Starfire [M]
Am Saddlebred
Edna May's King [M]
008672S (1819)
Anacacho Shamrock [M]
Sally Cameron [F]
014376M (1918)
Fairy Dariling [F]
Am Saddlebred
American Ace [M]
Aces Fairy [F]
Fairy Slippers [F]
Am Saddlebred
Mr USA [M]
Am Saddlebred
CH Anacacho Shamrock [M]
01254S (1932)
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Wing Commander [M]
022591S (1943)
Flirtation Walk (BHF) [F]
023178S (1933)
Rhythm Command [M]
037293S (1954)
Am Saddlebred
Reveler [M]
Sweet Rhythm [F]
035089M (1940)
Am Saddlebred
The Yankees Fancy [F]
Gray Tango [F]
Am Saddlebred
Bourbon King [M]
001788S (1900)
CH Kings Genius [M]
009500S (1924)
Princess Eugenia [F]
006558M (1909)
Odessa Mae [F]
032962M (1941)
Am Ranch
Rex Peavine [M]
001796S (1899)
Liberty Princess [F]
Liberty Lady [F]

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