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Gold Papered Horse Registration

Gold Papered Horse Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gold papered Horse Registry

What is Needed to Register:

Membership Form 
Registration Form 
Affidavit Form 
Transfer of Ownership 
Qualified Stallion Application 
Inspection Form 
Annual Membership Fee $60.00
Registration Fee $50.00
DNA Kit $35.00
Inspection Fee $150.00 Incudes travel expenses, meals and accommodation costs for Judges)

Transfer of Ownership $25.00 (member) $50.00 (non-member)

Duplicate Registration Papers $50.00
Lifetime Stallion Breeding Permit $100.00
 
 
REGISTRY REGULATIONS
I. Purpose

This registry is to recognize and celebrate the value and contribution of the Friesian Cross in North America. The purpose of the FBHR is to promote and educate, of all types, horse enthusiasts on the unique characteristics and benefits of the Friesian cross. This endeavor leads to the increased value of the FBHR registered cross. In addition, through the incorporation of common sense rules and verifiable standards, we will protect and serve our members.

II. Foundation Standards

The pedigree of the cross must be at least 25% Friesian and not to exceed 75%. The Friesian lineage of the cross must be verified through DNA, which is kept on file by the Friesian Blood Horse Registry at UC-Davis. Friesian crosses are evaluated solely on their merits, not on the accomplishments of their sire or dam.

DNA will be required after January 1, 2007 to register existing crossbreds. Prior to January 1, 2007 crossbreds may be registered via an affidavit available on the website. Offspring of deceased Friesian stallions can be included.

III. Membership

Membership is an annual membership, which includes a subscription to the Friesian Blood Horse Magazine and a plastic embossed membership card. The magazine is published 6 times a year and a few pages are dedicated to the FBHR in each issue. Membership is based on the month the member joined. Example: If you join in March 2005, your membership is good until March 2006.

IV. Purebred Friesian Breeding Stallion Certification

All full-papered FPS or FPZV stallions are eligible to apply to the FBHR for inclusion on the FBHR Qualified Breeding List.

1. Purebred Friesian stallions will NOT be registered with the FBHR.
2. To apply, the stallion owner must fill out an application obtained from the website, and submit a copy of the stallion's papers.
3. Upon acceptance, the stallion owner must submit a DNA sample for the FBHR files.
4. The stallion owner must become a member of the FBHR and maintain their membership in good standing.
5. Accepted stallions will receive a lifetime breeding certificate.
6. Accepted stallions photo and stallion credentials are displayed on the FBHR website.
7. If a stallion owner's membership should lapse, they will be required to re-apply to be included on the    Qualified Breeding List.
8. Lifetime breeding certificates can be revoked if the stallion owner does not remain a member in good    standing or violates any rules or regulations of the FBHR.

V. Crossbred Breeding Stallion Certification

1. The crossbred must be registered with the FBHR.
2. Stallion must be inspected and receive a score of 7.5 and be recommended by the FBHR Breeding Manager.
3. Upon acceptance, the stallion owner must submit a DNA sample for the FBHR files.
4. The stallion owner must become a member of the FBHR and maintain their membership in good standing.
5. Stallion will receive a lifetime breeding certificate.
6. Accepted stallions photo and stallion credentials are displayed on the FBHR website.
7. If a stallion owner's membership should lapse they will be required to re-apply to be included on the    Qualified Breeding List.
8. Lifetime breeding certificates can be revoked if the stallion owner does not remain a member in good    standing or violates any rules or regulations of the FBHR.

VI. Breeding Mare Qualifications

1. Any mare may qualify without prejudice.
2. Mare owner is not required to be a member of FBHR, however, by being a member, owner receives the    following benefit.
3. Owner’s receive a cover sheet on their breeding contract that clearly states the breakdown of all fees    and stallion black-out periods. In addition, if the stallion they contract with is unable to fulfill    their contract, the FBHR will provide a list of participating stallions that will fulfill the contract    for the collection fee only. The facts must be established and confirmed that the situation is    merited.

VII. Registration of Crossbred Horse

1. Applicant must fill out a Registration application and affidavit (see website).
2. Upon acceptance, applicant must submit a DNA sample.
3. After DNA stallion match is verified or a signed affidavit (prior to January 1, 2007) is received,    owner is notified and is then required to become a member and pay all fees.
4. Within 30 days owner will receive registration papers.

VIII. Registration Quality Levels

1. There are four quality attainment levels available through the FBHR. They include the Standard    registration, Bronze registration, Silver registration, and Gold registration.
2. All horses initially receive standard registration papers.
3. All Standard registered horses must be inspected to qualify for either the Bronze, Silver, or Gold    level.
4. The horse can be inspected at any age but the FBHR encourages owners to have it inspected by the time it is 6 years of age, and the horse may be inspected as many time as the owner desires.
5. The result of the inspection is solely the decision of the FBHR Breeding Manager.
6. The scoring system is rated as follows: 6.0 and below the horse retains its Standard registration, 6.1    to 7.0 earns Bronze level, 7.1 to 8.0 it earns Silver level, 8.1 and above earns Gold level.

IX. Inspections protocol

It is anticipated that we will have 4 inspection sites annually. Typically there will be one in the North, South, East and West. However, we will try to accommodate owners based on demand and level of participation. Sites will be posted in advance on the website.

1. To register for the inspection, owners must fill out an application from the website. A non-refundable    deposit of $50 must accompany the application.
2. There is a late entry fee of $50 due to the advanced planning required and guaranteed financial    commitments.
3. Owners are responsible to coordinate with the inspection site manager. This includes all of the    logistics required to transport and care for their horse.
4. The General Secretary is present at each site to record and finalize results.
5. Owners must bring original registration papers with them to the site. Failure to do so results in an    additional $25. processing fee.
6. Owners receive a bridle number at the site. The FBHR Breeding Manager knows only the number of the    horse, breed of the mare and age of the horse at the time of judging
7. Each horse is judged for conformation and movement. The calculation for final score is 50%    conformation and 50% movement. For conformation, all horses are shown in hand. The horse should be    presented in either a plain dark colored halter or bridle. Horse and handler are required to negotiate    a triangle at both the walk and the trot. Presenters should wear solid contrasting colored clothing    for presentation. Example: Grey horse should be shown with dark color clothing.
8. For the movement phase of the inspection, the horse may be either turned out at liberty or it may be    shown ridden or driven. Owners choose whichever option they desire based on their knowledge of how the    horse’s movement is best presented.
9. The mare's breed is taken into consideration for both the conformation and movement phases.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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