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Are American Quarter Horse Association pedigree searches available online for free?

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Online American Quarter Horse Association pedigree records are only available to AQHA members as of 2015, and the association charges people membership fees to join. Members can access horses' four-generation pedigrees, show records, dam records, sire records and grandsire records.

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AQHA charges a nominal fee for a member to view a horse's four-generation pedigree. The pedigree contains sires, dams and color information. Information on show records includes complete exhibitor records, horse performance summaries, and information on specific horse and rider combinations. Dam records, sire records and grand sire records include show records for offspring competing in the show ring and lists of all offspring from a specific dam. Members access all records through the Member Services link on AQHA.com.

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