How do you get free reports on AQHA pedigrees?


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Members of the American Quarter Horse Association are entitled to pedigree reports at no cost or at a reduced charge. Free reports on pedigrees are also available from the website AllBreedPedigree.com.

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The AQHA has pedigree records for millions of horses. While the reports cost $1 and up, AQHA members are entitled to $10 in free reports per month. To join, go to AQHA.com/membership. Once you have a membership, you can access AQHA records using your AQHA membership number and PIN.

Available pedigree records from AQHA include four generation pedigrees, four generation pedigrees with race and show summaries, and eight generation pedigrees with race and show summaries. Semi-edited show performance pedigree records are also available.

To request a free pedigree report on AllBreedPedigree.com, go to the home page, and click on the Reports heading at the top of the page. Scroll down to Pedigree. Enter the horse's name in the appropriate box, and indicate how many generations you wish to see in the report. Simple pedigree reports including up to five generations are available at no charge. A fee-based subscription service entitles users to pedigrees including five to nine generations, as well as line-breeding reports, hypothetical matings and female family relationships.

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