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If you know the breed of the horse, suspect the horse was previously registered, and know the breeder's name the breed association may be able to help identify your horse and re-issue the papers. Knowing the horse's registered name is a great help.


All registered horses can be looked up - please choose one of the options below to view the lookup. IMPORTANT Note: This search returns all matching horses in our database - and designates whether or not they have performance information, so putting in only an initial may take time and may timeout before completing.


American Quarter Horse Free Pedigree Search. The allbreed pedigree database offers a free American Quarter Horse pedigree search for hundreds of thousands of horses. To search for a horse in the database, simply enter the horses name in the form above. If it's not available. You are welcome to add the horse using the maintenance menu.


Is My Horse Registered? So how am I to find out if my horse is registered? It will depend on the specific situation but usually the best place to start is from the beginning with the original owner if possible. We have found many times that the horse has either been sold/given away without the original papers.


Best Answer: If you know your horses registered name then you can try the AQHA database (which you have to be a member of AQHA to use) or you can go to www.allbreedpedigree.com and search for him by name. This could have his bloodlines. It would be very difficult, if not impossible to get his info if you ...


ok. i bought a horse from my boss and she says she has no idea if he is registered or not. so, how can i find out if he is or not.. i mean, he's name is Duke of Arimathea. not a common name thts why we think he is registered, but how can i find out??? w/o doing a dna test?


Find horses for sale that have been registered with a breed registry, association or club. Different breeds and disciplines maintain their own registries.


*** If this function is being used for the purpose of identifying a name choice for registration purposes, the name you have search for MAY NOT be available at the time of your submission. Names that sound like or names that are too close to another APHA-registered horse are considered NOT acceptable.


A Certificate of Registration issued by the Association is the only evidence that the horse in question is a part Arabian horse and universally accepted by the horse community. The rules for Half-Arabian registrations, simply put, require a horse to have one registered purebred Arabian parent.


The Registrar may cancel any horse's registered name for whatever reason he/she deem necessary. Proposed names for the horse to be registered must be supplied in order of preference. Please ensure that only names you really want are included in your list. Changes to names post registration approval are subject to charges.