REG110. Stallion Breeding Report

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REG110. STALLION BREEDING REPORT

  • REG110.1 The owner of every American Quarter Horse stallion must make a written report showing the exposure of all American Quarter Horse mares and Thoroughbred mares exposed to said stallion since the previous November 30. The owner of every listed Thoroughbred stallion must make a written report showing the exposure of all American Quarter Horse mares since the previous November 30. The stallion breeding report must be postmarked or delivered to AQHA on or before November 30 of the breeding year; reports for stallions standing south of the equator must be postmarked or delivered to AQHA on or before June 30 of the breeding year. If a stallion is leased during the breeding season according to AQHA records, the lessee must make this written report.
  • REG110.2 This report shall include the names, registration numbers and breeding dates for all mares owned by the owner of the stallion as well as mares owned by other parties. Persons using a retained semen rights permit per REG111 must file a stallion breeding report or supplemental stallion breeding report listing mares bred using the stored semen by November 30 of the breeding season.
  • REG110.3 Only one foal can be registered per mare listed on a stallion breeding report. In order for multiple foals resulting from breedings to a particular mare to be registered, the mare must be listed multiple times (with breeding dates) on the stallion breeding report corresponding to the number of foals sought to be registered.
  • REG110.4 Thirty days must elapse between exposure to different stallions for foals to be eligible for registration. Refer to REG102.8.6.
  • REG110.5 If the stallion for which the report being filed is a Thoroughbred, a photocopy of both sides of that Thoroughbred’s registration certificate issued by The Jockey Club of North America or any Thoroughbred registry recognized by The Jockey Club of North America, must be recorded in AQHA’s office showing the correct ownership and photographs clearly showing white markings as required by REG102.3.