Important Deadline for Stallion Owners

AQHA stallion breeding reports must be submitted by November 30.

The American Quarter Horse Association

AQHA stallion breeding reports must be postmarked on or before November 30.

An important deadline is fast approaching for stallion owners: American Quarter Horse Association stallion breeding reports must be postmarked on or before November 30.

According to the AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations, the owner, authorized agent or lessee of every American Quarter Horse stallion must file a written report – known as the stallion breeding report – that shows the exposure of all American Horse mares and Thoroughbred mares exposed to the 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 form must be filled out on or before November 30. Stallion owners can submit their report online via AQHA Member Services.

A stallion breeding report can also be filled out, signed and mailed to the AQHA office or faxed to 806-349-6407.

Additionally, all stallions that bred mares in 2018 are required to have the five-panel genetic test results on file, per Rule REG108.5 in the AQHA Official Handbook of Rules and Regulations. Genetic panel test kits can be ordered online at www.aqha.com/genetictesting.

To submit reports online, visit www.aqha.com/sbr, and for questions concerning stallion breeding reports, contact sbr@aqha.org. AQHA Customer Care representatives will be available until midnight Central time on November 30 to answer stallion breeding report questions.

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