AQHA RULEBOOK PDF

This horse has a kind and willing disposition, well-balanced confirmation and agile speed. The American Quarter horse in and extremely versatile breed and is suited for a variety of purposes. To record and preserve the pedigrees of the American Quarter Horse while maintaining the integrity of the breed. What is the second component of the Mission Statement? To provide beneficial services for its members which enhance and encourage American Quarter Horse ownership and participation. To develop diverse educational programs, material and curriculum that will position AQHA as the leading resource organization in the equine industry.

Author:Mazukazahn Vohn
Country:Burundi
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Video
Published (Last):27 April 2018
Pages:370
PDF File Size:3.5 Mb
ePub File Size:15.80 Mb
ISBN:774-5-52984-151-4
Downloads:91188
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Bashicage



The Registration Commission may prescribe whatever procedures necessary to carry out these Rules and Regulations. In furtherance of that objective, the AHA Registry maintains an official registry of purebred Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses and administers the supplemental identification program as a registration requirement for purebred Arabian race horses. The AHA Registry may refuse to register any horse or to issue a Certificate of Registration for Racing if such registration or issuance is not in conformity with these Rules and Regulations or, in the reasonable judgment of the AHA Registry, will not aid, promote and foster the objectives of the AHA Registry as stated in its Articles of Incorporation.

Any member, and any person signing any portion of a document required for the registration of a horse, the issuance of a Certificate of Registration for Racing, or the transfer of a Certificate of Registration and any person who has a Certificate of Registration transferred into their ownership, agrees to follow these Rules and Regulations, including revisions as made from time to time, and to be bound by them.

It is the responsibility of the person who seeks to register a horse to be aware of the applicable requirements for such transactions at the time the submittal or request is made. All AHA programs and events deadlines must be met as specified, whether submitted by postal service, fax, e-mail, Internet or other electronic means. REG Requirements and Procedures for Domestic Purebred Arabian Horses A horse conceived from the mating of a domestic mare i.

The requirements of REG An application for registration, on the appropriate form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the appropriate recorded owner s or by the person whom the recorded owner s has authorized in writing to sign the application and filed with the AHA Registry.

A mule, hinney, or any animal other than a horse is not eligible for registration. Horses registered as purebred Arabians with foreign registries for which AHA registration has been requested will be reviewed for purebred status.

If a horse is deemed to be a purebred Arabian through a foreign registry yet meets the AHA criteria as a Half-Arabian, the owner must relinquish the foreign Arabian papers to AHA as a condition of registration.

The horse results from one of the following breeding co mbinations; Thoroughbred stallion to purebred Arabian mare.

Purebred Arabian stallion to Thoroughbred mare. Anglo-Arabian stallion to Anglo-Arabian mare. Purebred Arabian stallion to Anglo-Arabian mare. Anglo-Arabian stallion to purebred Arabian mare. Thoroughbred stallion to Anglo-Arabian mare. Anglo-Arabian stallion to Thoroughbred mare. The registration fee for domestic Anglo-Arabian Horses has been paid. The horse is from a current source registry as defined by REG Requirements and Procedures for Purebred Arabian Imported Horses A purebred Arabian horse imported into the United States or Mexico may be registered if the following requirements are met: The imported horse is born and originally registered in a source registry as defined by REG and is of pure Arabian blood, as verified by a properly authenticated pedigree acceptable to and filed with the AHA Registry all lines of which pedigree trace to source registries.

An application for registration, on the appropriate form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the importer and filed with the AHA Registry; The original registration certificate issued by the exporting source registry has been submitted to the AHA Registry. An Export Certificate issued by the exporting source registry showing this information must also be submitted to the AHA Registry. The registration fee for Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian imported horses has been paid.

Only one stallion may run with a mare or a group of mares, and they must be enclosed by permanent fences maintained in such a manner that no other stallion could breed any mare in the pasture. Stallion Reports On or before December 31st of each year, the recorded owner of each purebred Arabian stallion to which purebred Arabian mares have been exposed during the calendar year, must complete, sign and mail to AHA a stallion report for each stallion, on a form supplied by AHA, listing all purebred Arabian mares exposed to the stallion, whether they are in foal or not, and listing all dates of exposure.

If the stallion report is not mailed on or before December 31 of the calendar year which it covers, the recorded owner must pay a late filing fee, may be charged for any reasonable costs and expenses that AHA incurs in investigating the accuracy of the stallion report, and may also be subjected to the penalties provided under REG For the purposes of this section, "premises" is defined as the farm or facility where the stallion and mare are both present at the time of collection; Semen must be used within 72 hours of collection; and Semen may not be frozen.

Semen, which is frozen, or is not used within 72 hours of collection, or is transported by any means to a location other than the premises where the collection of the stallion occurred, will be subject to REG Requirements for Purebred Arabians Using Artificial Insemination Using Transported or Stored Semen Semen collected in the United States or Mexico may be transported or stored prior to being inseminated into a mare, and foals resulting from the use of such semen may be eligible for registration as purebred Arabians under REG The permit will be effective until the recorded ownership of the stallion changes or the stallion is exported.

A permit may be issued for a stallion if the following requirements are met: An application for a Semen Transportation Permit, on a form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the appropriate recorded owner or by the person whom the recorded owner has authorized in writing to sign the application , and filed with the AHA Registry; The DNA type of the stallion has been placed on permanent record with the AHA Registry; and The required fee has been paid; If a Semen Transportation Permit has not been issued by the AHA Registry prior to the collection and storage, or the collection and transportation, of semen from a stallion, the recorded owner of the stallion at the time the semen was collected must pay a Late Permit Fee, and may be charged for any reasonable costs and expenses that the AHA Registry may incur in investigating the circumstances, and may also be subject to the penalties provided by REG A Transported-Stored Semen Service Certificate is required to register a purebred Arabian foal that is conceived through the use of transported or stored semen.

A Transported-Stored Semen Service Certificate may be issued only to the recorded owner of a stallion and will be issued only if the following requirements are met: A Semen Transportation Permit has been issued to the recorded owner of the stallion and is effective at the time the Transported-Stored Semen Service Certificate is applied for; An application for a Transported-Stored Semen Service Certificate, on the appropriate form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the appropriate recorded owner or by the person whom the recorded owner has authorized in writing to sign the application , and filed with the AHA Registry; and The required fee has been paid; A horse which is conceived through the use of transported or stored semen may be eligible for registration as a purebred Arabian under REG The signature of the recorded owner of the stallion would be required on the Service Certificate portion of the application s for registration of a Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian foal s.

Requirements for Anglo-Arabians Using Artificial Insemination Using Imported Semen from a Purebred Arabian Stallion, Thoroughbred Stallion; or Anglo-Arabian Stallion Semen may be imported into the United States or Mexico, and foals resulting from the use of such semen may be eligible for registration as Anglo-Arabians under REG , if the following requirements are met: An application for registration, on the appropriate form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the appropriate recorded owner s or by the person whom the recorded owner s has authorized in writing to sign the application and filed with the AHA Registry.

The semen is collected within and is imported from a source registry as defined by REG or REG ; The purebred Arabian parent is originally registered in a source registry as defined by REG and is of pure Arabian blood, as verified by a properly authenticated pedigree acceptable to and filed with the AHA Registry all lines of which pedigree trace to source registries. Requirements for Half-Arabians Using Artificial Insemination Using Imported Semen from a Non-Purebred Arabian Stallion An application for registration, on the appropriate form provided by the AHA Registry, has been completed, signed by the appropriate recorded owner s or by the person whom the recorded owner s has authorized in writing to sign the application and filed with the AHA Registry.

The semen is collected within and is imported from a source registry as defined by REG or REG ; The stallion owner has complied with the appropriate rules concerning the transport and use of the semen prescribed by the source registry where the semen was collected.

Any questions of true parentage may be resolved by any means available to the AHA Registry, including DNA type testing or any other genetic testing method of the horses involved.

Any recorded owner of a horse agrees to permit such tests, which will be at the expense of the owner and must be paid in advance. Refusal by an owner to permit DNA or blood typing under paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 of this Article may result in cancellation of registration certificates and in the imposition of penalties under REG Names No horse will be registered by a name which has exactly the same spelling as a name already registered, which has numerical prefixes or suffixes, or which has the suffix "Sr.

The only valid characters are capital letters A through Z, dash and space. Punctuation, apostrophes, and diacritical markings or symbols may not be used. Names may not contain more than 21 total characters or be composed of more than four parts. The AHA Registry will issue registration numbers in consecutive order, based upon the order in which the applications are processed by the AHA Registry.

One Certificate of Registration will be issued for a registered horse. This certificate may be a standard Certificate of Registration, or may be a Certificate of Registration for Racing. For purposes of these rules, both the standard Certificate of Registration and the Certificate of Registration for Racing will be referred to as the Certificate of Registration. The recorded owner of the dam at the time of foaling may transfer ownership of the foal by completing and filing with the AHA Registry a Transfer for Eligible but Unregistered Foal form.

In that event, the Certificate of Registration will be issued in the name s of the person s designated in accordance with the terms of the Transfer form. The recorded owner of the dam at the time she was bred may designate another person to be the breeder of a specific foal by completing and filing with the AHA Registry an Assignment of Breeder Designation form.

In that event, the Certificate of Registration will display the breeder to be the person or persons designated in accordance with the terms of the assignment form. Such an authorization will be recognized when the appropriate form has been completed and filed with the AHA Registry.

The permit will be effective until the recorded ownership of the donor mare changes or the donor mare is exported. An Embryo Transfer Certificate is required to register a purebred Arabian foal that is the result of embryo transfer. The Certificate of Registration will be issued in the recorded ownership of the person s identified as the horse owner s on a properly completed Embryo Transfer Registration Application. Upon registration of the foal, a current blood typing or DNA testing fee must be submitted for a blood type or DNA test verification of parentage of the foal.

The registration fee has been paid. Requirements and Procedures for the Registration of Purebred Horses to Be Entered in Arabian Racing A horse will not be considered registered with the AHA Registry for purposes of Arabian racing and eligible to compete in racing of purebred Arabian races only until a Certificate of Registration for Racing has been issued under these Rules.

In order for a horse to compete in Arabian racing, the following requirements must be met: The horse must have a current Certificate of Registration for Racing, as specified in REG A horse will be tattooed with the last six digits of its registration number. Effective January 1, ; all owners of racing horses with a current Certificate of Registration for Racing are required to complete the second DNA verification that includes the insertion of an AHA issued microchip; For all horses born prior to who have already been microchipped, the veterinarian who pulls the DNA sample will be responsible for reading and recording the microchip number on the Verification Identification Form; A new Certificate of Registration for Racing will be issued after confirmation of results from the DNA testing and microchip have been received and updated in the AHA office.

This new Certificate or Registration for Racing supersedes all previous Certificates of Registration for Racing and must be presented to the racing office where the horse is running.

For the purposes of any rule or regulation of any state relating to the eligibility of a horse to start in any race, no horse will be considered registered with the AHA Registry unless there has been compliance with all of the requirements of this Article.

A transfer of recorded ownership may be recorded if the following requirements are met: The completed and signed Certificate of Registration has been sent to the AHA Registry; The horse was resident in the United States or Mexico on the date of sale indicated; and The transfer fee has been paid. Change in Recorded Ownership for Horses with a Certificate of Registration for Racing To transfer the recorded ownership of a registered horse which has a Certificate of Registration for Racing, one of the following requirements must be met: If the horse is residing at a race track at the time of the sale, the transfer may be recorded through the Office of the Racing Secretary.

The completed form must be submitted to the AHA Registry. When all other requirements are met, the AHA Registry will record a change in ownership and issue a notation of the ownership change to the Racing Secretary.

The Racing Secretary must apply the notation to the Certificate of Registration for Racing; or If the horse is not residing at a race track, the buyer and seller must complete a Transfer for Race Horse, on a form provided by the AHA Registry.

When all other requirements are met, the AHA Registry will issue a new Certificate of Registration for Racing after recording the change in ownership. In addition to the applicable section above, the following requirements must also be met: The horse was resident in the United States or Mexico on the date of sale indicated; and The transfer fee has been paid.

Transfer Without Signature of Recorded Owner Whenever legal title to a registered horse passes to another by reason of death of the recorded owner, by reason of foreclosure of any lien or by any order or decree of court, or otherwise by operation of law, the AHA Registry may transfer the registration of such horse to the new owner: Upon order of a court of competent jurisdiction or other satisfactory proof of authority for the transfer; Upon payment of the transfer fee and any reasonable costs and expenses of investigation; and Upon satisfaction of such other requirements as may be defined by the AHA Registry.

If a registered horse is sold without the Certificate of Registration, the certificate may be surrendered by the recorded owner to the AHA Registry for cancellation. The AHA Registry will record such cancellation on its records. Likewise, a standard Certificate of Registration may be surrendered for a Certificate of Registration for Racing provided a Certificate of Registration for Racing has previously been issued and the required fee is paid.

The owner of a horse for which an Identification Supplement has previously been issued may obtain a Certificate of Registration for Racing by surrendering the standard Certificate of Registration and Identification Supplement to the AHA Registry and by paying the required fee.

Duplicate Certificate To obtain a duplicate Certificate of Registration, the recorded owner must file with the AHA Registry a completed affidavit, on a form provided by the AHA Registry, satisfactorily explaining the loss of the original Certificate of Registration and pay the duplicate certificate fee.

Upon approval by the AHA Registry, a duplicate Certificate of Registration, so marked, will be issued to the recorded owner of the horse. Replacement Certificate To obtain a replacement for a Certificate of Registration which has been torn, mutilated, soiled or otherwise defaced, but which is identifiable, the recorded owner must file the original Certificate of Registration with the AHA Registry for identification and pay the replacement certificate fee.

Upon approval by the AHA Registry, a replacement Certificate of Registration will be issued to the recorded owner of the horse. The Certificate of Registration must be submitted, along with a written request including the signature of the recorded owner, and the name change fee. Upon approval by the AHA Registry, an amended Certificate of Registration will be issued to the recorded owner of the horse.

This name change rule applies only to domestic horses REG Upon approval by the AHA Registry, an amended Certificate of Registration will be issued to the recorded owner at no charge. Castration After a stallion is castrated, the Certificate of Registration, including the date of castration and the signature of the recorded owner, must be submitted to the AHA Registry.

Upon approval by the AHA Registry, an amended Certificate of Registration, showing the horse as a gelding, will be issued to the recorded owner at no charge. The AHA Registry will prepare a pedigree based upon its records back through the fifth generation or to foreign records, whichever comes first, upon receipt of a request and payment of the pedigree fee.

Upon the death of a registered horse, the recorded owner must send a written notice to the AHA Registry. The notice must contain the date of death and must be signed by the recorded owner s. The applicant may then request that the AHA Registry hold a hearing on the denial. The request must: Be in writing; State all grounds and reasons upon which the applicant relies for the assertion that the horse should be registered; and Be received by the AHA Registry within 45 days after the mailing of the notice of denial of registration.

The applicant seeking registration of a horse will have the burden of demonstrating to the reasonable satisfaction of the Hearing Board that the horse qualifies for registration and that a good faith effort had been made to comply with AHA Registry rules relating to registration. If a request for a hearing is made in accordance with this Article, a hearing will be held and the Hearing Board will determine whether the horse will be registered. The decision of the Hearing Board will be final.

The AHA Registry will advise the recorded owner in writing of any proposal to cancel the registration of a horse and the reasons supporting this proposal.

UNA CASA DE SECRETOS PAULA BOMBARA PDF

Get the 2018 AQHA Rulebook

.

COCINA CRIOLLA CARMEN VALLDEJULI PDF

Registration

.

Related Articles