Citaat:> SPECIAL NOTICE:
> Monday October 7th the AQHA Stud Book & Registration Committee had a
> specially scheduled meeting at the AQHA Headquarters in Amarillo.
> They met to discuss several issues including rule 227(i). We were
> informed that the Committee had voted to eliminate Rule 227(i)! They
> also said that they appreciated all of our efforts and the fact that
> we had worked WITHIN THE SYSTEM to get the rule removed. The new
> chairman said they had reviewed the information our group had
> presented and the follow up research done by Gary Griffith, they
> discussed it and felt there were no longer any valid reasons to
> continue to exclude cremellos and perlinos from registration.
> The Committee's recommendation for removal of the rule will be
> announced in the Quarter Horse Journal along with the agenda for the
> next convention. At the convention in March of 2003, it will go to
> the Board of Directors and General Membership to be approved.
> Once it is approved at the Convention the change will be retroactive
> for horses born before the rule change.
> Registration fees will be based on the age (see Rule 222 b) of the
> horse unless the application was previously submitted to AQHA and is
> in their pending files. If a double dilute horse was previously AQHA
> registered and the papers were pulled or voluntarily cancelled they
> can be reinstated for a $25 fee. Horses that have had multiple
> owners will also need SIGNED transfers from each previous owner.
> DNA parentage verification will be required for all double dilutes
> born prior to the rule change that are OVER 48 months of age as per
> rule 203(a) OR if they fall under the other DNA requirements in Rule
> 201(g) which include parents less than 2 years of age; result of
> embryo transfer, cooled or frozen semen. If the double dilute is
> less than 48 months parentage verification is not required unless the
> mare falls under DNA requirements in Rule 201(h).
> If you have a horse who's dam or sire died without having their DNA
> on file, a DNA profile can be built IF there are 5 or more offspring
> from that horse that can be DNA'd. If that can't be done the horse
> WON'T be able to be registered. (Nat has a mare who's dam died, that
> she most likely won't be able to AQHA registered).
> NEXT if you have offspring already born or bred for, out of or by
> your double dilute, you will need to file a stallion breeder's report
> to the AQHA. It is recommended that 2002 reports be filed before
> November 30th deadline this year.
> For 2001 and earlier AQHA recommended to issue breeders certificates
> for the foals and have the foal's owners submit them to the AQHA as
> soon as possible. The registration fees for the offspring will also
> be based on their age (per rule 222 b)when the breeder's certificates
> are submitted. Also AQHA registration fees will be increasing as of
> January 1st, so we advise submitting signed Breeder's Certificates
> prior to January 1st for all foals already born that you want to
> register. This will lock in your fees at current prices!
> IMPORTANT: Send all paperwork to the Registration Department
> attention of TAMMY CANIDA. Do not send money at this time (unless
> you want to) the AQHA will bill you accordingly after the rule
> changes and goes into effect. Tammy will date stamp and hold all the
> paperwork until the rule becomes effective.
> One last note - NO horse can be advertised as registered AQHA horses
> UNTIL they are officially registered and issued AQHA papers.
> However, you can state that Rule 227(i) has been recommended removal
> from the rule book by the Stud Book & Registration Committee at a
> specially called meeting and is PENDING APPROVAL of the Board of the
> Directors and General Membership at the 2003 Convention.
Zou ik nu korting krijgen op een dekking
Leuk om te vermelden is dat een aantal AQHA-mensen die gestreden hebben voor het opheffen van deze regel creme-rozen hebben gekregen