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Krstn&Locket

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My 2yr old minature horse grew over and she is 39 in. She is to nice quality to do nothing with. What can I do. I herd about a registry called The National Show Pony. Could I register her with that? I really love showing and I want more than anything to show her. I'm 16 and I love my mini and I could never sell her but I don;t know what I can do with her now.
 

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My mini is registered with AMHR but the people I got her from lied on her papers because her mom is definately oversized to. They bred her to a 34in stalliion but my mare still went over.
 

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I am assuming that you have a correct measurement on your mare? It is pretty easy to get them 1" over or under at times.

R measures at the withers I'm pretty sure, but definately measure different from A's.

There has been posts about the show pony registry so perhaps you can do a search here on the forum and find the answers you are looking for.

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R measures at the last hair on the mane. Other than making sure her feet are appropiately trimmed and she's set up correctly for measuring (legs square and on a level surface) there's not much you can do. Maybe Karen Shaw will poke her head in here about your registration problems; she'll know more about that than me.
 

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Hello


If your mares sire or dam is registered AMHR then you can register your mare NSPR http://www.shetlandminiature.com/docs/pdfs...how_reg_app.pdf

The NSPR will require cooperation from the breeder as you will need DNA from at least one parent.

WCMHR (World Class Miniature Horse Registry) which has a division for ponies 38'' to 48'' http://www.wcmhr.com/

and if she is a pinto there is also the PtHA (Pinto Horse Association of America)

http://www.pinto.org/

You can also do an online search for horse owner groups in your area, Ohio has the Ohio's Horseman's Council http://www.ohiohorsemanscouncil.com/.

Terri Tyler
 
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The best thing to do is probly ask the registration places. We had one that grew over, we got rid of her be4cause we didn't have room for her. I still miss her.


Dances _ in _ the _moon
 

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