Q on hardshipping into AMHR

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supaspot

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I know that to hardship into AMHR falabellas and ASPC have to be measured , but what about AMHA reg horses ? surely these dont need to be measured ? some of my horses are dual reg but I have three mares that are AMHA only , I would like to hardship them but there are no judges or stewards in this country to measure them , can I still do it ?

I have looked at the website and even after downloading numerous forms still cant find the answer
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would someone please confirm that all I need is proof of AMHA permanent register , the AMHR application form (including photos) , and the fees ?
 

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You do not have to have your horse measured by anyone but yourself if they are AMHA registered. I'm doing it myself for 3 mares and I asked Ruth Ann at AMHR all the details. All you need is a COPY of your AMHA registration certificate (front and back), your AMHR registration form filled out and your 4 pics (right side-full view, facing camera, left side-full view facing camera, full front from ears to hooves, and rear view. and your payment of the hardship fee (50% off) and the registration fee (60$). And your good to go. I'm chomping at the bit waiting for Jan. 01 to arrive. I've got my paperwork all done, photos printed and saving up the money now.
 

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So it is true AMHR is discounting hardshipping? when is that going on?
 

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The board hasn't discussed discontinuing hardships. AMHR has hardships on sale for half price in 2012 starting Jan. 1.
 

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oh ...i saw a dna form in among their down loads thats why i asked
 

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The DNA form is used for the NSPR registry, Shetlands registering in their 2 or 3 year old year, and for stallions and mares in the Weanling Sweepstakes programs.
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