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BopNDoc

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Is there such a thing as hardshipping an AMHR horse into the ASPC registry? Just curious as I have a gorgeous paly pinto colt that is going to mature on the taller side and was wondering...if this was possible...if it would make him more marketable?

Thanks in advance?

Thanks.

Karen
 

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There is no such thing as hardshipping into ASPC. You can hardship an ASPC into AMHR but not the other way around. A shetland must be a shetland from the get go but a shetland can be a miniature depending on its size.. PS> there are no stupid questions...
 

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There is no such thing as hardshipping into ASPC. You can hardship an ASPC into AMHR but not the other way around. A shetland must be a shetland from the get go but a shetland can be a miniature depending on its size.. PS> there are no stupid questions...
Thanks I figured that would be the answer, I looked on the site and didn't find anything about hardshipping. Anywho, thanks!!

Karen
 

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I do believe it is possible to hardship an AMHR horse that goes over 38 into the National Show Pony Registry (NSPR) which is also a division of ASPC. I've not paid much attention as I don't breed for that size, but you can check into it on their website.
 

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No, you cannot hardship an AMHR horse into ASPC. A shetland = shetland x shetland. The ASPC Shetlands that make the 38" height limit are elg. to be hardshipped into AMHR if both parents are not AMHR already.

The shetland is a "breed", not a registered based on height (like amha, amhr) or color (like ptha) ...they are a "breed" registry
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