How To Register Your American Miniature Horse from the AMHA - Page 32

STALLION BREEDING REPORTS The Stallion Breeding Report is your best chance to ensure that any resulting foals have a smooth registration process. If you take the time to correctly fill out the information requested on this form, we will be able to process the resulting paperwork with much less delay for additional requirements. Let me make this as clear as possible: IF you own an AMHA Stallion that is pastured with mares at any time during the year, FILL THIS OUT and file it! It will be well worth the $10 filing fee. Stallion Breeding Reports must be postmarked by January 15th following the breeding year. For our friends down under, Southern Hemisphere Stallion Breeding Reports must be postmarked by August 1. Here some quick tips for review before you begin to fill out the form: A Stallion Breeding Report must be filed for EACH active breeding stallion you own. Use one report per horse per year. There is a $10 filling fee per stallion. After a mare has been exposed or bred, either by hand or pasture methods to one stallion, at LEAST 42 days must elapse before exposing the mare to a different stallion. If a Stallion Breeding Report is not on file before a foal is born, DNA testing will be required to parent qualify foal. All stallions that breed to five or more mares in a calendar year must be DNA tested before any resulting foals will be eligible for Registration. Within 30 days after a stallion is sold, the previous owner must file a stallion breeding report with the AMHA. If a breeding stallion dies during any current breeding season, the stallion breeding report is due within 30 days following the death. If you choose to breed your horses using cooled semen, embryo transfer or artificial insemination you must file a permit prior to the breeding. There is a separate Stallion Breeding Report for the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The AMHA Stallion Breeding Report is two pages long. The first page is to be filled out in entirety and includes information on the dates that mares were exposed, which mares were exposed and the method of breeding. The second page is for your records and will be returned to you upon receipt of the Breeding Report by the AMHA. Receiving the second page back, is the only confirmation you will receive that your Report has been received. The following are examples of what the forms look like: