Discounted Registration Fee Offered for Older Arabian Horses

Do you have an unregistered Arabian, Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian that is 2 years old or older in your barn? The Arabian Horse Association (AHA) “Amnesty Program” for older horses offers reduced registration fees for domestic horses. Purebred Arabian horses age 2 and older whose parentage can be qualified through DNA typing and who are able to meet all registration requirements are eligible. Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian horses must also meet registration requirements. 

 

The Amnesty Program starts on Sept. 15th, 2019, and runs through March 31, 2020.

 

At $250, owners saves $100 off purebred Arabian registration. Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian owners pay $150.00. Please note that these are member fees.  The non-member fees are $300 and $200, respectively.  A $15 fee is assessed if ownership needs to be transferred.

 

Owners greatly expand their options to participate in programs and competitions when they register horses. Shows, distance rides, races, prize money, awards, recognition and the camaraderie of sharing many activities with other Arabian horse enthusiasts are some of the benefits enjoyed by owners with registered horses.   

 

To obtain a registration application, call the AHA office or download one here.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is my horse eligible for the amnesty fee?

If your horse is a Purebred Arabian aged two years and over that can be fully parentage qualified, a Half-Arabian aged two years and over, or an Anglo-Arabian aged two years and over meeting registration requirements, the amnesty fee will apply.

 

What do I need to register a Purebred?

  1. Both the sire and dam have been DNA typed
  2. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of foaling
  3. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of breeding
  4. The signature of the recorded owner of sire at time of breeding
  5. A completed transfer form for an eligible but unregistered foal if you are not recorded owner of the dam at time of foaling
  6. All correct registration fees
    1. $250.00 for registration
    2. $15.00 for a transfer of ownership (if applicable)

 

What do I need to register a Half-Arabian?

  1. The purebred parent has been DNA typed
  2. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of foaling
  3. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of breeding
  4. The signature of the recorded owner of sire at time of breeding
  5. A completed transfer form for an eligible but unregistered foal if you are not the recorded owner of the dam at time of foaling
  6. All correct registration fees
    1. $150.00 for registration
    2. $15.00 for transfer of ownership (if applicable)

What do I need to register Anglo-Arabian?

  1. The foal has no less than 25% Arabian blood and no more than 75% Arabian blood
  2. The purebred parent has been DNA typed
  3. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of foaling
  4. The signature of the recorded owner of dam at time of breeding
  5. The signature of the recorded owner of sire at time of breeding
  6. A completed transfer form for an eligible but unregistered foal if you are not the recorded owner of the dam at time of foaling
  7. All correct registration fees
    1. $150.00 for registration
    2. $15.00 for transfer of ownership (if applicable0

 

Why should I register my horse?

Unregistered horses lose their connection to the heritage of the Arabian breed. Without being registered, there is no historical record of their bloodline, progeny, accomplishments, or even existence. Registered horses have expanded options to participate in shows, distance rides, races, prize money, awards, recognition programs, and increased sale marketability. Don’t let your horses leave the barn unregistered, it’s their birthright!

 

How much is the cost?

$250.00 for Purebred Arabians

$150.00 for Half-Arabians and Anglo-Arabians

 

How long will the Amnesty fee be available?

September 15, 2019 – March 15, 2020

 

Where do I apply?

Click here to download an application.