Appaloosa Journal

JAN 2019

Appaloosa Journal is the official publication of the Appaloosa Horse Club, the international registry for the Appaloosa horse.

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MEMBER SERVICES 27 Registration Zootechnical Certificates for Exporting to the EU If you are planning to export breeding animals, embryos or se- men to the European Union, customs now requires Zootechnical Certificates. Please visit regulation/initiatives/ares-2016-6974589_en for full details. Information for Stallion Owners Once your Stallion Breeding Report is entered into the ApHC computer system, you will receive an e-mail from the ApHC in- forming you that your Breeder's Certificates/Registration Appli- cations are available on-line! The Breeder's Certificates/Registration Applications are com- monly referred to as "the blue forms" and in the past were sent by postal service to stallion owners who submitted on-time Stallion Breeding Reports. The data printed on the applications is based on information submitted to the ApHC on your Stallion Breeding Report. The pre-printed Breeder's Certificates are a complimentary service the ApHC provides as a benefit of membership. Hard-co- py pre-printed Breeder's Certificates/Registration Applications are no longer available by regular mail, however, we continue to offer blank Breeder's Certificates/Registration Applications through our Web site and through regular mail upon request. To view and print your pre-printed certificates, visit our Web site at, click on "Member Sign In", then click on "My Pre-Printed Breeder's Certificates" then simply click on "View and Print Certificate" for a copy to sign and forward to mare owners. Update Facility Records Now is a great time to update your facility records. When a registered Appaloosa dies, the owner should notify the ApHC via letter, including name, registration number, month, day and year of death and owner signature. You may also submit the original ApHC Certificate of Registration, though it's not necessary. Additionally, when an Appaloosa has lived 30 years past Jan- uary 1 of its foaling year, it will be presumed dead and its ApHC records marked accordingly. If the horse has not actually died, the owner may contact the ApHC with satisfactory evidence that the horse is alive, which is then required on an annual basis in order to maintain current registration status. Museum Appaloosa Museum Seeks Horse for 2019 Raffle One of the fund-raising activities for the Appaloosa Museum is a horse raffle. If you or someone you know would be interested in donating an Appaloosa, we'd love to hear from you. We have an "exhibit pasture" on the museum premises, giving summertime visitors the opportunity to get acquainted with our breed. Tickets are sold throughout the year and the drawing is held (usually) in October. In exchange for your donation of a raffle/exhibit horse you can receive a tax deduction along with the gratitude of all who appreciate and support the Appaloosa Museum. Contact Crystal at 208.882.5578 ext. 279 or by email at I C II III V IV IV VI International Territorial Alignments Territory I British Columbia, Yukon Territory, Alberta, Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut Territory II Mexico, International Affiliates in the Southern Hemisphere, Central America and South America Territory VI Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland Territory VII All International Affiliates not otherwise listed in another zone. Includes England, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Switzerland.

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