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U.S. Equestrian Approves Sliding Scale For Horse Recording

Beginning March 1, owners and breeders will be able to Life record horses with U.S. Equestrian at reduced rates as low as $35! The change to Article 812 offers the following discounts:

"Article 812. Horse Recordings

6. Horse recording applications are available from the Federation office. The recording fee for the life of a horse is: $35 if applied for from birth to December 31st of year foaled; $85 over one, but under two years of age; $160 over two but under three years of age; $200 for horses over the age of three. Horses may be recorded annually for a fee of $75. Exception: Horses must be recorded for life to be eligible to receive FEI or National Passports."

"This rule change offers breeders and owners a tremendous opportunity to Life record young horses for purposes of Horse of the Year, Leading Sire and Leading Breeder awards," stated Cheryll Frank, Director of Sport Data for U.S. Equestrian. "At these rates, breeders and owners can afford to Life record multiple horses, thereby entering them in the Awards program for present or future owners, as well as giving breeders the opportunity to track their products and earn recognition."

For purposes of Horse Recording, the universal birth date is January 1 for all horses [Article 123.1, no exceptions]


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