Instructions: To look up a horse in the registry, type in the registration number (e.g. AIM00001) or the horse’s name or first word of the horse’s name and click the search button.
Registrar’s Details: Linda Jackson email@example.com
Registry Policy – as at 3/9/2018
- Annual Stallion Breeding Return
- Change of Ownership
- Dual Registry Registration Form
- Notice of gelding, Death or Export From
- Registration Application Form
- Registration of Lease Form
- Stallion Service Certificate
- Stallion Soundness Inspection Form
- Syndicate Application Form
- Stud Prefix/Suffix Application Form
|Optional Printed Certificate||$10|
|Stud Prefix Fee||$30|
|Transfer from another Breed Registry||as above|
|Annual Breeding Return Lodgement||Free|
|Stallion Soundness Certificate||Free|
|Endorsements (including Gelding, Non-Breeding, Death, Export)||Free|
|Change of Ownership||Free|
|Registration of Lease||Free|
|Change of Details (including type, height, etc)||Free|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need to register before I can use the Registry?
No, it is available to everyone, FREE.
What do I need to do to register my horse?
An application form, 4 photos, the height measurement, documents (if available) to support your registration such as certificates with other breed associations, DNA proof of parentage, etc.
Do I have to measure my horse for registration?
Yes, you must measure your horse so we know whether it is a Category A, B or C.
Do I have to be a member of AIMHCNZ to Register my horse?
No, anyone can register with AIMHCNZ Inc.
If my existing registration certificate has expired can I still use this to register my horse with AIMHCNZ?
Yes, we use the certificate for proof of parentage and ownership, so it is still valid for this.
Who can access the Registry?
Anyone – there will be a link from our website to view the registry.
How do I get a Registration Certificate?
Once your horse is registered, you will print the first page which shows all your horse details and this becomes your certificate from the online registry.
How can I change the details in the Registry if they are incorrect?
You will be given a PIN number which allows you to email your requests to the Registrar which will be accepted if your PIN number is correct. In some cases, a form to change details is required.
Do I need to re-register my horse when it reaches five years of age?
No, once registered, it is registered for life. We may require confirmation of height at 5 years old.
Registry Short-code Identifiers
In the Registry you will see some short-codes. This is what they mean:-
In the Height field there will be a height displayed in numbers or a code as follows:-
LM prefix means the horse has a Life Measure
a means the horse is a Category A. The horse is either under 5 years old or has not had an official measure, meaning it is unverified.
A means the horse’s height has been verified by an official measure as 34″ or under.
b means the horse is a Category B. The horse is either under 5 years old or has not had an official measure, meaning it is unverified.
B means the horse’s height has been verified by an official measure and is 38″ or under.
c means the horse is a Category C. The horse is either under 5 years old or has not had an official measure, meaning it is unverified.
C means the horse’s height has been verified by an official measure and is 42″ or under.
In the Status field we tell you what information we have used to base the horse’s registration. This way you can make a decision on how valid the information is.
S and D mean Sire and Dam
CA means Certificate from another breed association accepted as proof of parentage
In a new foal registration CA means that we have received information supporting the breeding of the sire and the dam – e.g a signed service certificate or stallion breeding return if the sire and dam were both owned by the same person plus copies of the sire and dam registration cards
PV means the horse has been DNA parent verified back to either the Sire or Dam.
UKN means that we have no documentation so the horse will not have a pedigree recorded
In the DNA field you will see codes that tell you who the horse has been DNA parent verified back to, if any:-
PVS means Parent Verified to Sire
PVD means Parent Verified to DAM
PV means Parent Verified to both Sire and Dam
Just a reference number means that the horse has been DNA’ed but has not been Parent Verified