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Selecting a Stallion

Salito (Stakkato-Celine Dion/Calido)
Standing at Spruce Meadows, Alberta, Canada

To breed registered Hanoverian horses, both the mare and stallion need to be registered and approved by the Hanoverian Verband.

Canadian members can breed to any sire in the Canadian Directory or the Verband Directory. Stallions listed in the American Hanoverian Society Directory may also be utilized, but require a payment to the German Verband of a “foreign sire” fee of $150 (due on registration of resulting foal).

Insemination Certificate

All mares bred by fresh, frozen or natural from approved stallions must have an insemination certificate completed in the year of breeding.

Certificate Completion

  • for natural and fresh semen it must be completed by the stallion owner
  • for transported semen (cooled or frozen) it must be completed by the mare owner and attending veterinarian.

 

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