Archive for the ‘Breeding’ Category

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Breeding Your Mare

Breeding Your Mare

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. 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 […]

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Selecting a Stallion

Selecting a Stallion

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 […]

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Verband Stallion Directory

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 Verband Stallion Directory. To view a complete listing of currently activated stallions in the Verband Directory, please visit the link below. Verband Stallion Directory

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AHS Stallion Directory

To breed registered Hanoverian horses, both the mare and stallion need to be approved for breeding by the Hanoverian Verband. Stallions listed in the American Hanoverian Society Stallion Directory may be utilized and no longer require  a “foreign sire ” fee of $150 (this extra fee was eliminated in 2011). AHS Stallion Directory

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Foal Registration

Foal Registration

In order to have a registered Hanoverian foal, both the mare and the stallion have to be registered and approved by the Hanoverian Verband. Only foals by approved stallions will be eligible for registration. The Abfohlmeldung After the insemination certificate has been sent to the Verband’s office, they print an “Abfohlmeldung” and send it to the mare owner by mid-April. When your foal is born, please contact the Verband’s representative for Eastern or Western Canada, to let them know you […]

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