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American Hackney Horse Society Announces Registration Incentive Program



Attention all owners and breeders of Hackney horses and ponies! The American Hackney Horse Society is pleased to announce it is offering a registration incentive program. Between April 15, 2016, and June 15, 2016, the American Hackney Horse Society is offering its members registration of Hackneys of any age for a flat fee of $50.00.  The $50.00 fee includes both the registration fee and the fee for the DNA kit. 
 
Save on registration fees for weanlings, yearlings, two year olds, aged, and imported Hackneys by taking advantage of this program now. With this program, you can register and DNA your unregistered Hackneys for a flat fee of $50.00. Take advantage of this limited time program and save potentially hundreds of dollars.
 
Have an older unregistered mare or stallion you would like to breed but the cost of registration is too expensive?  You can register your Hackneys between April 15, 2016, and June 15, 2016, for a $50.00 fee and still have time to breed this season.  Have unregistered Hackneys you would like to sell? Enhance your Hackneys’ value by getting them registered now.  Have an unregistered Hackney you would like to show in the registered Hackney division? This is the perfect time to register!
 
To take advantage of this limited time offer, simply submit your completed application for registration, with full signatures, including the breeder’s certification, and your payment of $50.00, to the AHHS office and you will be sent a DNA kit.  Once the DNA has been completed and verified, your registration papers will be issued.  Incentive registration applications MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE BY JUNE 15, 2016 and DNA KITS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 15, 2016, or the registration and DNA fees will revert back to the normal fees.
 
For questions or more information, please call or email Ashley Redmon, Executive Secretary, at (859) 255-8694 or email ahhscsl@qx.net
  

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