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ASR Releases New Online Horse Registration Tutorial Video

Registering your American Saddlebred is now available online at for customers of the American Saddlebred Registry (ASR).

ASR President Sandra Currier commented, " Lisa Duncan and I are very happy to be able to make registering an American Saddlebred foal so streamlined! Look for other forms to also be automated in the future!"

We have created an online video tutorial to help customers adapt to this new process. This video will take you through the process of registering a horse online with the new forms step-by-step. The example we show is for a 2020 American Saddlebred foal, but the process is available for all foaling years. The ability for the ASR to move this important process online will help us continue to serve customers during these unprecedented times and moving forward. The online registration forms are available for all foaling years and will be available for members to review at all times on their Member Profile Page. 

"The Registry is pleased to present this online registration submission tutorial. Please note that online submissions are available for all foaling years. You will also have the option to review previously submitted applications.  We hope that the online registration option will make submitting your foal applications more convenient."-  Lisa B. Duncan, Registrar.

If you have questions please contact Registrar Lisa Duncan,

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