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Stallion Service Report Deadline - Quickly Approaching



Stallion Service Reports are due in the American Saddlebred Registry (ASR) office by Friday, October 31, 2014. (It should be noted that a penalty fee may be assessed if the Stallion Service Report is not received on or before October 31 of the current breeding season.)

For stallions located in Southern Hemisphere countries, the deadline is April 30, 2015.  For stallions where ownership has changed during the breeding year or where frozen semen with ownership rights has been retained, a separate stallion service report must be submitted by each ownership entity.

Please note that Section III, F. of the American Saddlebred Registry rules requires that “Signatures of persons authorized to sign Stallion Service Report's and Breeder’s Certificates for the listed mares” be included on the forms.  Stallion owners may complete a Breeder’s Certificate and Stallion Service Report Authorization form if they wish to authorize others to sign stallion service reports on their behalf.

In accordance with ASR Rule III. F., the owner or manager of a registered American Saddlebred stallion which has been bred to any registered American Saddlebred mare(s) during a breeding season must submit a Stallion Service Report on a form acceptable to the Registry no later than October 31 of the year during which the stallion is bred.

Should the stallion owner or authorized manager fail to file a Stallion Service Report for a breeding season, any foals sired by the stallion and owned by the stallion owner and/or authorized manager bred in the breeding season for which the Stallion Service Report was not filed, will not be eligible for registration until the Stallion Service Report for said breeding season has been filed, and any applicable penalty fee has been paid.

Stallion Service Report forms can be downloaded here and are also available on the Forms section of the  website.  Once the Stallion Service Report form has been completed and signed, it may be submitted by email as a scanned attachment, to saddlebred@asha.net, or by mail, at the following address:

American Saddlebred Registry
4083 Iron Works Pkwy
Lexington, KY  40511

If you choose to fax the report, please also mail a hard copy to help ensure that the ASR receives it.  The fax number is (859) 259-1628.

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