Part-breds: One parent or grandparent of the pony requested to be registered must be registered as a purebred New Forest Pony documenting parentage for at least three (3) generations with a studbook recognized by the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society of England. DNA of the New Forest parent or grandparent of the applicant must be on file with the University of Kentucky Equine Parentage Testing & Research Lab for the purposes of parentage/grand-parentage verification. Foals may have been conceived via live cover, artificial insemination (fresh cooled or frozen), or embryo transfer. Section X: A purebred New Forest Pony that does not adhere to the breed standards, but who is from parents that are fully registered and licensed purebred New Forest Ponies, may be registered in Section X of the NFPSNA Stud Book. Section X stallions may NOT be licensed. Any offspring from ponies registered in Section X of the studbook may only be registered in Section X; they cannot be bred back into the approved section of the Registry as purebreds.
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Registrations

New Registrations

New registrations of ponies not yet registered by a studbook recognized by the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society of England are accepted by the NFPSNA.  This encompasses Purebred, Part-bred and Section X (of purebred descent, but not meeting breed standards) ponies. Purebreds: Both sire and dam of the pony requested to be registered must be registered purebred New Forest Ponies documenting parentage for at least three (3) generations with a studbook recognized by the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society of England. DNA of both the sire and dam of the applicant must be on file with the University of Kentucky Equine Parentage Testing & Research Lab for the purposes of parentage verification. The sire of the pony requested to be registered must have been licensed by a studbook recognized by the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society of England at the time of conception.  No foal can be entered unless the sire has been entered and licensed in a recognized and authorized daughter stud book of the New Forest Pony Breeding & Cattle Society of England with DNA on file with the University of Kentucky, USA.  Stallion owners must make a return of all mares serviced by December 31st of the breeding year. No foal may be entered into the studbook until this return or a breeding certificate is received.  Foals may have been conceived via live cover, artificial insemination (fresh cooled or frozen), or embryo transfer. Transfer of Registry Transfers from studbooks recognized by the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society of England are accepted by the NFPSNA. Original papers/registration will be required for the transfer as well as for showing the applicant as the current owner. A copy of a bill of sale from the listed owner to the current owner is sufficient to establish current ownership. The originals will be returned with a NFPSNA Certificate of Registration.  DNA testing is required to be on file with the University of Kentucky Equine Parentage Testing & Research Lab for any stallions to be licensed, for both future parentage verification and myotonia testing (only non-carriers will be licensed).  DNA parentage testing will be required of mares at the time of registration of their first offspring.  DNA myotonia testing is required for any mares and stallions of lineage shown to be myotonia carriers that are requesting to transfer into the NFPSNA studbook.

Change of Ownership

Upon the transfer of a pony registered by the NFPSNA from the current recorded owner to a new owner, a new registration certificate may be issued to the new owner, noting them as the owner of the pony in the Registry’s studbook.  Both the original Certificate of Registration and a Change of Ownership Form must be submitted.  If the prior owner has not signed the NFPSNA Change of Ownership Form, a signed and dated bill of sale may suffice to show legal transfer of the pony from the recorded owner to the new owner.
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