ISHR PINTALOOSA FOUNDATION INFORMATION / STALLIONS & BROODMARES
IF YOU ARE NOT ABSOLUTELY SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING YOUR EQUINE INTO THE 
FOUNDATION BOOK - PLEASE DO NOT ASK TO HAVE YOUR HORSE INCLUDED!! 
MUST BE SERIOUS ABOUT LEAVING YOUR HORSE A STALLION, KEEPING ISHR 
UPDATED ON ANY ISSUES ABOUT THE EQUINE SUCH AS BEING GELDED, SOLD, 
GIVEN AWAY, DEATH, MOVING, NEW ADDRESS, GET ON GROUND, BREEDING 
INFORMATION, ETC... ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRES AND INCLUSIONS INTO THE 
BOOKS ARE ACCEPTED!!
 
IF A FOUNDATION HORSE IS SOLD OR DISPOSED OF ANY OTHER WAY OR GELDED -NOTIFIY THE ISHR FOUNDATION DEPT. IMMEDIATELY! REGISTRATION AND FOUNDATION CERTIFICATES MUST BE RETURNED TO REGISTRY AS SOON ASANY OF THE ABOVE OCCUR!!
 
AT THIS TIME - THE FOUNDATION BOOKS WILL CLOSE JANUARY 1, 2015!
 
THE FOUNDATION DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN MONITORING THE FOUNDATION STALLIONS AND MARES AND A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF THESE HORSES ARE BEING SOLD WITH NO TRANSFER OR BEING GELDED, AND NO CERTIFICATES HAVE BEEN TURNED IN TO ISHR AND/OR OWNERS MOVE LEAVING NO ADDRESS CHANGES.
 
AWARDS ARE GIVEN TO FOUNDATION STALLIONS & BROODMARES EVERY YEAR WITH MEDALLIONS AND/OR SPECIAL CERTIFICATES - FOR 2008 ALMOST 20 AWARDS WERE TO BE GIVEN OUT - AFTER CONTACTS WERE MADE TO ALL FOUNDATION OWNERS, MOST OF THE STALLIONS WERE EITHER SOLD (no transfer was ever received by ISHR) OR THEY WERE GELDED. SEVERAL OWNERS NEVER RETURNED CALLS OR LETTER CONTACTS (the Medallion awards were severly cut down to only a few) - THE ISHR MUST BE ABLE TO CONTACT ALL FOUNDATION HORSE OWNERS, IF THIS CANNOT BE POSSIBLE THEN THE FOUNDATION EQUINE MUST BE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 
The Acting ISHR Foundation Secretary has set forth the following pertaining to the Foundation Stallion & Broodmare Books.
     1) Wants pictures of a side shot and one close up head shot.
     2) Picture size no bigger than 3 1/2" x 5".
     3) Stallions to be at least one (1) year of age for inclusion.
     4) Once a year we will go back into book and files for owners
        who wish to update any information and/or pictures or add
        the stallions/mares get to the file and/or add any performance
        records for the year.
     5) Please provide a copy of the registration paper(s)
        and the questionaire form for the Broodmare and/or Stallion.
     6) Contact information is: ISHR FOUNDATION OFFICE, 2120 Scotch
        Hollow Rd., Noel, MO. 64831 or 866-201-3098 or 
ishrppa@aol.com
Preferred Stallions and Broodmares will be admitted into the  Foundation 
book on a permanent basis based on; 
     1) Ability to progress
     2) get on the gound 
     3) passing color onto their foals

MEDALLIONS & REGISTER OF MERIT >> may be acheived by:

     1) Demonstrated abiltiy to show/perform or be a good 
        using horse in the given area or discipline.
     2) Points accrued at breed/open shows.
     3) Get color and Achievements
     4) STALLIONS ONLY: Homozygosity by either testing (if available 
        for this type color or pattern) or by demonstration of color on get.
     5) Pedigree or breed type in ISHR or another recognized spotted registry.
     6) Race ability, SI and/or races, speed events won.

FOUNDATION STALLION & BROODMARE GUIDELINES

     A) Useability,good tractable disposition, and color 
     B) All stallions and broodmares must be or become registered with the
        International Spotted Horse Registry Association before entry into 
        the Foundation Book.
     C) Any and all pending stallions and broodmares must be approved by 
        the President of ISHR and Delia Ryan, ISHR office will do all 
        Foundation Cerficates and Delia Ryan is in charge of all entries 
        into the books.
     D) All approved Foundation Stallions & Broodmares will receive an  
        Foundation Certificate from the ISHR home office with a permanent 
        Foundation number. 
FIELDS OF FOUNDATION STALLION / BROODMARE ACCEPTANCE

     1) Discipline and Characteristics
     2) Pedigree (registry with ISHR or other recognized spotted      registry)
     3) Performance - Athletic - Race - Speed Ability
     4) STALLIONS ONLY: Homozygous or Heterozygous designation

DEFINITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE >> Characteristics / Standards for Type:
     1) Horses: must stand 13.2 to 16.2hh at maturity
     2) Draft: draft type of 15.0 to 18.2hh at maturity
     3) Pony: miniature / sport or sport type pony
     4) Superior Child Pony 
          a) Disposition and willingness most important
          b) Size from Miniature to 13.1hh

MUST EXHIBIT SPOTS and/or CHARACTERISTIC COAT PATTERN/TYPE

     1) Lp Pattern/Coat and Characteristics
          a) Homozygous or Heterozygous designation
     
     2) Paint/Pinto Pattern/Coat and Characteristics
          a) Homozygous or Heterozygous designation

     3) Pintaloosa Pattern/Coat with BOTH Characteristics/Coat of
        Paint/Pinto AND Lp/PATN pattern(s)
          a) Homozygous/Heterozygous to be determined by any possible
             tests, or by get on the ground

**HOMOZYGOUS STALLIONS >> will receive the highest rating for the stud book
as sires, as will stallions of good showing/using ability will receive high 
status.

BREED AND REGISTRY TYPE

     1) Show/Halter Type:
          a) Stallions/Broodmares with points at Halter
          b) Versatility in show ring in Open or Breed Shows 
             (this does not mean the super sizing or over training/nutrition
             of immature horses. ISHRA believes this weakens the horse and
             therefore the breed)
          c)Conformation is also a factor
          d) Stallion/Broodmare must be of a calm, tractable nature

     2) Performance-Race-Speed Type
          a) Any type of race horse
          b) Any timed event racing (including Keyhole/Rope races)
          c) Athletic stallions/broodmares who have proved to be good 
             using horses with extra speed

     3) Sport Type
          a)English type Conformation (racing/speed entered here also)
          b) Race - Eventing - Dressage - HUS and EP
          c) Working Hunter and combined training or combined Driving Horses
               1) good place for Warmblood type horses
               2) Warmblood crosses, Draft Crosses and TB type horses
4) Trail - Endurance - Pleasure - Family Type
          a) Able to be good using horse with endurance characteristics
          b) Good, calm disposition
          c) Family type horse that any/all members of the family can ride 
             or drive in a variety of recreational ways

     5) Draft/Draft Cross Types
          a) Must exhibit a Draft conformation/size
          b) Ability to work as a draft horse in any area
          c) Ride and/or Drive
          d) May also be used as a sport horse type
          e) bone density of at least 7 1/2"
          f) Weight at least 1200 lbs.
          g) Height at least 15.0hh
               1)smaller Draft types may be registered in the pony 
                 area as using ponies

6) Pony Type/Division
     a) All Pony sizes allowable for sires
     b) Smaller breeds/types also allowed
     c) Sizes from Miniature to Halflinger types
          1) further Division as to color/pattern type
          2) Miniature Appaloosa type - Miniature Pinto type and
             Miniature Pintaloosa type

7) Shetland Type/Division
     a)Shetland cross type with the Welsh type with same color/coat 
       pattern designations
     b) Other divisions will be the same as for horses; show, 
        performance, etc...
8) Sport Pony Type/Division 
     a) Welsh or Cob type pony
          1) Connemara, New Forest, etc...
     b) Sport Pony Cob type with emphasis on disposition and 
        willingness

9) Pony Special Type/Division
     a)Child's Pony type
          1) must be of good nature
          2) tractability and ability of all ages of child to easily
             handle
          3) ride or use
          4) either Leadline/Ponied by adult or with experienced older
             child
     b) Pony Stallions will be given higher rating for their kind and 
        gentle nature, trainability and handling ease
          1) this is the most important quality for these pony 
             stallions because of the high probability that they will
             be handled and/or ridden by children

Any foal born from the mating of an ISHR Foundation Stallion and an ISHR 
Foundation Broodmare will result in the foal having "Foundation Parentage" 
and as such will receive a Certificate stating this and be classified as 100% 
Foundation Stock.    

****NO MULES OR DONKEYS WILL BE ACCEPTED INTO FOUNDATION BOOK

*copyright material for ISHR as of January 1, 2001*

PURCHASE YOUR COPY OF THE ONLY PINTALOOSA BOOK IN EXISTANCE.
WRITTEN IN 2008 WITH 100'S OF BEAUTIFUL PINTALOOSA HORSE PICTURES.

 

  

 
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