The Registration Process
After receipt of photographs, DNA analysis, parent verification, and permanent identification (through microchipping and/or branding), the application is sent to the IALHA Registrar and one of the Registry Board members for final review.
If the horse has been imported, or has parents not registered with IALHA, the paperwork is reviewed by the IALHA Registrar and all Registry Board members.
Following approval, a Certificate of your IALHA registered horse will be mailed.
The Half Andalusian Registry
This is why the IALHA Registration process and Studbook are respected around the world for their judiciousness and reliability. When the certificate is safely in your hands, you know that your horse’s identity is assured and is the descendant of a breed of horse that traces back to the Horse of Kings.