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American Stud Book Thoroughbred Horses

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Brent Mccoy
• Sunday, 07 March, 2021
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In 1896, The Jockey Club bought out Bruce and assumed publication of the book, which it has continued to the present. Currently, the AmericanStudBook includes all Thoroughbred horses foaled in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

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Contents

Stub book for the American Thoroughbred horse breed Jockey Club Interactive Registration Section Section Bisection Dissection Section Section Bisection VII Click Here for printer-friendly version of the Rule Book (PDF) viewing requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free downloaders, breeders and/or their authorized agents are responsible for being familiar with and complying with the Principal Rules and Requirements of The AmericanStudBook.

Box 66 Station B Toronto, Ontario M9W 5K9 Telephone: (416) 675-7756 FAX: (416) 675-6378 (Availability of forms and information only.) The AmericanStudBook is the registry maintained by The Jockey Club for all Thoroughbreds foaled in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada and for all Thoroughbreds imported into the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada from countries that have a studbook approved by The Jockey Club and the International Studbook Committee.

Weaning : A foal of any sex in its first year of life after being separated from its dam. Aborted : A term used to describe a Broodmare that has been pronounced In Foal (pregnant) based on an examination of 42 days or more post Breeding (mating) and lost her foal prematurely; or a Broodmare from whom an aborted fetus has been observed.

Breeding (Mating) : The physical act of a Stallion mounting a Broodmare with contemporaneous intro mission of the penis and ejaculation of semen into the reproductive tract. Stallion : A male horse that is used to produce foals through Breeding (mating).

Gelding : A male horse of any age that is annexed (had both testicles removed). Ringling (“rig”) : A lay term used to describe either a Mon orchid or Crypt orchid.

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The process of determining the genetic factors present in a blood or DNA sample. An Internet website maintained by The Jockey Club where breeders, owners and authorized agents can submit registration materials, check registration status, manage Digital Certificates, and browse the Online Names Book.

The official identification document for a Thoroughbred registered by The Jockey Club. It may be a printed document, or it may be in a digital format on the Interactive Registration Internet site.

The official identification document for a Thoroughbred imported into the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada and registered by The Jockey Club. It may be a printed document, or it may be in a digital format on the Interactive Registration Internet site.

Bay : The entire coat of the horse may vary from a yellow-tan to a bright auburn. The mane, tail, and lower portion of the legs are always black, unless white markings are present.

The mane, tail, and legs are usually variations of the coat color, unless white markings are present. Dark Bay/Brown : The entire coat of the horse will vary from a brown, with areas of tan on the shoulders, head, and flanks, to a dark brown, with tan areas seen only in the flanks and/or muzzle.

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The mane, tail, and lower portion of the legs are always black, unless white markings are present. Gray : The majority of the coat of the horse is a mixture of black and white hairs.

The mane, tail, and legs may be either black or gray, unless white markings are present. The mane, tail, and legs may be black, chestnut, or roan, unless white markings are present.

B. Foals must be genetically typed and qualified by parentage verification by a laboratory approved and authorized by The Jockey Club. C. A foal is eligible for registration provided it is shown to the satisfaction of The Jockey Club that the foal's pedigree verifiably traces in all its lines to horses recorded in The American Stud Book or a foreign stud book approved by The Jockey Club and the International Stud Book Committee and if it satisfies all other requirements set forth in these rules.

The only exception to this rule is a foal imported in uteri whose dam is properly registered in The American Stud Book and whose sire was not imported but is properly registered in an approved foreign stud book. D. To be eligible for registration, a foal must be the result of a Stallion's Breeding (mating) with a Broodmare (which is the physical mounting of a Broodmare by a Stallion with contemporaneous intro mission of the penis and ejaculation of semen into the reproductive tract).

A natural gestation must take place in, and delivery must be from, the body of the same Broodmare in which the foal was conceived. Without limiting the above, any foal resulting from or produced by the processes of Artificial Insemination, Embryo Transfer or Transplant, Cloning, or any other form of genetic manipulation not herein specified shall not be eligible for registration.

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The deceased sire or dam's Certificate of Foal Registration should also be returned to The Jockey Club (see Rule 16). C. A Genetic Typing kit and a preprinted Registration Application will be sent to the person specified on the Live Foal Report.

If the Genetic Typing kit and preprinted Registration Application are not received within 180 days (six months) of the foaling date, contact The Jockey Club immediately to request a Genetic Typing kit. D. Within 45 days of receipt, the Genetic Typing kit should be used and the sample sent to the laboratory.

The fully completed and signed Registration Application, including the designation of the initial Digital Certificate Manager for foals born in 2018 or thereafter, along with a set of four color photographs of the foal (front, both sides, and rear views) clearly showing the color and the markings (or lack of markings) on the head, legs, and body, should be submitted to The Jockey Club along with the prescribed fee (see fee schedule) and a valid Service Certificate (see Rule 14C). If any of these requirements are not met, the foal owner may be required to restart the process by obtaining a new genetic typing kit from The Jockey Club and an additional restart fee may be assessed (see Fee Schedule).

E. To correctly identify the foal, a Registration Application must be fully completed and signed each time a genetic sample is submitted. If a foal does not qualify as an offspring of its reported sire and/or dam, additional Genetic Typing may be required.

Based on the results of the Genetic Typing and any other relevant information available, The Jockey Club will make a determination regarding the registration of the foal. The Jockey Club, in its discretion and for good cause, may issue a Racing Permit, an identification document issued by The Jockey Club, for any horse that has been genetically typed and parentage analyzed and whose dam qualified, but whose sire did not qualify.

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A horse issued a Racing Permit cannot be considered a Thoroughbred for Breeding (mating) purposes and cannot be entered into The American Stud Book. The term “Racing Permit” should always accompany the name of the horse in any trade journal or racetrack program.

To apply for a Racing Permit, the owner must submit a written request to The Jockey Club. FEES TO REGISTER, GENETIC TYPE, AND PARENTAGE VERIFY A FOAL A.

The Fee Schedule is also available on The Jockey Club Registry website at www.registry.jockeyclub.com. The correction of a Certificate of Foal Registration, within six months of the date of issue, if necessary.

GENETIC TYPING REQUIREMENTS FOR STALLIONS, MARES, AND EXPORTED HORSES A. All horses applying for an Export Certificate that have not been previously genetically typed (see Rule 10).

C. Within 45 days of receipt, the Genetic Typing kit should be used and the sample sent to the laboratory. The fully completed Identification form, along with a set of four color photographs of the horse (front, both sides, and rear views) clearly showing the color and markings (or lack of markings) on the head, legs, and body, must be submitted to The Jockey Club.

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If either of these requirements are not timely met, the owner may be required to restart the process by obtaining a new Genetic Typing kit from The Jockey Club, and a restart fee may be assessed (see Fee Schedule). D. To correctly identify a horse, an Identification form must be fully completed each time a genetic sample is submitted.

If at any time The Jockey Club determines that the genetic type of horse is inconsistent with the genetic type of either or both of its reported parents, The Jockey Club will notify the owner and the Certificate of Foal Registration will be revoked unless the owner provides an explanation satisfactory to the registrar (or any other person designated by the president of The Jockey Club) within 30 days of notice. In the event that an explanation from the owner is timely received and establishes parentage to the satisfaction of The Jockey Club, a Corrected Certificate of Foal Registration may be issued.

F. The Jockey Club will not respond to inquiries, other than pursuant to legal process, court order, approved foreign stud book authorities, recognized state racing commissions, racetrack authorities, or law enforcement agencies with respect to Genetic Typing information as to specific horses, except upon written request from a person whose name appears in The Jockey Club records as having an interest in that horse stating why this information is needed. When a foreign language name is submitted, an English translation must be furnished to The Jockey Club.

Horses that were born in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada and currently reside in another country must be named by The Jockey Club through the stud book authority of their country of residence. Ordinarily, no name change will be permitted after a horse has started in its first race or has been used for Breeding (mating) purposes.

Names of horses that were never used for breeding or racing may be available for use five years from the date of their death as reported. Names ending in “filly,” “colt,” stud, ” “mare,” “stallion,” or any similar horse-related term; 4.

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Names of persons no longer living unless approval is granted by The Jockey Club based upon a satisfactory written explanation submitted to the registrar; 8. Names of winners in the past 25 years of grade one stakes races; 14.

Names of horses previously recorded in The American Stud Book by the same sire or out of the same dam as the foal for which the attempt is made; and 17. Names of horses appearing within the first five generations of the pedigree of the foal for which the attempt is made.

G. In addition to the provisions of this Rule 6, the registrar of The Jockey Club reserves the right of approval on all name requests. The ownership of all Thoroughbred Stallions and Broodmares should be reported to The Jockey Club each year.

C. If The Jockey Club becomes aware of conflicting information with respect to the ownership of a horse or other rights in or related to a horse (including the management of a Digital Certificate of Foal Registration) (Ownership Issues), The Jockey Club may request additional information and The Jockey Club may defer action related to the horse until the interested parties agree to resolve the Ownership Issues or The Jockey Club may take action based upon court order (see Rule 21(F)) or other factors it deems appropriate in its discretion. In addition, the failure of an owner to submit a valid Service Certificate pursuant to Rule 2(D) may be considered evidence of an ownership issue to be resolved as set forth above, but in the event action is deferred by The Jockey Club it will process but not issue the Certificate of Foal Registration until a valid Service Certificate is submitted to The Jockey Club and all other requirements of Rule 2 are satisfied.

D. The Jockey Club will respond to inquiries pursuant to legal process, court order, approved foreign stud book authorities, recognized state racing commissions, racetrack authorities, or law enforcement agencies with respect to ownership information as to a specific horse, as well as upon written request, from a person whose name appears in The Jockey Club records as having an ownership interest in that horse. The Jockey Club may also make available to the public Breeder and ownership information in its discretion.

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Before completing the sale, the new owner should compare the description on the Certificate of Foal Registration with the horse. To obtain a Corrected Certificate of Foal Registration when the requested change is related to the color, gender, microchip number and/or recorded markings of the horse, the following must be submitted to the Registry Office: 1.

A set of four color photographs of the horse (front, both sides, and rear views) clearly showing the color and markings (or lack of markings) on the head, legs, and body, and showing any discrepancies, if possible, with the existing Certificate of Foal Registration; 3. A completed and signed Corrected Certificate form containing the written description of the markings as they now appear on the horse, including the exact location of the head and neck cowlicks and microchip number.

Nothing in this rule shall preclude the use of Genetic Typing information for the purpose of re-identifying any horse at any time. C. To obtain a Corrected Certificate of Foal Registration when the requested change is related to the recording of Breeder, foaling date and/or foaling location, the applicant shall provide the completed and signed Corrected Certificate form and any evidence and assurances as The Jockey Club may require, such as notarized statements and/or farm records.

A completed and signed Duplicate Certificate form containing the written description of the markings on the horse, including the exact location of the head and neck cowlicks; 4. A notarized statement from the owner or his authorized agent describing the circumstances under which the Certificate of Foal Registration was lost or destroyed; 5.

Any further evidence and assurances as The Jockey Club may require, such as Genetic Typing and/or parentage verification. Except as expressly provided in this Rule 9, a Duplicate Certificate of Foal Registration will not be issued as long as the Certificate of Foal Registration is known to be in existence; provided, however, in the event of a sheriff's (or similar) sale or under a non-appealable court order, a Duplicate Certificate of Foal Registration will be issued if the original Certificate of Foal Registration cannot be obtained from the previous owner only after a good faith effort to recover it is made by the seller and/or the new owner.

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In either case, the requirements of Rule 9(A) 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6 must be met and an opinion must be submitted to The Jockey Club from an attorney or an official representative of the court, indicating that the sale (if applicable) was conducted in accordance with the laws of the state and providing such other information as The Jockey Club may request regarding the circumstances and validity of the sale or court order. If Genetic Typing is required, a Genetic Typing kit must be obtained as set forth in Rule 5(B) and the following must be completed and submitted to The Jockey Club Registry Office by the time of the horse's departure: 1.

The form must be signed by the owner or authorized agent and must also indicate the country of destination, name of broker, date of shipment, and ownership of the horse. If a Service Certificate is not available at the time of shipment, it must be submitted to The Jockey Club as soon as it is received by the owner.

D. If a horse is exported to a country whose stud book is not approved by The Jockey Club and then returns to the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada, the owner or authorized agent must satisfy all the requirements of Rule 10(A) and (B), and the horse must be genetically typed and identified within 60 days after its return. E. Any horse exported without receiving a Certificate of Exportation that returns to the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada must be re-identified, genetically typed, obtain a Certificate of Exportation, and an additional fee must be paid (see Fee Schedule) before The Jockey Club will reissue the Certificate of Foal Registration.

F. Any horse imported into the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada whose sire or dam was not exported properly in accordance with Rule 10 will not receive a Certificate of Foreign Registration until that sire or dam has fulfilled the export requirements. G. If a horse is imported into the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada, its sire or dam was not exported in accordance with Rule 10, and it has since died, The Jockey Club will issue a Certificate of Foreign Registration only upon written application and approval of The Jockey Club to waive the export requirements.

Horses born outside the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada must satisfy the eligibility requirements of Rules 1(C) and 1(D) and must obtain a Certificate of Foreign Registration from The Jockey Club when imported into the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada. To obtain a Certificate of Foreign Registration, the owner or broker must cause the exporting country's registry to submit the following directly to the Registry Office within 60 days after arrival of the horse in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada: 1.

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A completed and signed Import Registration form containing the written description and diagrams of the markings on the horse including the exact location of the head and neck cowlicks. A horse is not eligible for a Certificate of Foreign Registration unless all requirements, including the appropriate fee (see Fee Schedule), are received by The Jockey Club within one year of the date of arrival in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada; provided, however, under limited circumstances, late registration may be granted to a horse that has been in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada for more than one year since its arrival provided the following conditions are met: 1.

The Jockey Club determines that the applicant has sufficiently demonstrated mistake, inadvertence, excusable neglect, or other circumstances that justify late registration; 3. The horse had been genetically typed in its country of birth and/or its identity can be established to the satisfaction of The Jockey Club; and 4.

All Stallion owners must report each Thoroughbred Broodmare that was bred (mated) to their Stallion(s) on the Report of Mares Bred form, which should be sent to The Jockey Club no later than August 1 of each breeding year along with the prescribed fee (see Fee Schedule). Failure to comply with this deadline will result in delays in the issuance of Service Certificates.

Mares bred (mated) on Southern Hemisphere time must be reported as soon as possible. If the Stallion was leased, check the appropriate box provided on the Report of Mares Bred form.

C. Based on the information on a completed Report of Mares Bred form, The Jockey Club will forward to the Stallion owner, lessee, or authorized agent a preprinted Service Certificate for each Broodmare bred (mated), including the name of the Stallion, the name of the Broodmare, the name of the Dam of the Broodmare, and the date of the last cover. When the Stallion owner, lessee, or authorized agent receives the preprinted Service Certificate, it should be examined for accuracy, signed by the Stallion owner, lessee, or authorized agent and forwarded to the Breeder of the foal or submitted to The Jockey Club through Interactive Registration at www.registry.jockeyclub.com.

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If the Mare was not bred (mated) submit the No Foal Report in January. DEATH REPORTS If a Thoroughbred that has not been permanently withdrawn from racing, training for racing or breeding, or that is a foal for which registration is pending, has died, the owner or authorized agent must promptly report that information to The Jockey Club Registry Office.

If any other Thoroughbred has died, the owner or authorized agent should promptly report that information to The Jockey Club Registry Office. Upon receipt in the Registry Office, the respective Certificate of Foal Registration will be stamped “Retired from Racing” and will be returned to the transferee/transferee's agent.

A copy of the stamped Certificate of Foal Registration will be made available on The Jockey Club Registry website at www.registry.jockeyclub.com. D. Certificates of Foal Registration for Thoroughbreds that were recorded by the Registry Office as Sold Without Pedigree prior to March 2013 shall remain cancelled.

That Person either knowingly misrepresents or aids or abets the misrepresentation of the identity, name, age, appearance, pedigree, genetic type, eligibility for registration, or any other information in, or in connection with, any communication to The Jockey Club; 2. That Person steals, counterfeits, forges, or alters a certificate or document issued by The Jockey Club or knowingly receives a stolen, counterfeited, forged, or altered certificate or document issued by The Jockey Club; 3.

That Person knowingly violates any of the Principal Rules and Requirements of The American Stud Book ; or 4. There is a final determination by a court (whether civil, criminal, or administrative), an official tribunal or an official racing body that such Person: (a) misrepresented or aided or abetted the misrepresentation of a horse's identity, name, age, appearance, pedigree, genetic type, or any other information in connection with either entry in a race or the racing of any horse; (b) misrepresented or aided or abetted the misrepresentation of a horse's eligibility for registration or any other matter related to The American Stud Book ; (c) stole, counterfeited, forged, or altered a certificate or document issued by The Jockey Club or knowingly received a stolen, counterfeited, forged, or altered certificate or document issued by The Jockey Club; (d) killed, abandoned, mistreated, neglected or abused, or otherwise committed an act of cruelty to a horse; or (e) violated applicable racing authority statutes, Rules, or regulations relating to horses (i) on one or more occasions involving prohibited or restricted drugs, medications or substances that have been classified by the Association of Racing Commissioners International, Inc. (RCI) as class 1 or class 2 (whether so classified in the jurisdiction(s) that made the final determination) or (ii) on three or more occasions in any 365-day period involving prohibited or restricted drugs, medications, or substances in any RCI class (whether so designated or classified in the jurisdiction(s) making the final determination).

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In the event the registrar has a reasonable basis upon which to conclude that any of the circumstances identified in subparagraphs 1 through 4 above may apply, the registrar shall notify such Person in writing (the “Rule 19 Notification”): (i) of the specific subpart(s) of this rule which apply; (ii) of the basis upon which the registrar believes that the subparts apply; (iii) of the registrar's proposed action; and (iv) that the Person has the right, within 30 days following the date the registrar sends the Rule 19 Notification to the last known address for the Person, either to submit to a committee consisting of employees of The Jockey Club (excluding the registrar) who are annually appointed by the board of stewards of The Jockey Club (“Rule 19 Committee”) written information to be considered in their determination of the matter or to request a hearing by submitting to the Rule 19 Committee a written request for a hearing, briefly stating the reasons why that Person asserts that this rule does not apply and/or that the proposed action is not appropriate (“Rule 19 Hearing Request”). C. If a hearing is requested (i) a non-refundable administrative fee of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) must be submitted with the Rule 19 Hearing Request, and (ii) all further proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures set forth in Rule 20(C).

If no hearing is requested, then all information submitted by the registrar and the Person shall be considered by the Rule 19 Committee within 90 days following the date the registrar sends the Rule 19 Notification to the last known address for the Person, at which time the Rule 19 Committee shall make a determination whether to deny the Person any or all of the privileges of The American Stud Book and the nature and extent of any such denial. The Rule 19 Committees determination shall be promptly reduced to writing, stating the decision made and briefly stating the reasons for such decision, and delivered to the Person (and his counsel, if any) and to the registrar.

D. Any Person who receives a Rule 19 Notification may request an expedited determination by submitting a written request to the Rule 19 Committee with a detailed explanation as to why an expedited determination is warranted. A brief statement of the facts and any documents, affidavits or other written material that Person believes will be helpful in considering the matter; and 3.

If a hearing is requested, a non-refundable administrative fee of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) must be submitted with the Statement. Any Person submitting a Statement under this rule may request an expedited determination by submitting a written request to the Stewards with a detailed explanation as to why an expedited determination is warranted.

The determination of the Stewards shall then be promptly reduced to writing, stating the decision made and briefly stating the reasons for such decision, and delivered to the Person (and his counsel, if any), the registrar and the Rule 19 Committee. The final hearing shall be scheduled no less than 15 and no more than 30 days after the date of the premiering conference unless the parties otherwise agree.

All hearings shall take place at the offices of The Jockey Club, 821 Corporate Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40503. The Registrar/Officer of The Jockey Club may appear with counsel and may testify and present witnesses and other evidence.

The Hearing Officer shall not be bound by technical rules of evidence and may receive any evidence that he considers to be reliable and relevant, if not unduly repetitious, including testimony that would be hearsay if presented in a court of law. The Hearing Officer shall, within 45 days after the close of the hearing, submit written factual findings and recommendations to the Stewards and provide a copy of those findings and recommendations to the Person (and his counsel, if any) and to counsel for the Registrar/Officer.

Owners, breeders, and authorized agents are responsible for being familiar with and complying with the Principal Rules and Requirements of The American Stud Book. Amendments and new rules are available on The Jockey Club Registry website at www.registry.jockeyclub.com.

By registering a Thoroughbred with The Jockey Club, registrants and their principals and agents agree to be bound by and subject to the Principal Rules and Requirements of The American Stud Book and all subsequent amendments thereto. C. Certificates of Foal Registration, Certificates of Foreign Registration, Certificates of Exportation, Names, Passports, Racing Permits, and Stallion Service Certificates (Official Documents) are issued on the basis of information submitted to The Jockey Club by the applicant and are subject to revocation and cancellation at The Jockey Club's discretion if further information is received by The Jockey Club indicating improper or erroneous issuance.

In such a case, Official Documents issued for the horse are subject to revocation and cancellation. In the event of cancellation or revocation, the original Official Document must be promptly returned to The Jockey Club Registry Office.

D. For the purpose of determining whether a deadline has been met, any document or other material submitted to The Jockey Club shall be deemed to have been submitted to and/or received by The Jockey Club only upon (i) actual receipt in the Registry Office of The Jockey Club or (ii) if transmitted by United States Post Office or other recognized mail carrier, the date such carrier received the material from the sender if that date is noted by the carrier on the outside of the container. Change of Address forms are available from The Jockey Club and may be submitted by the horse owner or authorized agent to notify The Jockey Club of a change of address for mailing notices or other material for any specified horse(s).

G. Notwithstanding any other provisions in these rules, The Jockey Club may require any party(IES) who requests action (or inaction) from The Jockey Club arising out of or relating to a dispute or controversy with a third party(IES) to settle that dispute in a court of competent jurisdiction and The Jockey Club may defer a decision concerning the matter pending resolution of the dispute as aforesaid. An owner or Breeder will be considered not in good standing if the owner or Breeder has any outstanding fees owed to The Jockey Club for any horse including, but not limited to, fees related to registration, Report of Mares Bred, Genetic Typing, naming, imports, exports, duplicates, or corrections.

Registration applications and other materials of any kind provided to The Jockey Club or its designee in connection with the registration of a horse, or otherwise pursuant to the Principal Rules and Requirements of The American Stud Book, shall become the sole and exclusive property of The Jockey Club for any and all purposes. The Jockey Club shall have no obligation to return any such items to the owner of the horse or to any other person or entity.

K. With respect to Digital Certificates of Foal Registration, errors or required updates in the assignment of a Digital Certificate may be corrected based upon evidence and assurances as The Jockey Club may require. M. The term Principal Rules and Requirements of The American Stud Book includes Sections I through VII and the Fee Schedule, which may be amended by The Jockey Club at its discretion from time to time.

Export: All requirements must be met within 60 days after the horse's departure to avoid paying an additional fee. Foreign Registration: All requirements must be met within 60 days after the horse's arrival to avoid paying an additional fee.

Transferred as Retired from Racing: Should be reported within 60 days after the date of the sale. TOPIC SECTION RULE Aborted (defined) III Age Definition III Determination V 1 © Altered Certificate V 19 (A) American Stud Book (defined) III Appeals and Hearings V 20 Artificial Insemination III V 1 (D) Barren (defined) III Bred (defined) III Breeder (defined) III Breeding (defined) III Breeding Practices Not Approved III Breeding Status (definitions) III Mare Reports of Breeding Status V 15 Broodmare (defined) III (see “Mares”) Certificates, Cancellation of V 21 (C) Revocation of V 5(E) Certificates, Types of Corrected V 8 21 (K) Duplicate V 9 Export V 10 Foal Registration III NBS V 2    Foreign III   V 11 Cloning III V 1 (D) Color Guide IV Corrected Certificate of Registration V 4 (B) 8 21(K) Counterfeited, Stolen, Forged Certificates V 19 (A) Cruelty V 19 (A)4 Dam (defined) III Dead Foal (no live foal) V 15 (C) Deadlines VI Responsibility V 21 (B) Meeting of V 21 (D) Death Reports V 16 Deceptive Practices V 19 Destroyed or Lost Certificates V 9 (A) Duplicate Certificate of Foal Registration V 9 Eligibility for Foal Registration V 1 Foreign Registration V 11 (D) Stud Books Unapproved V 10 (D) Embryo Transfer (transplants) III V 1(D) Export Requirements V 10 GeneticTyping V 5 (A) 10 (B, D,E) Fee to Register a Foal V 4 Fee Schedule V 1(E, G) 2(D) 4(A, B,C) 5(B, C) 6(B, C,D) 8(A, C) 9(A) 10(A, B,E) 11(C, D) 14(A) 21(I'm) Foal Registration Process V 2 Foal-Sharing Agreement and Leases V 13 Foreign Registration V 11 12 Forged, Stolen, Counterfeited Certificates V 19 (A) Forms, Availability of II Gelding Reports V 17 Gender/Sex (defined) III General Rules V 21 Genetic Typing/Parentage Verification/Registration V 1 2 Genetic Typing Requirements V 5 8 (B) 9 (A) 10 (B, D,E) 11 (D) Glossary of Terms III Good Standing V 21 (H) Hearings, Appeals and V 20 Import Requirements V 11 Inspection of horse(s) V 1 (C) 21 (F) Internet (jockeyclub.com, registry.jockeyclub.com) II III Late Registration Foal V 1 (E) Foreign Export V 10 (A) Import V 11 (D) Leases and Foal-Sharing Agreement V Breeder III Stallion Reports V 14 (B, C,D) Location of Offices II Lost or Destroyed Certificate of Foal Registration V 9 (A, C) Maiden (defined) III Mailing Address V 21 (E) Mares Genetic Typing Requirements V 5 (A) Mare Reports of Breeding Status V 15 (A, B) Live Foal V 2 (A, B) 15 (A, B) No Foal V 2 (A) 15 (A, C) Medication Violations V 19 (A)4 Microchip V 2 (C, D) Misrepresentation of Information V 19 Multiple Birth (twins) V 2 (F) Naming V 6 Changing Names V 6 (D) Criteria for Naming V 6 (A, E,F) Deadline V 4 (B)1 NBS 6 (B) Foreign Language Names V 6 (A) Permanent Names V 6 (F)14 Reserving Names V 6 (C) Ownership Disputes V 7 (C) 21 (E) Ownership Reporting or Changing V 7 Parentage Verification V 1 (B) 2 5 (E) 8 (B) 9 (A) Parentage Verification/Registration/Genetic Typing V 2 10 (E) Passport Book V 10 (A, B) 11 (C) 4 Pedigree V 1 (C) Permanent Names V 6 (F)14 Racing Permit Domestic V 3 Foreign V 12 Racing Record V 11 (B) Refunds V 4 (C) Registration, Eligibility for V 1 Registration/Genetic Typing/Parentage Verification V 2 Report of Mares Bred V 14 Report of Ownership V 7 (A, B,E) Revocation of Certificate V 5 (E) 21 © Rules and Requirements Responsibility V 21 (A, B) Term Includes V 21 (M) Sale and Transfer V 7 Service Certificate V 2 (D, F) 7 (C) 10 (B) 11 (B) 14 (A, C,D) Sex/Gender (defined) III Sheriff’s Sale V 9 (B) Sire (defined) III Stallions Genetic Typing V 5 (A) Stallion Reports V 14 Stolen, Counterfeited, Forged Certificates V 19 (A) Stud Book Certificate V 11 (B) 30-Day Foreign Racing Permit V 12 Thoroughbred (defined) III Transfer and Sale V 7 Transferred as Retired from Racing V 18 Transplants, Embryo Transfer (defined) III Twin Foals V 2 (F) United States (defined) III Violation of Rules V 19 (A) Website II III Proprietary to and Copyright © 2021 The Jockey Club.

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10: Hoarse Voice
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1 my.clevelandclinic.org - https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/17105-hoarseness-frequently-asked-questions
2 www.healthline.com - https://www.healthline.com/health/hoarseness
3 en.wikipedia.org - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoarse_voice