You must be a full member of the AAHIA at the time of registration, transfer and other services.
The American Azteca is a combination of registered horses as described below:
They are a registered Andalusian & Quarter Horse or Paint horse bloodlines must consist of either:
Pure Spanish horse: Registries recognized are IALHA ANCCE, AFAH.
Pure Lusitano horse: Registries are IALHA, APSL, AFAH
Or a combination of Pure Spanish and Pure Lusitano: Registries reconized are IALHA & AFAH.
Registered American Quarter Horse: Registeries recognized are AQHA, FQHR, NFQHA
Registered American Paint Horse: Registered with APHA.
Registered Azteca Horse: Registred with AMCCRA (Mexico) - Only
Other Andalusian horses registries maybe considered within a pedigree, or category within a breed or registry must trace back to Spain, Portugal or both in an unbroken line with having DNA parent verification proof. All registries and each category or studbooks within a registry that a breeding candidate is listed under must be recognized by AAHIA as approved for use in producing an American Azteca
We do not allow any other breeds in a pedigree for a horse to produce an American Azteca such as but not limited to: Sulphur horses, Kiger Mustangs, Appaloosas, Etc.
Check out the Breeding Chart to know how much Andalusian and QH blood is allowed. And what the letter classifications are.
Please be aware that we do not allow ANY horses whose pedigrees are over 25% TB. If you are unsure,
*All pedigree's submitted must be from the registry the horse is registered at, such as AQHA or APHA. We do not accept pedigree from non-official sources such as allbreedpedigree.com or any other non-registry pedigree generator.
DNA and Parent Verified To BOTH Parents:
Starting January 1, 2004, all horses being registered must have DNA Analysis performed to confirm parentage against BOTH parents. The exceptions is outlined in the AQHA and APHA DNA Schedule. DNA kits are to be ordered with each accompanying registration application. (Please do not send us money for this kit before we receive a filled out and completed registration application, as we need the information from the application to complete the DNA forms). If the horse requesting registration has already had a DNA Analysis performed, a copy of the DNA Marker report is required.
Andalusian registered parent DNA result: If the horse is IALHA registered their DNA case number is on the back side of the certificate.
ANCCE registered parent DNA results: The owner listed on the certificate must contact ANCCE and request a copy of the horses DNA marker report. We can not get it only the listed owner. If this is not possible the Andalusian parent will need to be DNA'd again through us. See fee schedule for Foreign Lab Import Fee or DNA Hair kit.
APSL registered parent DNA result: APSL requires our lab to contact them for the DNA marker report. See fee schedule for Foreign Lab Import Fee.
AQHA registered parent DNA results: If the horse is already DNA'd the DNA case number should be on the certificate (check back). If the AQHA registered horse is not DNA'd it will need to be. This can be done through us.
APHA registered parent DNA results: If the horse is already DNA'd the DNA case number should be on the certificate (check back). If the APHA horse is not DNA'd it will need to be. This can be done through us.
** Our lab is UC Davis. Any horse or its parent who has already been DNA'd with this lab, we can share results as long as the DNA case number has been provided to us. IALHA, AFAH, NFQHA, AQHA, APHA also use UC Davis.
Recognized Coat Colors, Patterns and Markings:
We reconize most coat colors, coat patterns and markings that are approved by the AMCCRA, AQHA, APHA, IALHA, ANCCE, APSL.
If you are unsure of your horses color please contact us.
Breeding Stock Registration Requirements:
Any Andalusian, Quarter Horse or Paint Horse wishing to produce offspring eligible for registration as an American Azteca, must be registered with a registry that is acceptable and recognized by the AAHIA. See BREED ALLOWED
If the horse parent is a Quarter Horse or Paint Horse/Andalusian cross, it must be registered as an American Azteca before it can have AAHIA eligible offspring. The only Azteca registries acceptable and recognized are the AAHIA and AMCCRA.
HYPP, PSSM, MH, GBED and HERDA: Re: Both AQHA and APHA horses.
HYPP: Any horse found to have bloodlines of Impressive in their heritage, must be tested for HYPP. We will accept the results from another registry.
PSSM: Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy Disorder: An autosomal dominant disease caused by mutation in the glycogen synthase 1 (GYS1) gene.
MH: Malignant Hyperthermia Disorder: An autosomal dominant disease caused by mutation in the ryanodine receptor 1 (RYR1).
GBED: Glycogen Branching Enzyme Deficiency Disorder: An autosomal recessive disease caused by mutation in the GBE1 gene.
Research has found the Quarter Horse sire Zantanon and his son King, and about 8% of King descendants are carriers of GBED.
HERDA: Hereditary Equine Regional Dermal Asthenia Disorder: An autosomal recessive disease caused by mutation in the peptidyl-prolyl isomerase B (PPIB) gene.
95% of affected horses trace back to Poco Bueno on both sides of their pedigrees.
Only horses with the result of N/N for HYPP, PSSM, MH, GBED and HERDA will be accepted.
A clear and complete (front and back copy) of sire and dam's registration papers must also be sent with each registration application. If your horse is also registered with the IALHA, we do not accept the AQHA or APHA pedigree that is on the IALHA papers. However, we do accept the Andalusian side of the pedigree. For the AQHA and APHA pedigree, we need one of the following, including the registration numbers on all horses in the pedigree.
A) An copy of the original AQHA or APHA Registration Papers
B) A copy of the pedigree prepared by the AQHA and APHA only
A minimum of four generations is required.
If the ownership of a horse is a business or a trust, the Authorized Signature form is to be completely filled and all signature are required. Including a copy of the business or trust business papers are to be submitted with the application or transfer.
Transfer of Ownership:
The transfer of ownership form on the back the of the certificate must be completely filled out, included date of sale. All parties listed as owner on the front of the certificate must sign this section. All new owners names must be listed and there signatures are required.
Bill of sale:
A bill of sale is accepted on new registrations and transfers of ownership as along as the following is included.
Horses Registered Name
Date of birth
Sellers name(s), address and phone #
Buyers name(s), address and phone #
Date of sale
Signature(s) of both Seller and Buyer
We also have a Transfer Of Ownership form, in the forms section for your convenience.
A replacement certificate is a new registration certificate issued when the original certificate is in existence but has been damaged. AAHIA must be provided with the original certificate must be mailed back to the office before a replacement certificate can be issued.
Fee are: Full membership & Replacement certificate fee.
A duplicate registration certificate is issued when the original has been lost or destroyed and sufficient proof of loss and proper identification of the horse has been submitted to AAHIA.
Fill out the Duplicate Certificate form, submit it and the fees. See online Forms
Fees are: Full membership and Duplicate certificate
You can either send a check with your membership application and/or registration applications or you can make ONLINE PAYMENTS through PayPal. We ONLY accept online payments. We cannot take any credit card payment over the phone or through the mail. If you are interested in paying online, go through our online payment page.
Once the registration process has been completed. This includes all documents, DNA results, and all fees are paid. After is the registration process is completed, allow 6-8 weeks for completion. No certificate will be started until everything needed is received.
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