MFR Explained

The Mare Live Foal Report (MFR) is the second step in a 3-step Registration process. The First step was the Stallion Breeding Report (SBR).

The MFR is actually a two step process as well. Why you may ask is this necessary. The Breeders Certificate is set in motion for a pre-printing after receipt of the November 30 SBR and is the top part of the Application for Registration of the Foal/Horse. There are no late fees or penalty fees as without these two forms the application will be denied. The First Section of the Mare Live Foal Report is required to be sent no later than December 31 of the year the mare is bred. The Second Section of the Mare Live Foal Report is required when the foal is born. Both of these Reports are sent electronically to the Registry by using the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the Form Report.

For the Breeders Certificates to be sent to either the stallion owner (mare was not marked released on the SBR) or to the mare owner (release was initialed on the SBR) the Registry needs to know if the mare is still in foal, died, or was sold. No explanations are required. The ownership of the mare is requested if she was sold. There is no action required of the mare owner, especially any which could endanger the life, well-being of the mare and/or the foal she is carrying.
Each section of the MFR is self-explanatory.

Any questions contact the Registry via email.

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