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ZfdP - Zuchtverband fuer deutsche Pferde e.V.

Posted by P. Fallows on August 15, 2010 at 1:41 PM



The ZfdP is a German breeding association working in several European countries holding at least 30 different breed studbooks.


Spotted Horse and Pony breeds are served by several studbooks:


- Knabstrupper (ZfdP holding the biggest studbook of this breed worldwidely)

- Baroque Knabstrupper (ZfdP holding EU motherbook status of this book since 2009)

- Appaloosa

- German Tiger Horse


- several other breed books allowing the leopard coat pattern in their breeding programs


For further information please have a look onto the following websites:


Main ZfdP site in German: http://www.zfdp.de


ZfdP site for the U.K. inspections: http://zfdpgrading.webs.com/

British Appaloosa Society

Posted by spotties admin on July 22, 2010 at 5:44 PM

www.appaloosa.org.uk



The Society established in 1976 is the oldest Appaloosa Organisation in the UK. It is proud of being a totally independent appaloosa breed registry serving the needs of the British Appaloosa Horses 


Knabstrupper Society GB

Posted by spotties admin on July 22, 2010 at 5:41 PM



UK Daughter Organisation of the KNN - the Mother Stud Book for the Knabstrupper Breed

 

Society open to all Knabstrupper owners in the UK and Ireland. 

 

Annual gradings, performance scheme awards and the opportunity to get together with other Knabstrupper Owners and Breeders.  Quarterly Newsletter, along with the quarterly edition of Knabstrupper Nyt - the magazine of the KNN.

 

Website with full details of the above, plus stallions at stud, foals 2010 and horses for sale.

 

www.knabstruppersociety.org.uk

 



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