Horse people generally, and in particular Sprint Racing enthusiasts
know only too well the problems of trying to get a complete pedigree
of their horses.
Studbook refers to Quarter Horses as Non Thoroughbreds and the line
stops there. Likewise the AQHA registry refers to Thoroughbreds as
foundation sire or dam, and most imported horses have the same
ancestry – “Unavailable”. (He must have been a prolific sire.)
of this we have the ludicrous situation where the AQHA registry
attributes nearly 200 foals to a single dam, and a leading sire
appears as seven separate identities, and the same horse is registered
multiple times with different name and registration numbers!
problems with the industry have resulted from some sprint horses being
registered to race with the AJC, but not being AQHA registered, others
being registered with different names in the two registries and still
others being registered with different racing bodies under different
Birdhouse Stud originally set out to compile the ancestry of our own
horses, but after seven years fulltime research and data entry now
boasts a registry of 120,000 horses with accurate ancestry on horses
which cannot be sourced from any other registry!
(PDF Format) to view the Pedigree of Bars N Bids
from a Major Australian Registrar (for which they charged
(PDF Format) to view the same horse in our registry.
As an introductory offer, we make no charge for
Pedigrees or Test
Simply email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org with your request or
challenges and see what our efforts can offer you. The more info you
can give us the better, but don’t be put off if you don’t have much or
if it is from doubtful origins. Check us out!!