AQHA will still require the original printed AQHA registration certificate for certain AQHA business; AQHA will not accept the digital copy of the registration certificate to process a transfer of ownership.
Effective April 2, once the AQHA paperwork is completed for a registration, transfer, duplicate or corrected certificate, owners will automatically receive an emailed digital copy of the original registration certificate, if AQHA has an email address on file for the owner.
The original AQHA registration certificate, which is still considered the official AQHA paperwork, will still be mailed directly to the owner. AQHA will still require the original printed AQHA registration certificate for certain AQHA business, including transfers of ownership in the future. AQHA will not accept the digital copy of the registration certificate to process a transfer of ownership.
Once local, state and federal mandates are lifted regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), please confirm with managers of future events whether they will accept the digital copy or if the original mailed AQHA registration certificate is required.
To receive the digital certificate of registration, be sure your email is current with AQHA. If you do not have an email address on file, simply update your AQHA member account information. Verifying your email address will not only allow you to have a digital copy of your horse’s registration certificate emailed to you, but will also help you to stay up to date with the latest AQHA news, receive information from your favorite AQHA events and programs, and be notified regarding your AQHA business by the AQHA Member Experience Team.
Check out how to update your information.
If you need additional assistance, contact the AQHA Member Experience Team at 806-376-4811 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central, Monday through Friday, or submit a Contact Us form.