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The American Spotted Paso Registry

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The American Spotted Paso is classified into two types of registration. There are the 'B' registered horses - Those having between 50% and 74% documented Peruvian blood, and then there are the 'A' registered horses - those having a documented 75% or more Peruvian blood.
All registered horses must have at least '1' purebred Peruvian parent registered in either the AAOBPPH or PPHRNA. The horse being registered must also pass both a gait inspection as well as a color inspection by video tape. No trotting horses will be accepted for registration.
For all non-purebred horses applying for registration, the other percentage of the horses heritage must be a registered horse from an 'approved' gaited horse registry. For information on which breeds are 'approved' as gaited breeds by the ASPR, please write for our current information packet.

For More Information Please See:

The Versatility Of The American Spotted Paso
Additional Information On The American Spotted Paso
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