American Painted Horse Registry requires accurate, complete, and legible,
information in all of our reports and registration applications we receive. We will not be responsible for any errors or incorrect
information. We do not allow any erasing, alterations, or white out on submitted applications. Any persons attempting to alter
any information on any application or falsify any information shall result in being terminated and permanently suspended from
the registry along with their horse(s). Nor shall they represent a registered APHR horse or any other horse for which said
Registration Certificate was issued. Any alterations can only be made by APHR and its agents.
APHR reserves the right to refuse membership to certain people that have not acted in good faith or intentionally violated
our rules and regulations. No current, past, or inactive member shall refuse a reasonable request from this registry or its
officers, for information on a horse.
If an APHR registered horse dies or is sold without Certificate of Registration, than the owner of said horse must submit
said Certificate of Registration to the APHR with a letter containing: Date of Death or Date of Sale, and Buyer's Name and
Address. Owner of a deceased horse can request to have the Certificate of Registration returned free of charge.
APHR shall determine the eligibilty status and acceptibility of any horse submitted for registration and the color, type,
patterns, and markings.
Any person violating rules, misusing information, altering information or documents, or being anything but calm and polite
in telephone calls or mail to the APHR may have their membership terminated, their horse(s) Certificate of Registration revoked,
and all money paid to the registry will not be refunded.