All the registries are having difficulties right now. Economy and changing demographics. The Canadian ones doubly so, because they are small fish in a big pond and the constraints of the Animal Pedigre act, which was sold as the key to their future, when it was first introduced. I hear the Appaloosa Horse Club of Canada is in such desperate straits they may have to sell their building. We've never supported them, as the international market revolves on papers from the American registry. One registry, doesn't matter what you breed. is the only way to go.
"Indeed, no human being has yet lived under conditions which, considering the prevailing climates of the past, can be regarded as normal."
John E. Pfeiffer The Emergence of Man
written in 1969
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