PRESIDENT’S REPORT MAY 07, 2016
First and foremost a hearty welcome to all for coming out and attending our Annual General Meeting. Thank you for your dedication to the Canadian Registry of the Tennessee Walking Horse.
I am honoured to be the first CRTWH President from Ontario. I am very sorry that I can not be in attendance to meet you all in person. Many of you know me through the internet … [Read More…]
To register and record purebred Tennessee Walking Horses, both in Canada and internationally, with accuracy and integrity. We are dedicated to preserving the historical attributes of the breed, while encouraging ongoing improvement in the quality of the Tennessee Walking Horse.
To foster the respectful and humane treatment of Tennessee Walking Horses through increased public awareness and education, and to encourage the enhancement of each animal’s natural gait through good horsemanship.
We envision riders of all ages, in all applicable disciplines, having the opportunity to appreciate the smooth ride, strong build and mild disposition of the Canadian registered Tennessee Walking Horse.
Is Your Canadian Registered Tennessee Walking Horse in Your Name?
The pedigree of every horse registered through the Canadian Registry of the Tennessee Walking Horse is available on the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation website. All registered owners of every horse are listed providing an accurate and complete record for the horse. But IS your horse registered in your name? If it is not, read on.
Why should you transfer your Canadian Registered Tennessee Walking Horse?
Provides proof of your ownership.
Provides proof of age and ancestry.
Increases the value of your CRTWH horse.
Ensures your CRTWH a place in CRTWH History.
Ensures a better life if you ever have to part with it.
Prevents conflicts over ownership.
Prevents potential liability issues for past owners.
Owners of Canadian Registered Tennessee Walking Horses are encouraged to visit (www.clrc.ca) and check the pedigree of any horses they own or have bred. If the historical record is not up to date, please rectify.
If an animal is sold as purebred, as registered,
or as eligible to be registered, the seller is obliged to
provide a duly transferred certificate of registration
to the buyer within 6 months of sale.
Information on CLRC website
As a member of the Canadian Registry of the Tennessee Walking Horse, your personal information is currently available on the CRTWH section of the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation website.
On April 13, 2014 the CRTWH Board approved the following motions:
- CRTWH Membership information will be available on the Canadian Livestock Records Website.
- A historical record of ownership for each registered horse will be available on the Canadian Livestock Records Website.
The Board deemed it important that those looking for a specific horse or particular breeding have access to the information. CRTWH joins 52 other groups who share their membership as well as pedigree information on the CLRC website. This service is available without charge to interested parties.
On the CLRC website, you can search for a member (breeder) by name, by province or by ID number. You can search for a horse by name, by registration number or by tattoo or microchip number. Most people search by name of the horse, but if you only know the barn name of the horse, knowing the breeder or owner would be beneficial. It is now possible to search for a CRTWH member or breeder by name, by province or by horse.
All horses bred by a member/breeder or registered in the name of a member/breeder will be listed. The historical record of ownership of a horse will be included on the same page as the pedigree, providing an accurate and complete record for the horse.
All CRTWH members will be listed by province and ID number. It is your choice whether any further information is posted on the CLRC site. If you do NOT want any personal information listed other than your name and province, you may contact CLRC at any time and request that your address, telephone number, e-mail, etc be removed from the CLRC site. You may contact CLRC
- by phone toll free at 1-877-833-7110
- by fax at 613-731-0704
- by mail at CLRC, 2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa, ON K1V 0M7
- by e-mail [email protected]
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