Faqs/Frequently asked Questions
Studbook receives many questions; following are the most commonly asked
ones. If your answer is not here,
feel free to phone or email with your concerns
I request my Pinto Stallion be judged for approval in the BPS?
until 2015 we will accept stallions with our breeding objectives, that are
registered in an EU studbook ( AES, KWPN, NRPS
or other EU studbook) will
be approved in the BP Studbook.
Stallions must have sufficient quality for the basis of our breeding objectives
that have been approved do not have to be re-inspected.
have a Friesian Foalbook (vb) mare, Can I take her to the keuring to be entered
into the BP Studbook?
all mares that represent the breeding goals of the BP Studbook, may be keured to
be entered into the BP Studbook. Naturally, BPS would like information from
these mares for future data in our breeding programs. Mares that have
titles/predicates in other studbooks keep those predicates in the BPS, but may
be keured to increase their title with the BPS.
have a pinto mare that is registered in another registry, Can I register her in
All horses that are registered by another European Studbook, can be accepted
into the BP Studbook.
have a mare without papers, can she register with the BPS?
of which ancestry is not proven, may be entered into the BP Studbook under VoorBook
1 until 2015,
they have been inspected. Once a year a day is set aside for such
a Tinker be registered in the BPS?
a BP horse is a combination of Friesian and Warmblood. The minimal
Friesian blood is 25% and a maximum is 87.50%
a Friesian Stallion be registered?
preference goes to Approved Friesian stallions, Pinto or BP approved stallions.
But the BPS money like other studbooks, the more popular the stallion, the
better the selection. Foals of an unapproved Friesian Stallion would be
registered in the Voorbook 3, after DNA testing.
I register a Pinto Stallion?
Stallions that have been approved by an acknowledged Studbook, can be entered
into our studbook. The BPS recognizes nearly all studbooks that keep accurate
reliable records. The foals from un approved stallions can be registered in the
Voorbook 3, 2, or 1.
I have to do DNA testing?
Yes, every horse which is bred, must do a DNA profile. This is to
accurately show the mother, father and descendents.
small cost is an investment in the future. All approved stallions are
already DNA tested and thus the cost is for the Mare-E45
bred a foal that was born without Pinto markings?
to worry, a black foal can be used for its breeding lines, and be
registered and take part in the keurings. The breeding objective is to breed
Barock Pinto horses (Pinto Friesians) and sometimes several steps are necessary
to obtain the end result of our breeding objectives. A black foal can
still carry the genes of the Pinto color, and thus is still important for the
a Pinto Stallion with more than 87.50% Friesian blood be approved?
breeding objective is that horses have between 25% to 87.50% Friesian
blood. A Pinto stallion with more than 87.50% would be limited in his breeding
to non Friesian mares, keeping the offspring below the 87.50%
stallions qualify for approval in the BP Stamboek?
Stallions with black and white pinto color can register in the in the Foalbook
with a minimum of 25% Friesian blood.
Stallions can be registered in the Foalbook with a minimum of 3 confirmed
Pinto father must have a minimum of 3 generations registered in either a Warmblood
or Pinto Studbook.
have a Pinto Stallion with no papers, can I breed him?
you can. We prohibit no one from breeding with a stallion, but if you want to
register his offspring, you should first have him inspected and his DNA blood
test done. His DNA profile and that of his offspring would be
fixed and the start of generation pedigree confirmed.
horse has no registration but is micro chipped and has a passport, can I
horse must be keured/inspected to see if it satisfies the breed type to be
registered in the BP Studbook.
studbooks does the BPS recognize?
Netherlands, we recognize the KWPN, NRPS , KFPS and AES studbooks for our
breeding. Stallions from other countries must be approved from a
studbook that European Union (EU) recognizes.