Dilutes Australia Ancillary registers for progeny of DA registered mares and stallions.
Registration and Membership Applications
A Dilute Ancillary is any one of the following:
Please note that the examples specified above represent only the most common examples of parentage / offspring combinations that are eligible for Dilute Ancillary registration and is in no way indicative of all the combinations that are eligible.
Palomino DA NSD progeny of DA cremello sire:
Solid dilute carrying grey progeny of a DA registered cremello sire:
Palomino progeny of DA cremello dam:
A Non Dilute Ancillary is the non-dilute (solid or non-solid) progeny of a DA registered (solid or non-solid) dilute mare or stallion ie chestnut offspring of a palomino parent, bay offspring of a dun parent, black offspring of a silver parent, grey or roan non-dilute offspring of a DA registered dilute parent etc.
Non-dilute progeny of DA registered dilute parent:
Non-dilute & grey progeny of DA registered dilute parent:
To be eligible for Dilute or Non-Dilute Ancillary registration, a horse or pony must be the progeny of a dilute mare or stallion registered in one of the dilute STUDBOOKS / NON-STUDBOOKS of Dilutes Australia Ltd.
Dilute Ancillaries must be registered in their respective dilute register before they will be eligible for Ancillary registration.
Colts & stallions 2 years of age and over must carry a studbook registration with a recognised breed society or with Dilutes Australia before they will be accepted for adult Ancillary registration.
Dilute registrations with other organisations ARE NOT considered recognised registrations for the purposes of Ancillary registration.
The owners of all ancillaries must be current financial members of the Association. Should an owner cease to be a financial member, the registration of all horses registered in his or her name will be suspended until such time as said owner rejoins the association, at which time the registration of all horses registered in his or her name will be reinstated
An ancillary shall meet the standards of conformation (breed characteristics being irrelevant) prescribed by the Board. To be considered for ANCILLARY registration, a horse or pony must gain the required conformation marks prescribed by Board.