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Tennesse Walker

Registration Requirements

All horses registered with PWHR must be half, three-quarter, seven-eighths or purebred Tennessee Walkers.

PWHR does not require gait, but does require proof of sire or dam’s registration in one of the following Associations- Tennessee Walking Horse Breeder’s and Exhibitor’s Association, International Pleasure Walking Horse Registry or Canadian Registry of the Tennessee Walking Horse.

The PWHR gives recognition to the foal’s sire or dam that may be another breed such as a Foxtrotter, Arabian, Paint/Pinto, Appaloosa, Quarter Horse, Pony Breed, Warmblood, etc. Please provide their registration certificate / pedigree so it may be included on the PWHR certificate.

The PWHR requires current color photos showing the full right and left side views including all four feet, one picture must show front face view, be sure to move the forelock away from any face markings.

All Applications for Registration must be typed or printed in ink. The applications become an important part of the records of the Association. Every care should be exercised in providing accurate information regarding dates, detailed description of markings, and legible copies of registration certificates.

Registration Form

Click here to download a full size pdf registration form which you can print, fill out and mail in.

Registration Form





Permanent Registration  ...... $30
Transfer  ............................ $15
Duplicate Certificate  ......... $15
*Name Change  ................. $15

*The name of a registered horse may be changed provided it has never sired or produced a foal.

*Please send payment in US funds only; cash, check, bank or postal money order. We accept personal checks written on US bank accounts only.



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