Looking for some input on ISR/OLD NA vs GOV registration for a coming foal. Baby will be out of a GOV mare (inspected as a foal but not as a mare, so would be inspected and approved with foal) and an ISR/OLD NA licensed stallion (in the stud book for GOV as well but not inspected with GOV). Stallion will be working on getting his full GOV license with performance requirements but won’t have that until probably 2023.
Baby will have very quality bloodlines, all generations fully licensed with approved warmblood registries.
I’d love any suggestions on if people would suggest going with ISR/OLD NA for initial registration/inspections (foal would have full papers with ISR and be eligible for Premium Foal distinction), just doing GOV white papers and then applying for pink papers once stallion passes licensing with GOV (probably once foal is 1 or 2), or doing both. Pros and cons?
This Is my first time registering an Oldenburg foal and I’m trying to figure out which is the best option. This baby will be a broodmare prospect if a girl, and a stallion prospect if a colt, and will be shown throughout their life.