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Joined 29 January Messages Slightly off topic but still about Sporthorse-data. BUT I think I it is a complete retrograde step that now everyone merely wanting to conduct a search or simply view a pedigree has to be registered a fairly recent development.
Previously I have used links to the site in things such as sales lists, adverts or emails to prospective purchasers.
Shame NED wasn't operating as fully intended - it would have offered the solution! Joined 22 April Messages 4, Location Sussex.
Have to totally agree with you on that Lucy as I have encountered and been confounded by thsi myself although am registered. I can totally understand the need for 'registered' users if wishing to input or alter data.
Joined 12 May Messages 1, Location Wiltshire. Joined 2 February Messages 2, Location Hants. All breeds though prone to alteration does offer some really good tools for breeders, either free or at a very low price you just have to check the ped before you use them!.
I know with the similar TB database some horse's details are protected so it might be worth asking all breeds to do the same?
These and the Sportshorse database leave NED floundering in the mud!!!! With a bit of tweaking they might offer a very cost effective solution to the NED fiasco!!
Thank you for your help, I find breeding really quite interesting! One last thing I'm trying to find out is about my mare's dam. She's called Primavera, Hessen.
I'd love to find a picture of her but would at least like to know her height. Della's sire was Would love to know if she's likely to put on a little growth spurt!
Aredis Well-Known Member 26 January Joined 9 January Messages Sport Horse Data is a great site. It is not a complete record by any means but I doubt it was ever meant to be.
It will however keep expanding as new blood lines are added. There is a host of recognised sport horse breeding available to research and explore and I for one like that you have to register and do not see how this is seen as a negative.
All you need is an email address and a password. Last year I spent many hours putting the basics of the Cleveland Bay stud book onto sport horse so anyone breeding CBs or part breds should be able to pick up on the ancestry back at least years on the Cleveland side.
As the Cleveland Bay has very close family lines, the test mating facility is a very useful tool to have free access to and displays the percentage of each stallions blood in the ancestry of possible future foals.
Last edited: 26 January Joined 2 April Messages 6, Send an email to them voicing your concerns, I have never had a problem with getting a reply except when I queried where someone had added breeding to a dam of a mare I owned.
They were unable to confirm Amber's breeding except she was most likely a pure welsh cob. Because you have to log in the adminstrators are able to contact the persons concerned.
I think it is a much better site especially as you can have 3 photos on there and much more detailed info. If something like this had been around even 10yrs ago just think how much more info could of been available, especially photos.
Joined 3 May Messages I think the "log in" is a good idea if it stops people maybe changing things as much. I used to use allbreed more than sporthorse but I tried to send someone the pedigree link to a horse I bred and it kept being changed so in the end I just had to scan his pedigree in his passport and send that by email.
Firm - as I previously said, I can totally see the sense in having to be a 'registered user' in order to add or alter any information on the site.
But to simply view?! Does the BBC insist you 'login' before viewing any of the vast array of information held on their website? Again as stated before - I simply feel this relatively new 'login to view' approach is a retrograde step which severely limits one of Sporthorse-data's previously very useful applications.
I was just talking in general terms rather than in specific reply to your point, sorry for the misunderstanding.
Aredis Well-Known Member 27 January Aredis said:. They have a very small number of people who are volunteers who check the site and have editing rights.
This is why I trust Sport Horse but would not use Allbreeds. Could you post the whole web link please? Many thanks. Domain Name: sporthorse-data.
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