P.R.E Stud Book News

USPRE Signs a Cooperative Agreement for the Administration of Stud Book Paperwork in North America

Dr. Arancha Rodriguez

Following a four (4) year cooperation on P.R.E. Stud Book matters and paperwork, USPRE President, Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer and ANCCE President, Javier Conde Cerrato signed an agreement in Seville, Spain on November 25th 2011 which will pave the way for the transfer of the ” in country ” processing of Stud Book documents to USPRE commencing February 2012.

The Miami LG-ANCCE USA office will be moved in January 2012 to what is becoming widely known as the Winter Equestrian Capital of the World – Wellington, Florida.

Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer said: ” We are very pleased that USPRE will be taking a more prominent role in the services provided to American and Canadian P.R.E. Breeders.”

Javier Conde Cerrato added: ” The signing of this agreement is an evolution of the relationship which we established in 2007 and have developed over the last four years. Representing the largest number of P.R.E. Owners & Breeders in North America, it is only natural that USPRE now work directly with LG-ANCCE. “

Alexander Zilo, Kimberly Boyer, Javier Conde

Board members Joan Mack, Miguel Nunez, Alexander Zilo and US Olympian, Courtney King-Dye also travelled to SICAB for the signing ceremony.

 

 

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USPRE Signs a Cooperative Agreement for the Administration of Stud Book Paperwork in North America

Dr. Arancha Rodriguez

Following a four (4) year cooperation on P.R.E. Stud Book matters and paperwork, USPRE President, Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer and ANCCE President, Javier Conde Cerrato signed an agreement in Seville, Spain on November 25th 2011 which will pave the way for the transfer of the ” in country ” processing of Stud Book documents to USPRE commencing February 2012. The Miami LG-ANCCE USA office will be moved in January 2012 to what is becoming widely known as the Winter Equestrian Capital of the World – Wellington, Florida.

Kimberly Van Kampen Boyer said: ” We are very pleased that USPRE will be taking a more prominent role in the services provided to American and Canadian P.R.E. Breeders.” Javier Conde Cerrato added: ” The signing of this agreement is an evolution of the relationship which we established in 2007 and have developed over the last four years. Representing the largest number of P.R.E. Owners & Breeders in North America, it is only natural that USPRE now work directly with LG-ANCCE. “

Alexander Zilo, Kimberly Boyer, Javier Conde

Board members Joan Mack, Miguel Nunez, Alexander Zilo and US Olympian, Courtney King-Dye also travelled to SICAB for the signing ceremony.

   

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