Category Archives: AQHA Cloning Lawsuit

Jury Finds AQHA Clone Ban Violates Antitrust Laws

**This article is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney.** Last week a federal jury found that an AQHA rule prohibiting registration of cloned horses violated state and federal antitrust laws.  The AQHA has announced that it will appeal this decision. The AQHA Rule REG 106.1 The AQHA is the world’s largest equine breed registry and membership organization, having more than 5 million registered horses and over 280,000 members.  The AQHA allows registration of quarter horses that are conceived by live cover, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.  In 2004, however,… Read More →