Horses, like other pedigreed animals, may also include breeding rights as part of the sale. In most cases, new owners must secure breeding rights for a pedigreed or registered horse before breeding it. If breeding rights are included, this should be listed in the bill of sale. Consequences of not getting permission to breed could be that the horse's young may not be able to get registration papers. If the new owner tries to sell unregistered foals, the equine associations may be able to prevent registration.