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LexLin Gypsy Ranch is proud to be a lifetime member of the following Gypsy Horse Registries.
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Gypsy Horse Association
The Registry of Choice for Registration & Promotion of The Gypsy Horse. The GHA is a registry that welcomes all lovers of this amazing breed, and recognizes all breed names currently in use.

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Gypsy Vanner Horse Society
Official Registry of The Gypsy Vanner Horse. The Gypsy Vanner Horse Society’s mission is to bring honor, recognition, and a better understanding to one of the world’s most colorful and least understood societies and the horses they love so dearly. This registry was established to protect a vision that was born over half a century ago to create the perfect horse to pull their colorful caravans.

GypsyCobandDrumHorseAssociation

Gypsy Cob & Drum Horse Association
The Gypsy Cob & Drum Horse Association was formed as a way to protect the breed, record the parentage, preserve the history, and promote the Gypsy Cob and Drum Horse as a breed in North America.

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American Gypsy Horse Breed Association
The American Gypsy Horse Breed Association Provides education and promotion of the gypsy horse breed and makes benevolent gypsy horse contributions to worthy causes, particularly in support of special needs circumstances, including ability awareness activities and the American Gypsy Horse Angel Foundation.

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Gypsy Horse Registry of America, Inc
The Gypsy Horse Registry of America is dedicated to the heritage of the Gypsy Horse; also known as the Gypsy Cob. The registry is an educational organization that encourages the use, exhibition  and perpetuation of the Gypsy Horse/Cob. The GHRA was established to maintain pedigrees, DNA structures and to educationally promote the breed.