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stud·book

 (stŭd′bo͝ok′)
n.
A book registering the pedigrees of thoroughbred animals, especially horses.

studbook

(ˈstʌdˌbʊk)
n
(Breeds) a written record of the pedigree of a purebred stock, esp of racehorses

stud•book

(ˈstʌdˌbʊk)

n.
a book giving the pedigree of purebred animals, esp. horses or dogs.
[1795–1805]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.studbook - official record of the pedigree of purebred animals especially horses
register, registry - an official written record of names or events or transactions
Translations

studbook

nGestüt- or Zuchtbuch nt

studbook

[ˈstʌdˌbʊk] nregistro di allevamento
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And Severus Alexander, which stayed on in encouraging style to chase home stable-companion Royal Aide in Killarney, appeals in the Weatherbys General Studbook Handicap, his form boosted by the subsequent success of his conqueror in Bellewstown on Wednesday.
Following the formation of the breed association, The Livestock Conservancy received a grant to continue fieldwork and create a studbook for the Marsh Tacky.
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According to Philippine Canine Club Inc., there were 1,169,659 registered with studbook in 2017, and that's for pure-bred dog alone.
Now identified by his studbook number, Male (M)1676 can be tracked along with his pack mates and other collared wolves.
Racehorse information and race records were compiled in 2009 from the Korea Racing Authority (KRA) homepage (http:// studbook.kra.co.kr/studbook.jsp).
He could potentially enter the European studbook managed breeding programme his parents are part of, if any other animal collection needs a male, otherwise he can stay here with his parents."
International Studbook for Muskox, Ovibos moschatus.
There is a studbook currently being set up to manage this species in Europe.