Yep, its pretty easy to research the bloodlines. Here's a link to the Canadian Livestock Records Corp NAPHA page. http://www.clrc.ca/cgi-bin/query.cgi?_association=38 You can look up the horse by owner, horse's name, registration number. OR if you don't know your horse's registered name but know the dam or sire (which sometimes happens with rescues), you can look up the parent and pull a list of progeny. You might have to weed through a few other horses before you find yours, but it works. Recent registrations have photos of the horse. All records list the pedigree including colors, show records, previous owners... all sorts of awesome info!