It will be done manually by staff. It can indeed take a little while for it to get done, but hopefully not more than a week. I would keep an eye on the discipline change raw-list, then you can see when your horse has been fixed
They are a mix of caps of both breeds, so the Hano x Trake should be changed to go up to 10. If you can send me his information I can take a look at him.
In the future, I'd suggest registering WB crosses of this type as a breed instead of a grade to avoid potential snafus like this- A Trake x Hanoverian can be a Hanoverian (or any number of other WB studbooks, even other German WBs.) The Dutch Warmblood similarly could have been registered as a KWPN or any other WB studbook that allows those breeds
According to my caps database, Mustangs are correctly capped at null for Pony Show Jumping. I recommend looking at the newer version of the Discipline Checker for cap information as it pulls directly from our updated database, instead of the older one which pulls from an indirect source and occasionally gets its wires crossed.
Just realized I never responded to this, but yes, adult conformation is preferred for registration. The process is automated and we allow all photos so long as they are 1) unique and 2) photos of sim horses, however since horses need to be adults to start competing realistically we ask that adult photos be used for registration.
It looks like the Poney Français de Selle was missing from the allowed outcrosses for riding ponies. It's been fixed. In the future if you encounter an outcross like that that is being denied by autoreg despite being allowed on the Master Breed List you can post an error report in the Autoreg Missing Info thread.
German SPH RPSI would be my choice for sure, and the most realistic for the Holsteiner cross. International SPH is a good choice as well for the ISH cross, but German SPH RPSI would work for it as well.
@Puck-Cantrell ah! Okay, that makes a lot more sense. I wasn’t quite sure where to look for my horses apparently, but thank you! I saw that it mentioned that on the registration thread, but I just didn’t understand what it meant exactly, but that clears it up pretty well
@Puck-Cantrell hm... maybe the champagne horses they talk about in the books were mere pearls then. There are two lines with "champagne" in andalusians anyway. The Maluso line and the Hacendada line. There's a lot of champagne CDE too but a CDE is just andalusian crossed with any other sport warmblood so who knows haha.