The Australian Stock Horse Society
The Australian Stock Horse Society was established in 1971 in Scone, New South Wales with the aim of preserving and promoting the bloodlines of the Australian Stock Horse, recognised for its versatility and superior performance amongst work and leisure breeds. Today the Society is Australia's largest equine recreational and pleasure association, with a loyal and growing membership of more than 9,500 individuals and in excess of 180,000 registered horses in the Stud Book.
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New Applications for Registration
Applications for Stud Book & Second Cross horses under 1yr (as of 31st July) must be received at Head Office prior to 15th September 2015, to enable the under 1yr fees to apply. From 15th September, the fee will be charged in accordance with the horse’s age, as determined by the horse’s birthday. Gelding fees will remain the same, regardless of age.
Applications for Stud Book & Second Cross horses 1yr & over will be charged in accordance with the horse’s age, as determined by the horse’s birthday (1st August each year). Applications MUST be submitted to Head Office prior to 1st August 2015, or fees will be charged in accordance with the horse’s age when received.
Fees for Stud Book & Second Cross horses for 2015 are as follows:
Fillies & Colts, Under 1yr - $80
Fillies & Colts, 1yr & Under 3yrs - $110
Mares & Stallions, 3yrs & Under 6yrs - $135
Mares & Stallions, 6yrs & Over - $190
Geldings, any age - $70
Click here for more registration information and a complete list of horse registration fees.
Motion from February 2012 Board Meeting
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2015 ASHS National Show - Drug Test Results
One of the important requirements in running a National Show is taking measures to ensure all competing horses on the grounds are free from prohibitive substances.
Prior to the program commencing a Drug Testing area was established on site and over the course of the 9 day program a total of 8 horses were randomly selected for blood and urine sampling.
The samples were sent to the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory for analysis and I am pleased to report that all samples produced a negative result.
I would like to thank all connections involved with those horses tested for their co-operation in this important process.
For further information on the Society’s Drug Policy Regulations please visit the Rules and Regulations page.
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