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.

Banner Photo Credit (l-r): Leo McGuire, Julie Wilson, Geoff Bateman, Narelle Wockner.


Horse Registrations
Registration Fee Increase - Members should note that registration fees increase with the horse’s birthday, being 1st August.

End of Breeding Season Delays - Bulk registrations are normally received during the end of the Breeding Season and delays during this period can be encountered. It is recommended that Members who require a registration to be completed for an ASH event or nomination in July, August or September; should submit the application as early as possible.

Submitting a Registration - When submitting an Application for Registration, we require the ORIGINAL documents to be submitted ALL together (not separately), with payment of applicable fees by MasterCard, Visa, cheque or money order. Payments for registration fees will be banked when received. The registration application is processed separately, in date order received, unless a priority is requested and the additional fee is paid. We recommend that the completed application is posted to the Society a minimum of six weeks in advance. Incomplete, incorrect or applications with insufficient payments will be returned to the owner in due course.