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How to complete a Registration Application

APPLICANT - CURRENT OWNER

Registrations are limited to FINANCIAL MEMBERS of the Society. If you are not already a member complete click here to join or renew.

 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION

Complete all information and submit with a Breeding Certificate and payment fee.

If an inspection is required, either have the horse inspected by the inspector in your area or submit video footage.

The Society Inspector will consider the horse for ASH type, conformation, movement, colour, height, temperament, overall appearance and the like for acceptance or otherwise.

Click here for an application or an inspection List.

 

BRANDING

The horse must be CLEARLY BRANDED with a stock brand, identification number and foaling season year number.

Click here for Branding Policy. 

HOW TO TRACE A BRAND?

The Society does not have a register of brands; it only records a horse's brands, when registered, for identification purposes. To trace the owner of a brand, we would recommend that you contact the Registrar of Brands in your state for assistance.

 Click Here to Trace a Brand.

NATURAL SERVICE

ASH Breeding Certificate signed by the Stallion Owner is compulsory for all new horse registration applications. The original or a copy of the ASH Breeding Certificate must be attached to the Application for Registration when lodged with the Society.

DNA Testing is compulsory for ALL Registry Horses, or progeny resulting from Artificial Insemination or Embryo Transfer. DNA Testing for natural service is optional for other registration types.

From 1st January 2021, DNA testing will be compulsory for ALL registration and mating types.

 

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION

DNA TESTING and sire verification (sire only) is compulsory. The Society must have a DNA profile for the sire.

An ASH Breeding Certificate signed by the Stallion Owner is compulsory.

 

EMBRYO TRANSFERS

DNA TESTING and parentage verification (sire and dam) are compulsory. The Society must have a DNA profile for the sire and dam.

An ASH Breeding Certificate signed by the Stallion Owner is compulsory.

 

TRANSFERS - HORSES BEING REGISTERED

NOT REQUIRED - if the progeny is being registered by the membership that owned or leased the dam at time of foaling.

NOT REQUIRED - if the Member registering the progeny, purchased the progeny as a foal at foot (under 365 days old), with the dam.

REQUIRED - If the member registering the progeny is different from the membership that owned or leased the dam at the time of foaling and a transfer fee will apply.

Click Here if you need a Transfer application.

 

DNA TESTING (If required)

Submit the Application for Registration with payment of the registration and DNA fee. A kit will then be issued by the Society for collection of a hair sample by the owner. DNA testing is the most accurate method of parentage verification.

Click Here to arrange a DNA kit.

 

GENETIC DISORDER TESTING (GDT)

Submit the Application for Registration with payment of the registration, DNA and GDT fee (if required). A kit will then be issued by the Society for collection of a hair sample by the owner.

 

Stallions (6GDT) - OLWS, HYPP, HERDA, PSSMI, MH, GBED (If required)

All stallions being Sire Registered must be 6 panel Genetic Disorder Tested for the abovementioned disorders.

All stallions or colts being considered under the Registry will be 6 panel Genetic Disorder Tested.

From 1st January 2021, 6 panel Genetic Disorder Testing will be compulsory for ALL stallions and colts being Registered.

 

Mares (1GDT) - HERDA (If required)

Genetic Disorder Testing of mares is as follows:

All mares & fillies being considered under the Registry will be tested for HERDA.

From 1st January 2021, 1 panel Genetic Disorder Testing will be compulsory for ALL mares & fillies being Registered.

 

Progeny (GDT) - If required

Genetic Disorder Testing of ALL progeny will commence on 1st January 2021.

Testing of progeny with a parent that tested positive for one or more of the forementioned disorders, will commence on 1st January 2021 for new registrations only.

 

For further information on Genetic Disorder Testing, refer to the Society’s Rules & Regulations.