Arabian Performance Index

The Arabian Performance Index is an initiative of the Society which acknowledges the Arabian ancestry of horses which contain less than 12.45% recorded Arabian breeding and which are not eligible for registration in any of the Arabian Derivative registries. Arabian Performance Index recorded horses and ponies are eligible to compete in any class not specified…

Half Arabian Registration

Horses eligible for registration in the Half Arabian registry must have one Purebred Arabian parent. Horses with one Purebred parent may be registered in the Half Arabian or one of the other Arabian Derivative registries depending on the breeding of the other parent. Half Arabians competing in Half Arabian classes will be judged on Arabian…

SCID Testing Now Available in Australia

Owners of Arabians and those horses/ponies derived from Arabian blood can now get all their genetic testing for SCID, CA & LFS done in Australia. The University of Qld. now offers SCID, CA & LFS testing which can be done in conjunction with DNA typing or separately. Practical Horse Genetics now offers SCID, LFS & CA…

New Online Studbook

The AHSA is proud to announce the launch of its new Online Studbook.     The new studbook will be an amazing resource for many of you. It has many updated features, making searching for horses, breeders and owners much easier. New searchable fields include: colur, markings, age, microchip, import and export country and more. Horse Detail Pages…

Nomination and Election of The 2021/2022 Board of Directors of The Arabian Horse Society of Australia Ltd.

Nominations for Election to The Board of Directors of The Arabian Horse Society of Australia Ltd. for 2021/2022 were called and closed at 4pm 31st October 2020. Nominations for the Board were required from the following States: New South Wales – one (1), Queensland – one (1), Tasmania – one (1), Victoria – one (1)…

Change Of DNA Provider

Change of DNA provider resulting in increased processing and reporting time. The  DNA laboratory used has always been the one under the umbrella of the Australian Stud Book and has historically been the University of Queensland. The ASB recently decided to move all testing to Massey University in NZ. Breed Societies were notified on a…