Breed societies

Andalusian Horse Association of Australiasia (SA Branch)

This association holds the Stud Books in Australasia for the Purebred Spanish Horse, the Australian Andalusian, the Hispano-Arabe, the Partbred Andalusian and shares, with the Lusitano Association of Australasia, the Stud Book for the Purebred Iberian Horse (Pure Spanish x Pure Lusitano).  Visit Facebook.

Australian Miniature Pony Society (SA Promotional Group)

The Australian Miniature Pony was derived from selectively breeding down to reduce the size of the known pony and horse breeds. Decades of dedicated breeding, refining height and conformation, has achieved the breed as it is seen today. As the name suggests, size is a very important requirement and the Ponies must not exceed 87 centimeters, measured at the highest point of the wither. Our Society also has an Appendix Registration for ponies that have been registered AMPS® but have gone over 87cm but under 91.5cm. Interest has spread rapidly to all Australian States, with small quality breeding stock being in great demand. Visit Facebook.

Australian Stock Horse Society (South-East of SA Branch)

The Australian Stock Horse Society was established in 1971 in Scone, New South Wales. 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. Call Secretary of ASH SE Branch Alison Gordon 0434 962 028 for SA information.

Australian Warmblood Horse Association

An 'A' Class member of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) ensuring pedigrees of AWHA Ltd registered horses are accepted by other overseas breed societies. The WBFSH is the major connection between the breeding organisations of sport horses and the international equestrian sport (FEI). Horses bred under the AWHA Ltd banner: Meet with the Association’s breeding guidelines to provide assurance of the quality of horses, can point to generations of proven pedigree, and are bred for performance riding. Visit Facebook.

Donkey and Mule Society of South Australia Inc.

​We are dedicated to the promotion, welfare and enjoyment of donkeys and mules. Our work is dedicated to bringing together people, donkeys and mules for the enjoyment and enrichment of both. The Society also organises shows and social events, distributes information and generally promotes the many benefits of being owned by these wonderful animals!​ Get in touch to learn how you can take part and also make a difference. Visit our Facebook page.

Paint Horse Society of South Australia Inc.

The Paint Horse has become an extremely popular equine breed, bringing quality, colour and versatility to a wide range of horse activities. The SA branch holds western shows and other activities at our home ground at the Owen Oval. Visit Facebook

South Australian Arabian Riders & Breeders Inc.

S.A Arabs Inc. has a very active group of Arabian breeders and owners with a diverse range of interests. The Club aims to cater to the interests of all its members, with a dedicated and enthusiastic committee working hard to ensure the Club continues to meet its member’s needs.​

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