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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|Notice Board Updated - Friday, 26th May 2017.
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EADRA - Liaison Livestock Positions
Animal Health Australia (AHA) manages the Emergency Animal Disease Response Agreement (EADRA), a unique contractual arrangement between Australia's governments and industry groups to collectively reduce the risk of disease incursions and manage a response if an outbreak occurs.
If anyone is interested in undertaking accredited training and prepared to represent the horse industry in a control centre in an emergency animal disease response then please contact the ASHS Office for further details.
Training will be conducted on Tuesday, 30th May 2017 at the Department of Agriculture, Mickleham Road, Attwood, Victoria (near Melbourne Airport).
2017 ASHS Board of Directors - Nomination Results
2017 Director Elections for New South Wales (2 Vacancies), Queensland (1 Vacancy) and Victoria/South Australia/Tasmania (1 Vacancy) closed on Friday, 28th April 2017.
Nominations were received as follows:
NEW SOUTH WALES:
No election is required in New South Wales as Michael Wilson and Robert Watchirs are the only two nominations and therefore are both ELECTED unopposed.
No election is required in Queensland as Brett Welsh is the only nomination and therefore ELECTED unopposed.
No election is required in Victoria/South Australia/Tasmania as Larry Cutler is the only nomination and therefore ELECTED unopposed.
Congratulations to Michael Wilson and Larry Cutler on their re-appointment for the next three years and a warm welcome to Robert Watchirs and Brett Welsh to the ASHS Board of Directors.
Also, sincere thanks to David Wilson and Huon Smith for their valuable contributions and both will continue in their current roles through our AGM in July.
David Gatwood - ASHS General Manager.
ASHS Approved Saddlers
The following saddlers are the ONLY businesses approved by The Australian Stock Horse Society to use the "A" logo on their leather saddlery products:
- Chloe Rutherford Bridles & Tack
- Lordan's Saddlery
- Marlem Custom Made Saddlery
- Marsh Carney Saddlery
- Robinsons Saddlery
- Simon Gray Saddlery
- SKT Leather
- Stan Bowd - Custom Made Saddlery
Motion from February 2012 Board Meeting
Members using electronic methods to defame either the Society, its Judges, Officials, Volunteers or fellow Members will be referred to the Disciplinary Committee.
25 - 27 MAY | Curley Cattle Transport Horse of the North
Black Jack, QLD | Jane Weir (07) 4770 4403
27 MAY | ASHS National Show Meeting
Scone, NSW | Mel Gorton 0467 451 123
27 - 28 MAY | Eastern Downs Branch
Futurity, Maturity, Challenge & Campdraft
Allora, QLD | Kerry Hagenbach 0428 644 191
Latest Online Classifieds
RUNAROO RAMBLER | ASH Reg: 189781
DOB: 20/10/2007. Brown Gelding. 15.1hh.
SOLD - MARAMA VIVA | ASH Reg: C2-243145
DOB: 01/02/2011. Brown Mare.
MARAMA JAZZ | ASH Reg: C2-243146
DOB: 07/11/2006. Bay Mare.