To access the Online stallion return program, log on via the home page and select the ‘Online Services’ / ‘Stallion Return’ header. Upon acceptance of payment, your stallion will be advertised on the website with stud or contact name, phone number and 2020 service fee, and displayed in the 'Stallions Standing in Australia' listing.
If your stallion has died, or you have retired him from breeding, please advise us to enable his records to be closed. If you do not wish to complete the Foal Ownership Declaration at this point, you or the owner can access the judgement at a later stage under the 'Online Services/Foal Ownership Declaration' tab on the menu bar.
Due to be returned to the Studbook on 15 March of the season the mare was not covered. Access the online services program by logging in via the home page.
A Foal Identification Card (FIC) is produced at the time a horse is parentage verified. The Foal Identification Card must be relinquished to the Registrar of Racehorses at the time an application for naming is submitted. In previous years, a passport (or Identification Papers) has been produced for Australian thoroughbreds.
Foal Identification card is produced at the time a horse is parentage verified. Only authorized ASB veterinarians can carry out the extraction of hair required for this test.
Upon positive parentage verification, a Foal Identification Card (FIC) will be sent to the contact associated with the horse. Please note that if a foal dies prior to microchipping and DNA sampling, the microchip must be returned to the ASB as soon as possible. Upon receipt of the microchip, the ASB will issue a refund of the parentage testing fee.
Veterinarians will receive: DNA cards Plastic Bags Reply paid envelopes All imported horses are required to be DNA typed to enable acceptance into the ASB.
An import application form is due within 30 days of the horse’s arrival. The ASB will send breeders an identification kit and advise them of a two-month period in which their foal/s must be microchipped.
The veterinarian is required to complete a Microchip, Brand and Sample (MBS) form and return it to the Studbook. To assist Thoroughbred breeders to comply with the requirements, the ASB’s microchip supplier, which owns one of the registries approved by the Government to record horses, is offering its services at a reduced rate to enter a Thoroughbred into its registry.
To further assist, a preprinted Getafe Register form will be included in the DNA kit sent to breeders in Victoria to provide to your veterinarian at the time of microchipping, if you choose to use this registry. Brands must be clearly visible as permanent white hair markings before horses are microchipped and DNA sampled.
The Brand Index Card must be provided to the veterinarian at the time the horse is microchipped and DNA sampled to enable him/her to enter the correct Brand Index Number on the relevant forms. Step 3 Wait for the ASB to send your foal’s identification kit.
Step 4 Arrange for the veterinarian to visit in the month designated by the AustralianStudBook to implant the microchip. Step 5 Approximately two weeks after the vet has taken the sample, check that the foal has been parentage verified on the Unnamed Produce page of the website, found under the horse name dropdown menu.
Step 6 A Foal Identification Card (FIC) will be issued at the time of parentage verification. Upon receipt of the FIC, check the identity of the horse against the brands, markings description and microchip number.
The FIC must remain with the person currently in possession of the horse, and must be relinquished to the Registrar of Racehorses at the time an application for naming is submitted. All Stallion Returns are due to be lodged with the ASB by 30 June each year.
Stallion Proprietors who stand stallions that cover more than 40 mares are required to lodge service dates electronically through a stud management system (such as Arden, Quipster or Stable Eyes) or via the Online Declaration of Service facility on this website. Reporting of coverings are required to be lodged on a monthly basis as follows: Covering Date Lodge with ASB 1-30 September 2020 by 15 October 2021 1-31 October 2020 by 15 November 2021 1-30 November 2020 by 15 December 2020 1-31 December 2020 by 15 January 2021 Later services 2021 by 15th day of next monthStallion Proprietor certifies that the covering stallion is the sire of the foal.
Required to be certified Online by the Stallion Proprietor from 31 January of the covering season, once the breeding contract fee has been received from the breeder. Sales company produces catalog from entry forms received.
“The ARB will take control and have all racing data records centralized, which can only be good for the sport and its integrity,” ATC chairman Michael Climate told the newspaper. ARB is operated as a nonprofit organization and will return any profits from the Studbook and RISE to the industry.
Horses and ponies born before 1 Aug 2015 whom have known parentage which cannot be verified. Sire and dam's names will ONLY be added to registration certificates of horses and ponies born before 1 Aug 2015.
Horses or ponies must be micro-chipped or branded for identification purposes. For the amnesty period to 1 August 2015, parentage as specified by the registered owner will be recorded on the Association studbook and registration certificates.
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Bred by the 3rd Earl of Fremont he was a full brother to Columbus (b c 1802) and Heyday (b c 1803). He sired Piglet (ch f 1826) the ancestress of the Manhattan Handicap winner Rosebud (b g 1901 Ben Stroke) and the Hungarian-bred Rascal (b c 1907 Rayburn) the winner of the Oesterreichisches Derby, the Austria Press and the Magyar St Leger.
Bred by the Duke of Portland he was a full brother to the Derby winner Tiresias (BR c 1816). He sired the stallion Bedlam ite (ch c 1823), Parthenon (b f 1821) the dam of the Grand National Steeple Chase winner Lottery (BR c 1829 Lottery) and Miss Thomason (ch f 1823) the dam of the Manchester Cup winner Red Rover (BR c 1831 Lottery).
Bred in the Yardley Stud he was described as “not exactly made to order as regards length and scope throughout”. In his only good outing he won the St Leger Stakes in 1872.
Bred by Sir CD avers he was owned by HRH the Prince of Wales. Most He was purchased in 1786 by Mr Hale for 475 gs at the Prince's sale.
He was described as standing 15 hands, very strong, bony, and handsome and having as much spirit as any full-blooded horse in America. In 1774, he stood in at the Allen stud in Pennsylvania, in 1775-76 at John Price Hunt's in Hopewell, New Jersey, and in 1777-78 at Willie Jones' in Halifax County, North Carolina.
Bred by Mr Swinburne he was ridden by Jenison Shaft in his famous match against time at Newmarket in 1759. He was sent to America around 1765 and owned there by Colonel Joseph Sim in Maryland and James Delaney in New York.
In 1773, he was purchased by Edward Leeds of North Milford and returned to Yorkshire. Most of his known offspring were foaled after his return to England, including his son Tommy (ch c 1776) who won the St Leger Stakes.
Bred by Francis Pop ham he was described as a horse who “was not quite so large as he looked, and measured 16.1 1/4. A magnificent topped horse, but an inch too long in the leg for beauty.
Bred by Major L B Holiday she was campaigned by Lt-Col Sir Jeffery Darell and Miss E B Ridden. In the stud the got the Derby winners Blackened (b c 1966 Ethernet) and Morton (ch c 1970 Reigns).
An immensely popular and successful stallion he was second on the sires list from 1789 to 1792 inclusive. His most important son would have been Buzzard (ch c 1787) who ensured the continuance of the Barley Turk sire line.
Owned in Kentucky by James Lindsay of Lexington he sired the stallion Grey Eagle (gr c 1835), his sister Falcon (b f 1839) the ancestress of the Belmont Stakes winner Hanover (ch c 1884 Indoo) and Sally Shannon (b f 1839) the ancestress of the Tennessee Derby winner Jamboree (b c 1891 Level). Owned by Lord Grosvenor he was a full brother to Waxy (b c 1790).