The Australian Sporthorse Registry


General Guidelines


The Australian Sporthorse Registry commenced taking registrations on January 1st, 2010. It is not a stud book but rather a Registry for horses that are the offspring of a registered Shire parent and a light horse parent, and also for those half Shire horses, which are in the Registry and which are bred back to a light horse.

The Registry provides a colourful certificate (see below) that certifies that the horse in the registry is either a half or quarter Shire. The certificate lists the breeding of the horse.

General Guidelines

It is not necessary to be a member of the Shire Horse Society Australia Inc (SHSA) or other Shire Horse organisation in order to register and have an entry in the Australian Shire Sporthorse Registry.

To ensure the proper operation of the Shire Sporthorse Registry and to ensure the best possible information management standards, there are a number of rules or guidelines for breeders to follow.

If you have any general questions or comments regarding the registry, please use our Shire Sporthorse Registry Enquiry Form to contact the SHSA Committee.

Download the Australian Shire Sporthorse Registry Rules.

Registration Contact


Registrar: Deb Buckland
0409 537 588
deb.buckland@bigpond.com

132 Stewarts Rd
Winkleigh TAS 7275

Bank Details:

Account Name:
Shire Horse Society Australia Incor
BSB: 032691
Account No: 217247

view sample registration certificate

New Registrations


To register a new foal/horse, you will need to apply for a prefix and submit the following forms to the Shire Horse Society Australia Registrar:

1. New Registration of Foal/Horse
2. Stallion Service Certificate
3. Certificate of Identification

Upon successful registration, you will be sent a Certificate of Registration (as shown above, click for full size view).

Download the New Registration Instructions and Forms

Enquiries & Terms Of Use


For registry and studbook enquiries, please use our Registry contact form.

Please feel free to review our website and studbook terms of use.