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How to become a member

How to renew your membership

How to transfer a pony

How to lease a pony

How to terminate a lease

How to register a pony from birth - purebred

How to reciprocal register a pony

How to register a part bred

How to register an APSB Riding Pony

How to register a Gypsy Cob


How to become a member

  • Complete a membership application form
  • Payment of $88 by cheque, money order or credit card
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to renew your membership

  • Complete a membership renewal form
  • Payment of $88 by cheque, money order, credit card or online using PAYWAY
  • Late fees may apply if your membership has lapsed over 1 year
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773
  • Membership renewals, paid by credit card, can be processed over the phone


How to transfer a pony

  • You must be a financial member to have a pony transferred into your name
  • The reverse of the original certificate of registration must  be completed and signed by both the Last registered owner (person on the certificate which may be different to the person you have brought the pony from) and the new purchaser
  • Transfers to be applied for within 30 days of purchase.  The date of transfer can not be back dated more than 30 days.
  • Payment of $25.00
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to lease a pony

  • Both the leasor and lessee must be a financial member to have a pony leased into your name for the duration of the lease period
  • The maximum lease period is 5 years
  • The reverse of the original certificate of registration must  be completed and signed by both the Lessor and Lessee
  • Payment of $33
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773
  • The lessor will receive the original certificate and lessee a copy


How to terminate a lease

  • If the lease is for a predetermined period send the original certificate back to the office and a new certificate will be printed and sent back at no cost
  • If the lease is terminated prior to the lease period or the end of an previously established open lease please complete a lease termination form
  • Payment of $22.00
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to register a pony from birth – purebred

  • Complete an registration application form, please tick either colt, mare or gelding
  • Complete all fields on form
  • If registered from birth the application MUST be made by the breeder
  • All registrations from birth must be supported by annual returns which are submitted each July.  Applications that are not supported by Annual Returns may require DNA testing.
  • The breeder must have a brand & prefix registered with the society.
  • Registrations must comply with the Society’s Rules and Regulations
  • Refer to the fees and charges for the appropriate charge
  • If the stallion is not owned by the breeder, a certificate of service must be submitted with registration application.
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to reciprocal register a pony

  • Refer to the APSB Regulations on recognised societies that the reciprocal registration can be accepted.  For ponies born in Australia these are the Welsh Pony & Cob Society and the Connemara Pony Stud Book
  • Complete a registration application form, please tick either colt, mare or gelding.
  • Tick reciprocal registration application
  • Complete all fields on form
  • The form to be completed by the current pony owner who must be an APSB member
  • A copy of registration papers which the applicant being the owner to attach application
  • Registrations must comply with the Society’s Rules and Regulations
  • Refer to the fees and charges for the appropriate charge
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to register a part bred

  • Refer to the APSB Part Bred Regulations to check that your pony qualifies
  • A minimum of 25% APSB bloodline eg dam, sire, grand dam or grand sire must be registered APSB
  • 50% APSB bloodlines required for colts / stallions. e.g. sire or dam.
  • Complete a part bred registration application form, please tick either colt, mare or gelding.
  • Complete all fields on form including the first 2 generations of pedigree
  • The form to be completed by the current pony owner who must be an APSB member
  • The application must be supported for proof of breeding by either

    1. Annual Returns
    2. A copy of registration papers from another society
    3. Certificate of Service

  • Refer to the fees and charges for the appropriate charge
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to register an APSB Riding Pony

  • Refer to the APSB Riding Pony Regulations to check that your pony qualifies
  • Complete a APSB Riding Pony application form, please tick either colt, mare or gelding.
  • Complete all fields on form
  • The form to be completed by the current pony owner who must be an APSB member
  • The application must be supported for proof of breeding by either

    1. Annual Returns
    2. A copy of registration papers from the Riding Pony Stud Book Society
    3. Certificate of Service

  • Refer to the fees and charges for the appropriate charge
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773


How to register a Gypsy Cob

  • Refer to the APSB Gypsy Cob Regulations to check that your pony qualifies
  • Complete a APSB Purebred application please tick either colt, mare or gelding.
  • Complete all fields on form including microchip number and/or brands
  • if a pony eligible for registration as a Section 1 Gypsy Cob is born in Australia both sire and dam must be registered in the APSB Gypsy Cob Section 1, unless the applicant is imported in utero. Registration  procedure as per the purebred registration procedure.
  • If a pony is imported and registered with a recognised society, registration procedure as per the Purebred Registration Procedure with the supporting documents

    1. Copy of Registration with overseas society
    2. Copy of passport
    3. Copy of DNA report
    4. Microchip number

  • an application to record a pony as a Section 11 APSB Part Bred Gypsy Cob must have a minimum of 25% APSB Gypsy Cob bloodlines for a female or gelding through one parent either registered as a Section 1 Gypsy Cob or a Section 11 Gypsy Cob Part Bred with 50% APSB Gypsy Cob bloodlines.  An application to record a pony as a Section 11 APSB Gypsy Cob stallion /colt must have a minimum of 50% APSB Gypsy Cob bloodline through one parent registered as a Section 1 APSB Gypsy Cob.
  • The form to be completed by the current pony owner who must be an APSB member
  • Refer to the fees and charges for the appropriate charge
  • Send to APSB Federal office, PO Box 267, Glenbrook  NSW  2773