Welcome To Australian Continental Equestrian Group Inc!

We are proud to be a member of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH).
The ACE Passport has been added to the list of “FEI approved national identification documents” available on the FEI website as well as on the FEI Database.
This means that this Passport can now be used as a national identification document for FEI horses.

Postal Address:

ACE Group Inc.

PO Box 224

Canungra  Qld  4275

Phone:  0436 010 676

email to: office@acegroupinc.com.au

Mare Owners Info.

Mare Assessment:

The inspection of the mares is carried out during the yearly ACE breeding inspection and assessment tour.

ACE registered mares of especially high quality are awarded a distinction.  Mares scoring an overall percentage of 78% and higher are eligible for a premium award. Mares scoring a total average of 80% and higher are awarded elite mares.

The ACE register for mares is divided into these sections:

❖ Mare Studbook 1

❖ Mare Studbook 2

❖ Mare Studbook 3

❖ Mare Register

For Studbook 1, 2, or 3 the mare must be assessed and have a DNA profile.

To read more information regarding mares in the ACE Group Inc. Download Warmblood Breeding Program PDF.

~ Embryo Transfer ET Record form pdf

~ DNA Request form  (available for members only) pdf ~ $80 for parentage analysis

~ ACE Artificial Insemination form pdf

~ List of Genetic Screening Tests pdf ~ various pricing available on request.

The breeder is responsible for the accuracy of the information on the stallion service certificate as well as any further certificates that the breeder must fill out, submit or maintain. The breeder must check all studbook documents and forms, including registration papers for the correctness of the information.

With the ACE registration of a horse, information about the pedigree, breeder, and owner can be made available to third parties by ACE. Additionally, photos of registered horses may be used for promotional purposes.

Pictured Boambee Forget Me Knot R, 2019 Tour

 MARES

The ACE register for mares is divided into these sections:

❖ Mare Studbook 1

❖ Mare Studbook 2

❖ Mare Studbook 3

❖ Mare Register

To enter a Studbook, the mare must be assessed and have a DNA test.

The minimum age for mares to enter the Studbook is 30 months.

Mare Register

To be entered in the mare register the mare must be ACE registered or recognised with an official registration certificate or an ACE horse passport but need not prove four (4) complete generations of performance-oriented breeding.

Upgrading of a mare

Mares that are entered in one section of the studbook may be presented again for reassessment with a time and place set deciding whether the mare is to be upgraded to the next higher section. A respective upgrading is to be documented accordingly.

Transfer of the ownership of mares

Following written notification by the new owner of a mare, the transfer of ownership will be entered in the Studbook. The requirements for this are:

  • The new owner must be or must become a subscriber of ACE (as of the 01/01/2015) and
  • The registration paper must be submitted to ACE.

 

Amendment to Studbook Registrations

ACE will transfer the horse to another section of the studbook or delete the horse from the studbook or register if it subsequently receives information that the requirements for entry were not fulfilled or were subsequently not met. Each amendment will be clearly documented as such. Without exception, all of the originally issued registration papers are to be collected and cancelled. The breeder will be informed of the measure.

 

 

Mare Studbook 1
  • Assessment Score 7’s or more.  Or at least 70% for 2 sections.
  • Must be ACE registered or ACE recognised.
  • Have 4 generations of documented breeding.
  • Minimum height of 160cms.

Mare Studbook 2
  • Assessment Score 6.5 or 65% for 2 sections.
  • Must be ACE registered or ACE recognised.
  • Have 3 generations of documented breeding.
  • Minimum height of 155cms.

Mare Studbook 3
  • Assessment Score 6.0 or 60% for 2 sections.
  • Must be ACE registered or ACE recognised.
  • Have 2 or less generations of documented breeding.
  • Minimum height of 155cms.