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The National Stallion Association (NaStA) was formed in 1981 to maintain and improve stallion approval standards when Ministry of Agriculture Stallion Licensing was abolished by repealing parts of the 1958 Horse Breeding Act.

NaStA represents over 20 stud-books, mostly registering pure-breds. The Association sets a minimum standard of stallion vetting to which all its member societies adhere, and since 1991 has organised a Stallion Performance Testing system open to all breeds.


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The 2017 Performance Test Final Days on 29/30 August were successfully completed by one stallion, an American Trakehner who was awarded a Class 1 assessment.  For detailed results, please follow the link to the list of performance tested stallions from the Performance Test page.  Alongside the NaStA Performance Test Final Days, a new Haflinger Mare Performance Test was run by NaStA to different standards and comprising fewer phases on behalf of the Haflinger Society.  Three Haflinger mares participated, achieving positive results ranging from Class C to Class A.  For detailed results, please consult the Haflinger Society.          Read more...

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