Australia currently has five stallions that hold a KFPS Breeding Permit.  Stallions granted this permit have been judged as sufficient enough in quality to be used in breeding.   

 

A breeding permit is a 'special' approval to breed when access to approved stallions is difficult due to geographical circumstances such as the location of Australia. 

Owners of stallions with an approved permit to breed, must be current members of good standing of the AFHS and KFPS as part of the process of approval by the KFPS, is that approved or permitted Stallions be presented for judging  bi-annually in Australia in order to maintain their permit. 

 

Presentation of a stallion is considered application for the permit to continue for another period.  A minimum number of offspring are also required for presentation so offspring can be evaluate

Approved Stallions available via frozen semen