The Canadian Horse Breeders Association was granted a federal charter
and was incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act. Its mandate is to
monitor registration, identification, and the keeping of the stud book
for Canadian horses. Additionally, it looks after grading. The
maintenance of the genealogy books has been entrusted to the Canadian
Livestock Records Corporation.
The Association, headquartered in Québec, has members across North America and is administered by a Board consisting of nine (9) directors: six (6) from Québec, two (1) from Ontario, and one (2) to represent Western Canada, the Maritimes and the United States. The day to day operations are governed by the Statutes and Regulations of the Association. These are available online or at the CHBA.
Click here to download copy of CHBA Bylaws (.pdf file)
Purpose and Objective
The association’s purpose and objectives are to register individual animals belonging to the Canadian horse breed, to promote and maintain breed standards and provide services to breeders of the Canadian Horse consistent with the ongoing improvement of the breed.
Executives of the Canadian Horse Breeder's Association
Karl Couture, President
Lisa Tardif, Vice President
Normand Thériault, Secretary-Treasurer