Member Report from Pakistan
The Pakistan Arabian Horse Society has provided the following information. In 2016 there were 43 foals registered. 4 horses were exported and 6 horses were imported.
For the year 2009, The Pakistan Arabian Horse Society reports the registration of 27 foals. There are 35 broodmares and 6 stallions currently used in the Arabian breeding programme. There were no exports or imports in 2009. The use of Artificial Insemination and Embryo Transfer breeding techniques are not permitted.
For the year 2008, The Pakistan Arabian Horse Society reports the registration of 10 foals. There are 23 broodmares and 3 stallions currently used in the Arabian breeding programme, which is mainly based at the Pakistan Arabian Horse Stud at the Remount Depot, Mona. There were no exports or imports in 2008. The next volume of the stud book will be published in 2009.
The current stud book is Volume 1, to 1997. The main Arabian breeding programme is at the State Stud at Mona, run by the Army, there are also some private owners and breeders.
In the year 2005, the Pakistan Arabian Horse Society reported 20 registered foals, with 28 broodmares and 4 breeding stallions. All foals are parent verified, currently by bloodtyping. They are not microchipped. There were no imports or exports in the year 2005. Artificial Insemination and transported semen are not allowed, not is Embryo Transfer. Passports are not issued. Arabian horses are mainly used for riding. At present there are no shows specially for Arabians in Pakistan.
In the year 2006, Pakistan reported 25 registered foals, and in the year 2007 they reported 19 registered foals with 35 breeding mares and 3 breeding stallions. There were no imports or exports.