Logbooks and Registrations
Applying for a Logbook
Please download and read the application guide before filling out the form. If you are applying for a novice (blue) logbook, you may complete the horse ID section yourself. If you are upgrading to an open (yellow) logbook, your vet must complete the ID section. If you have any questions, please contact our Registrar.
If a logbook has been lost, destroyed, or wilfully withheld by a horse's previous owner, you can apply for a replacement. You will need to fill out a logbook application form, complete a statutory declaration, and pay the appropriate fee.
Second and Subsequent Logbooks
From the Rulebook:-
49.4 When all pages in a logbook have been used, an application for the second or subsequent logbook shall be:
a) lodged by a current member of a DA
b) lodged on the appropriate form as determined from time to time by the AERA
c) accompanied by the appropriate DA fees
d) accompanied by the most recently completed logbook or a complete copy of that logbook.
You need to send copies of the following to the Registrar:-
- Front Cover
- Front page (breeding etc)
- Inside front cover….showing current registration sticker
- Vet ID pages (2)
- P1 of Novice & Endurance horse logbook application….from Qera website
Cost is $45….this includes a plastic cover and Express Post
Please don't leave applying for a new logbook until you are a couple of days out from attending a ride. Apply as soon as it is full. You will need to complete page 1 of the Application for Logbook form, pay the appropriate fee, and return the most recently filled logbook to the Registrar.
Please note: Fees for logbook applications, novice upgrades, second and subsequent logbooks, and transfers of ownership have increased by $5.00 to cover the cost of returning them to you via Express Post, which is trackable should your logbooks go on an adventure in the mail.