The Clydesdale Breeders of the United States, incorporated in 1879, is the member organization for the Clydesdale horse and is open to all people interested in the well being and advancement of the breed. The purpose of the Association is to collect, revise, preserve, and publish the history and pedigrees of purebred Clydesdale horses.
The Association shall have for its objects the encouragement, development and regulation of the breeding of Clydesdale horses in Canada.
The Clydesdale Horse Society was initiated on the eve of the Glasgow Stallion Show on the last Tuesday of February 1877. The Society was formally launched in June 1877.
The Clydesdale heavy horse was developed in Scotland and imported into New Zealand from the mid-nineteenth century, quickly becoming New Zealandâ€™s most popular breed of draught horse.
The Commonwealth Clydesdale Horse Society, established in 1918, has endeavoured to create a society that will continue to collect, verify, preserve and publish in its Stud Book, the pedigrees of pure bred horses throughout Australia
Australia's own Breed Society for registered Clydesdale horses.