The problem of counting regular graphs on $n$ vertices is notoriously hard. It seems like counting regular hypergraphs on $n$ vertices should be much easier (I am placing no uniformity condition). What is known about this problem? And if it is a hard problem, what are the difficulties?
The only reference I have been able to find is Asymptotic Enumeration of 2-Covers and Line Graphs by Cameron, Prellberg and Stark, which indirectly deals with the 2-regular case.
Any help or reference would be much appreciated.