Seller
HartstoneEquestrian
country
New Zealand
 
 
 
Category

Professional Rider.

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Location

New Zealand

Listed date

21-Dec-2017

Expiry date

22-Jun-2018

Listing ID:

329

Listing Type:

6 Month Listing



Services


NZWA 2018 Classification Tour

The NZWA is excited to announce our 2018 Classification Tour with leading German Assessor Gerd Küst - which will take place from the 20th to the 30th of March (approx). We are happy to take the tour to all parts of New Zealand that have the numbers to support a visit.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST TODAY AT http://nzwarmbloods.co.nz/classification.php

At three years of age registered mares and colts can undergo Classification Inspection and if they pass may be entered into the NZWB Studbook . This is an impartial and expert review of your horse's conformation and movement, and in the case of stallions, it's jumping technique. The results and feedback identify your horses strength's and weaknesses.

Classification elevates a horse from the NZWB Register into the NZWB Studbook.
Classification also approves Tb, Arab and Anglo Arab breeding stock into the NZWB Studbook as Foundation horses.
See the Breeder's Guide for information on Studbook Structure and the registration process.

Classification is a valuable tool for breeders.

After a Classification, the feedback we get from many members is how great it is to discuss the merits of their horse with an overseas expert. Visiting assessors are able to provide an unbiased judgement and international comparison of the breeding stock in New Zealand to our members. The inspection feedback will be an invaluable tool in deciding the future direction of your breeding program.


ALL HORSES PUT FORWARD FOR CLASSIFICATION MUST FIRST BE REGISTERED WITH THE NZWA.

Video: Winning stallion of the 2017 Classification Tour Cachassini II