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Developing A Higher Standard

The American Warmblood Registry (AWR) is an organization founded to support and promote the breeding and enjoyment of American Warmblood Sporthorses.

Part of AWR’s mission is to provide beneficial services for its Members, which enhance and encourage American Warmblood Registry Sporthorse ownership, and to record and preserve the pedigrees of the American Warmblood Registry Sporthorses while maintaining the integrity of the breed.

American Warmblood Registry News

USHJA Microchip Rule in Full Effect as per Dec 1, 2018

Please be aware that as of the above date, ALL horses competing in classes which require USHJA registration will be ineligible to compete in Federation licensed competitions - unless the owner can provide a microchip number for the horse that verifies the animal’s...

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New Co-branded 2019 USEF/USDF Dressage Tests

  US Equestrian and United States Dressage Federation Publish 2019 Dressage Tests Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian (USEF) announced that the co-branded 2019 USEF/United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Dressage Tests are now available and published online through USDF....

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Ownership Transfers

We want to alert you to the fact that more often than not the new owner of a horse does NOT transfer ownership into his/her name. Months or even years later, when these owners want to compete with their horses they find out that the only way they can enter a show with...

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2018 Inspection Tour

Register your horses now and check the most convenient inspection sites.

Membership Benefits

  • Sponsorship programs designed to place members’ American Warmblood Sporthorses in the public eye.
  • Awards Program to encourage its members to actively show their horses as American Warmblood Registry horses.
  • Promoting a demand in the marketplace for the products of our members’ breeding programs.
  • Careful selection and grading of breeding stock through professional AWR inspections.
  • Educational programs, materials, and curricula that will position American Warmblood Registry as the leading resource organization in the American Sporthorse Breeding Industry.
  • North American Young Breeder’s education program to give young people who want to become professional sporthorse breeders an advantage and opportunities to test their skills.

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