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High Score Breed Award Won at the US Dressage Finals

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The American Warmblood Registry, as a participating breed organization, has awarded high score awards for adult amateur riders. The winner of our national level award (Training through Fourth levels combined) is our member

Kay Lorenzen of Glendale, AZ

with her  2005 American-born and AWR registered

 

Wendo

Wendo

(Wagnis/Meannie, bred by Jana Wagner, KS).

 

 



 Success for our American Warmbloods

at the

57th Annual Washington International Horse Show
October 20-25, 2015 (Tuesday-Sunday)
Verizon Center, Washington, DC

What About Me and Cupid
(both bred and owned by our member Lynn M. Reed of Fox Run Farm, NY)

qualified for the Green Conformation Hunter Division.

Ridden by Todd Minikus,  What About Me gained  3rd place in the Handy Hunter class and was 6th in the Stake class,
while Cupid  was 4th in the Handy Hunter class and 5th in the Stake class.

 

 

 

 



 

The 2014 Inspection Tour has come to its end!

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 Please plan your 2015 inspection now.

Contact the Office to secure your date.

 



 

Owners of First Premium Mares interested in breeding to one of our fine

AWR licensed and approved Stallions

may want to check the Stallion Roster for temporary

special offers/discounts from stallion owners.

 



 

The AWR has awarded High Point Ribbons
to its highest scoring AWR member with her AWR registered sporthorses
at the

 Metamora Combined Driving Event

June 13-15, 2014

Windrush Farm, Metamora, Michigan

Live Oak 2014

Congratulations to Barbara Chapman and her Team of fine driving horses!

 



 

AMERICAN WARMBLOOD AWARD
OFFERED AT THE
2014 SALLIE B. WHEELER/US HUNTER BREEDING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The American Warmblood Registry has offered an award for the highest scored American Warmblood shown at the East and West Coast Sallie B. Wheeler/US Hunter Breeding National Championship.  The Sallie B. Wheeler/US Hunter Breeding Championship was created in 2002 by the United States Equestrian Federation to increase awareness of the Hunter Breeding division and provide an arena for handlers, owners, and breeders to showcase their talented young hunter prospects. The National Championship is open to yearlings, two-year olds, and three-year olds and $1000 in prize money is offered in each class.  There are no qualifying requirements for the Championship and any horse that is recorded with USEF and USHJA is eligible to compete.  Classes are judged on conformation, way of moving, quality, substance, and suitability to become hunters.  The West Coast Championship was held in conjunction with the Showpark All Seasons Summer Tournament in Del Mar, CA on August 27, 2014.   The East Coast Championship was held at the Warrenton Horse Show in Warrenton, VA on August 30, 2014.   

Congratulations to Elizabeth Lubrano and her American-bred and AWR registered sporthorse Femineste (Beste Gold/Fiera MRF, breeder Wendy Staub, PA) for winning our award at the East Coast Championship!

 



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As of April 1st, membership fees will increase.


 

AWR Team NorthAmerica

Team AWR NorthAmerica

goes to

Hartpury, UK, in 2015

competing in the

World Championship for Young Breeders

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(Details will be posted in the YOUNG BREEDERS section as they come up.)


 

ATTENTION STALLION OWNERS:

The renewal deadline for the stallion breeding permits 2014 is December 31, 2014!  Permits renewed after January 31st , 2015, will be subject to an additional $100 fee. Breeding permit renewal applications are available for download under “Forms & Publications” above.

 


 

The AWR is Participating in the USDF All-Breeds Awards Program 2015 All-Breeds_Badge2

This year, the Registry will again recognize the Champion and the Reserve Champion of the various levels of the Open Division from Training through Grand Prix. In addition, up to five placings will be recognized in all optional categories.To be eligible for participation in the USDF All-Breeds Awards Program, horses must be registered with the AWR, shown as AWR horses, and their owners must be current AWR members in good standing.

Please refer to the USDF website for the rules and the details on the Open Division and the Optional Categories.

Important note: Please make sure that your horse is AWR-registered and entered in the USDF All-Breeds Awards program 2015 as an American Warmblood. And please check if your AWR membership is current. Because only then will you and your horse be eligible for the awards! The registration deadline is Aug 1, 2015!

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