Stallion performance test for heavy horses and Haflingers

Performance tests for Haflinger stallions and heavy horses

Once a year in autumn, the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch e.V. organises the performance tests for Haflinger stallions as well as for mares and stallions of the cold blood breeds on the historic grounds of the North Rhine-Westphalian State Stud in Warendorf. The dates of the performance tests can be retrieved via the FN portal www.pferd-leistungsprüfung.de. Furthermore, the respective guidelines, announcements and entry forms are available for download.

Performance test for heavy horses

EVI field test for stallions, mares and geldings - breeding direction pulling/driving (weak wood/drawn sledge).

The field test for draft horses will take place on the 14 October 2022 on the parade ground of the North Rhine-Westphalian State Stud. Mares, geldings and stallions from the age of three years are eligible to participate and will compete in two sub-tests, separated by sex. In addition to driving (driving task and foreign driver), especially pulling (weak wood and pulling sledge) is tested. The evaluation commission grades the interior as well as the performance characteristics of the presented cold-blooded horses in all parts of the test.

If an overall score of 7.5 or higher is achieved, an award as "performance stallion" or "performance mare" will be given.

This year's announcement and the entry form can be found at: www.pferd-leistungspruefung.de.

Stallion performance test for Haflingers


CVI 30-day station test for stallions - breeding direction riding/driving.
The station test for Haflingers will take place this year from the 26th of September to the 26th of October 2022. Three-year-old and older Haflinger stallions are eligible to participate, with the target group being four-year-old stallions. In addition to the interior, the gaits and the rideability, the jumping ability (free jumping), the driving ability and the cross-country suitability of the Haflinger stallions are evaluated.

The station test consists of two parts - the preliminary test and the final test. During the preliminary test, the training manager, who is provided by the Warendorf State Stud, evaluates the stallions participating in the test on the basis of the impressions gained in daily training. The final test takes place over a total of three days, during which, in addition to two test judges, an external rider and an external driver each award marks.

 

Contact person of the North Rhine-Westphalian State Stud:
Marianne Kammann
E-mail: marianne.kammann@landgestuet.nrw.de
Phone: 02581 6369 11

Contact person of the Westphalian Stud Book:
Franziska Pellengahr-Gröblinghoff
E-Mail: pellengahr@westfalenpferde.de
Phone: 0251 32809 15