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The KWPN-NA offers Special Awards – based on the criteria as outlined below

Tony DeGroot – Member of the Year Award

A special achievement award to recognize the member that has contributed most significantly to the organization.

Criteria:

  • Any KWPN-NA member that has made a significant contribution to the organization. Member does not have to be a breeder, owner or rider. Member should be a Volunteer of time and effort involving any of the below:
      Keuring process.
      Newsletter and/or Website.
      Annual Meeting.
      Promotion of the KWPN horse in sport and breeding.
      Promotion of the KWPN-NA in the horse community.

Breeder of the Year

An award based on the criteria as outlined.

Criteria:

  • Any KWPN-NA member that
      Has made a significant contribution of time and effort to the KWPN-NA.
      Is an ambassador to the KWPN-NA to the greater horse community.
      Has attained success meeting the breeding goals of the KWPN through the keuring process and/or through sport.

    Keuring and sport results shall be cumulative rather than being based upon the current year.
    The member shall have bred the horses. Some consideration will be given to horses imported by a member.

Performance Horse of the Year

An award to recognize the best KWPN horse performing at the FEI level or Hunter division:

1.       Performing at the FEI level (Includes all disciplines: Dressage, Jumper, Eventing, and Driving).

      Criteria:

        •   KWPN-NA member.
        •   KWPN-NA member has to be owner of record with the KWPN-NA office.
        •   Horse that has a confirmed record of success at the FEI level of sport.
        •   Exhibits the breeding goals of movement and or/jumping ability, conformation and type.
        •   Special consideration given to horses bred in North America.

2.       Performing in the Hunter Division and is recognized as High Point Hunter

      Criteria:

        •   KWPN-NA member.
        •   KWPN-NA member has to be owner of record with the KWPN-NA office.
        •   Horse that has a confirmed record of success in the hunter division based on points earned.
        •   Exhibits the breeding goals of movement and or/jumping ability, conformation and type.