2013 Keuring Tour
See below for "Reports from the Road"
2012 Keuring Tour
A great big "Thank You" to our keuring hosts and all their volunteers! See below for Reports from the Road
2011 Keuring Tour
2010 Keuring Tour
2009 Individual Keuring Reports by Faith Fessenden
Studbook Inspection Procedures - An illustrated overview of what happens at a keuring
Linear Scoring - At the time of the studbook inspection a linear score sheet is filled in for each horse. This consists of an upper and a lower beam. The lower beam contains conformation, movement and jumping components divided into 28 characteristics for dressage horses, 36 for jumpers and 24 for harness horses. By filling in circles ‘a’ through ‘i’ the jury passes on information to owners as to whether a certain characteristic is average (e-f range) or leans more toward one extreme or the other. The upper beam gives an evaluation for conformation and movement of the horse on a scale from 40 to 100 points in 5 point increments. The upper beam for movement consists of the upper beam scores for walk, trot, canter and self-carriage for dressage; canter, reflexes, technique and scope for jumping and; movement and overall impression for harness.