Predicate series part 4: the Crown predicate

June 16, 2024

Predicate series part 4: the Crown predicate

The Crown predicate is a very special predicate, that can only obtained in North America, through performance in sports by the horse itself.

Idocus Crown (Equador out of Eretha Keur Preferent Prestatie by Zonneglans, bred and owned by Kathy McCarthy Wemyss) & Courtney King at World Cup Las Vegas, 2007.
Picture made by Mary Cornelius.

The Crown predicate can be awarded to North American owned and based stallions, mares and geldings competing at FEI levels. Horses must be ranked within the Top 300 for dressage or jumping horses in the final year-end WBFSH/FEI rankings.

Do you think your Dutch warmblood horse is eligible for a Sport or Crown predicate? Contact the office to get it officially arranged: !

Read more general information on predicates HERE.