Breed evaluations are used to evaluate potential breeding stallions and mares. The official breeding goal is to produce a healthy, fertile and durable horse. Horses are given a score for conformation, gaits, rideability and temperament. The scale is from 1-10; ten being highest. Horses earning a cumulative score of over 8 are considered "first prize." For more info on the ideal breeding goals, click here.
Judges are both International Breeding Judges; Jens Füchtenschnieder (Germany) and Nina Bergholtz (Sweden).