Inspections with a score of at least 62% can satisfy the performance requirement for registration. Horses within inspections get their score sheet with comments, quality designation for registration, and the opportunity to win AWSSR ribbons and medals.
All AWSSR on-site inspections provide a great learning opportunity and a valuable evaluation for your horse.
August 27 – Hendrik Stables, Kingston, IL
September 24 – Trinita Farms, Labadie, MO
As a national organization, we understand that even if we offered an on-site inspection every month, it would still be difficult for some of our members to be able to haul out their prospects. To better serve our members, we now offer the service of reviewing a high-quality, well-produced video of your horse. The video inspection also provides a score sheet with comments, quality designation, and ribbons or medals, though only after 20 horses are reviewed via video format.
As each horse is limited one inspection, it is key to make sure your submitted video meets all necessary requirements, both in format and quality. Here is an excellent example from Meghann Hail and her horse Romantic Skye.
Nancy Roth, DVM
Douglas Christensen, Inspector
Douglas has been involved with Breeding and Training Sport Horses in the USA, Great Britain,
and Germany for 25 + Years. He is the retired President of the Alamo Dressage Association, and past board member for many years.