- Each year I join USEF in order to obtain my Adult Amateur status - $80.
- I have to join CDS (which I want to do anyway) for $75 annually, which includes a USDF Group Membership.
- But if I wanted to be eligible for an All-Breeds Award, I'd have to join USDF as a Participating Member (PM) which runs $90 a year.
- I would then need to spend $35 on the All-Breeds declaration fee.
- Next, I would need to join AHA for $50 a year and pay $35 for a Competition Card. AHA also charges $35 each year to participate in the All-Breeds Award program.
It doesn't appear as though IDHA awarded any horses an All-Breeds Award this year, but they're not a new PO, so they must have had winners in the past. I'm going to keep my eye open for one of these beauties.
This definitely sounds like a breed that can work all day comfortably!
The IRHR recognized ten different horses in 2019 by giving All-Breeds Awards from Training through Second Level.
As I look over the list of All-Breeds Participating Organizations, the one breed I am dying to try out is the Haflinger. I keep threatening to get one as my next horse. By the time I'm ready for a new horse, I am going to need one that is short, sturdy, and not at all interested in breaking a sweat. Is there a breed you'd like to take for a spin?