SIRE & DAM OF THE YEAR
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Sire and Dam of the Year Award (est. 2016)
The Society would like to recognize and reward the performance accomplishments and abilities of Cleveland Bay pure and part-bred sires and dams. This award not only takes into account the performance abilities of the stallion and mare but dually provides these horses additional recognition achievements of their progeny. PA programs not only recognize the talents and efforts of Cleveland Bays out there performing but can also serve as an aide to both breeders and buyers to discover which CB lines are active, successful and excel in different disciplines. See the 2017 Program Rules for this award at the bottom of this page.
Sire and Dam of the Year Award Program Rules
The Society would like to recognize and reward the performance accomplishments and abilities of Cleveland Bay pure and partbred/sport horses sires and dams. PA programs not only recognize the talents and efforts of Cleveland Bays out there performing but can also serve as an aide to both breeders and buyers to discover which CB lines are active, successful and excel in different disciplines. How it works: Sires and dams will earn points throughout the PA year not only for themselves, but each of their progeny enrolled in the PA program. The sire or dam need not be enrolled in the PA program to be considered and accumulate points for this award. Points will count for EACH progeny enrolled in the program.
Points and Rules will be allocated as follows:
2 points for returning a PA book with non-qualifying scores
4 points for returning a PA book with qualifying scores but not placing in a division
6 points for year end individual division Third place
8 points for year end individual division Reserve Champion
10 points for year end individual division Champion
5 points for a Pony Club completed entry
5 points for a Field Hunter completed entry
5 points for Lifetime Achievement Award completed program
4 points for a horse that has returned a PA book and has an offspring in the program that has returned a PA book.
Deceased sires and dams are eligible as their progeny is part of their legacy. Sire or Dam need not be licensed by any organization. Sire and dam must be registered in accordance with CBHSNA policy. Points are allocated to the horse (not the owner). No prize is awarded. At this time this is an award and accolade in name and title only to demonstrate the Cleveland Bay is a performance breed. Annual winners will be kept on record. Past and present owners of winners will be encouraged to submit material for a feature spread/article in the BayWatch and year end printed issue of The Chronicle of the Cleveland Bay Horse in North America. In cases of a tie, the winner will be determined by the number of progeny that return a log book with eligible scores to the Administrator.
2019 CBHSNA Sire of the Year
Frostyoak Malachi FrostyOak Hampton x Peterscreek Jasmine
Bred by Maria Hayes, Pennsylvania, USA
Owner, Jenny Youngblood, Washington, USA
2019 CBHSNA Dam of the Year
Peterscreek Jasmine Braitwaite Senator x Whippletree Honeysuckle
Bred by Kevin Johnson, Georgia, USA
Owners: Maria Hayes, Pennsylvania, & Abby Jones, North Carolina, USA
CBHSNA Sire of the Year
2018 – Forest Fellow
2017 – Braithwaite Senator & Tregoyd William
2016 – Fryup Marvel
CBHSNA Dam of the Year
2018 – Kingsley Loreler & Peterscreek Jasmine
2017 – Kingsley Loreler & Braelea Park Wilful
2016 – Kingsley Loreler
Several stallions and Mares in the program accruing points in 2019.
Congratulations to the Sire and Dam Award winners. This is the fourth year both sire and dam information is published for horses participating in all CBHSNA awards and recognition programs.
Many organizations like U.S. Dressage Federation and U.S. Eventing Association maintain records and report pedigrees of competition winners during the year. It gauges trends, and it gives breeders, owners, and buyers an opportunity to see what bloodlines are in the competition world. It is not an exact science as with our report is based on CBHSNA membership and who choose to enroll in Society programs. There are many CBs excelling in many disciplines competitive and non competitive all over the world, but this is the only program which attempts to track performance.
It might help breeders and particularly stallion owners to promote their stock not only within the CB world but to the entire equestrian world. All participants in the 2018 program competed not only in CB breed classes but most were in open competition against all breeds. That is important as if the breed is to survive and thrive we must be seen and succeed in open competition.
Many familiar names on the list this year with some new names. Spread the news of the variety of sires and dams competing throughout North America.
Performance Awards Chair
Kingsley Loreler (above)
Forest Fellow (below)