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Purebred Sire and Dam Award (established 2016)
The society would like to recognize the contributions of the purebred lineage through the performance accomplishments of pure and part breds in the Performance Awards Program. PA programs not only recognize the talents and efforts of the Cleveland Bays currently competing but can also give invaluable help to both breeders and buyers by showcasing which CB lines are active, successful and excel in different disciplines. Follow the link above to see more details and program rules.
CBHSNA Performance Program & Program Rules for 2021
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The performance award program recognizes members and their Cleveland Bays that have competed in one or more noted disciplines, highlighting the breeds ability. The goal is to encourage showing the breed in open as well as breed specific classes. Awards are presented in Distance Riding, Eventing, Dressage, Hunter/Jumper, Western, In-Hand (Halter), Driving, Breed restricted, and Versatility.
The USDF All Breed program recognizes those horse/rider combinations that have met the USDF requirements to achieve a year end median score. A median scores shows that the Cleveland Bay is able to be competitive with all other breeds and show the discipline and dedication it takes to achieve such a goal.
The CBHSNA recognizes Canadian and United States Pony Club members riding a Cleveland Bay or a Cleveland Bay part bred/sport horse in Pony Club activities. A horse with even some Cleveland Bay blood can be counted on to portray the intelligence and kind disposition for which the breed is noted and has long been recognized as having the heart, stamina and movement to make a winning sport horse. The breed is easily trainable. Its wonderful disposition makes it the perfect mount for children.
The Lifetime Achievement Award Program is open to all CBHSNA members and their registered horses. Enrollments are available for an entire farm or individual horses. Points are accrued annually from different aspects of breed promotion, versatility and awareness such as: parades, clinics, expos, shows, media, trail rides, etc. This is an award that is expected to take several seasons to complete and is certainly worthy of the title: Lifetime Achievement!
The Cleveland Bay’s agility, sensibility and steady temperament make it an excellent mount for the traditional sport of fox hunting. The Field Hunter certification program recognizes registered pure and part bred Cleveland Bays that exhibit acceptable behavior and characteristics suitable as field hunters, staff horses, or Master horses. See forms and rules
The Society would like to recognize and reward the performance accomplishments and abilities of Cleveland Bay pure and part-bred horses and to recognize the purebred sires and dams in those competitor’s lineage. This award will not only take into account the performance abilities of the stallion and mare but will dually provide 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. Follow the link above to see more details and program rules.
United States Pony Club Championship Awards
The CBHSNA is sponsoring the high score rider of a pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay at the USPC Championships for all disciplines. CBHSNA membership is not required. Application must be postmarked no later than July 1st. For more information, or assistance of having your Cleveland Bay registered visit www.clevelandbay.org write firstname.lastname@example.org , Pony Club Application
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