To Our Canadian Members
INTERNATIONAL YOUNG BREEDERS
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WORLD CHAMPIONSCHIPS FOR YOUNG BREEDERS
AT HARTPURY COLLEGE, GREAT BRITAIN
AUGUST 5 – 11, 2015
Have a look into our 2015 Calendar
If you renew your NASPR Membership for 2015 or join the Registry as a new member, one copy of the Calendar will come free (while supplies last) along with your Membership Card.
Additional copies can be ordered here for the price of shipping and handling.
The 2015 Calendar is showcasing the sportponies of our supportive members.
Want a chance to have your sportpony featured?
Please send in your photos for the 2016 Calendar any time before the end of the season.
ATTENTION STALLION OWNERS
We are receiving more and more inquiries from mare owners in search of a matching stallion. Mare owners have to make their choices now. As soon as you as the stallion owner have purchased the 2015 Breeding Permit, we can place the stallion on the Stallion Roster so that he can be considered for breeding.
NOTE: The deadline for the Stallion Breeding Permit renewals 2015 was (!!!) December 31, 2014! Permits renewed after January 31st , 2015, will be subject to an additional $75 fee. Permit renewal applications are available for download under “Forms & Publications” .
Renew your NASPR Membership NOW and Enroll in Our Awards Program
Not yet renewed your Membership for 2015? As of April 1st , 2015, your membership will cost $70.00. Go to “Forms & Publications” and download your membership application form today!
Want to compete under our National NASPR Awards Program and win one of our attractive prizes?! Here you will find the Enrollment Form.
The first dates for the 2015 Inspection Tour have been established!
Please contact the Office to secure your space and register your sportpony!
The dates and host details for the inspections are listed on this website under 2015 Inspection Schedule.
We will also have inspections in Michigan, Montana, Southern California.
General pre-inspection information:
If you want to know if your pony is eligible for registration and inspection
or what papers to submit to get the process started, which fees are involved, etc.
you will find everything under ‘Forms & Publications‘, including detailed
instructions and a check list. It also contains detailed description of the actual
inspection process which helps you to present your pony in the best possible way.
Please submit all necessary registration and inspection reservation forms etc. to the
NASPR office. We will talk you through the process and will answer any questions
you may have relating to eligibility, registration, inspection, etc.
The site host, in addition to creating a wonderful atmosphere at her/his farm,
will provide information on the site, the availability of stalls for
temporary accommodation, and she/he will also have the Order of Go with the Time Schedule
available about one week ahead of the actual inspection date.
If you need answers to your questions about the
RHOSON PASIANT 1991-2014
It is with deep sadness that the Registry has to announce that Morton Stables’ very good friend, the stallion Rhoson Pasiant was put to rest this month of June following complications of a colic.
Pasiant has left a dynasty of sportponies for owners all over North America, and he scored an incredible 9.1 at the NASPR inspection making him a First Premium Premier breeding stallion.
Rosedale Top Cat – the First Foundation Sire of the NASPR in Canada
Sporthorse and sportpony breeding in Europe bestows great importance upon the heritability of the characteristics of stallions to future generations. Some of the stallions have shown themselves to be extremely pre-potent and have become very famous. They are recognized and honored as the foundation sires of a breed.
The NorthAmerican Sportpony Registry continues with this practice to honor today a sportpony stallion that has proven himself to be a true foundation sire.
Congratulations, Darlene Morton and family, for this exceptional stallion! The NorthAmerican Sportpony Registry is very proud to honor him as its First Foundation Sire in Canada and is looking forward to many more of his offspring in the coming years.
Makuba – the First Foundation Sire of the NASPR in the United States
Makuba (Maior Domus/Gigi) has truly earned the award as being the first Foundation Sire of the NorthAmerican Sportpony Registry! Klaus Biesenthal of Bell Oaks Farm, Freeport – IL, is his proud owner and breeder. He imported the young stallion from Germany in 1990.
So far the impressive Sportpony Stallion has produced well over 100 first premium foals. His offspring is highly sought after. Conformation, appearance, and temperament combined with great motivation: ‘Yes, this is a Makuba’!
Many of his offspring perform as successfully as their Sire. Some of them excel in particular in the dressage and driving disciplines. Take Makuba’s son Markus (a NASPR licensed Sportpony stallion) who qualified for the FEI Driving Pony Championships that are taking place on the last October weekend in France. Good luck!
Fotos: Marion Henning, Kathryn Barry
All-Breeds Awards Declaration Deadline
The deadline to declare a horse for the 2015 Adequan®/All-Breeds Awards Program is still pretty far away. But if you wish to declare your horse for the program, USDF must receive a copy of the horse’s breed/performance registry papers, and the All-Breeds Awards Declaration Form, by August 1, 2015.
The NASPR gives High Point Ribbons and sponsors IBC Classes at recognized shows.
Please find a list of these shows under the Programs section. Shows will be added continuously.
Sportpony StarSearch Challenge Cup 2015
All qualifier shows along with the rules for the Royal Star Search Finals can be found here under the ‘The StarSearch Site’ section. The first place pony in each of the six in hand classes is eligible to enter to qualify for the Sportpony StarSearch Challenge Cup to be held at the Royal Winter Fair in November 2015. Both under saddle classes also qualify for each respective class. Ponies must measure 14.2 hands or under. Passport and registration are not necessary to participate, nor need the pony be a registered sportpony. For details please go to The StarSearch Site of this website.
The NASPR participates in the USDF All-Breeds Awards Program 2015
In 2015, the Registry will again recognize the Champion and the Reserve Champion of the various levels of the Open Division from Training through Grand Prix. In addition, up to five placings will be recognized in all optional categories. To be eligible for participation in the USDF All-Breeds Awards Program, ponies must be registered with the NASPR, shown as NASPR ponies, and their owners must be current NASPR members in good standing. Please refer to the USDF website for the rules and the details on the Open Division and the Optional Categories.
Important note: Please make sure that your sportpony is NASPR registered and entered in the USDF All-Breeds Awards program 2014 as a NASPR sportpony and shown as such. And please check if your NASPR membership is current. Because only then will you and your sportpony be eligible for the awards!
Dressage at Devon, 2015
To be eligible for participation in the Dressage at Devon NASPR class, ponies must be registered with the NASPR, shown as NASPR ponies, and their owners must be current NASPR members in good standing. Please check the Individual Breed Classes section of Dressage At Devon for more details as they become available.
To Our Proud Foal Owners
We have the Breeders’ Directory with a Nursery section on this web site. You are welcome to show your foals there once they have been registered. Please check the technical submission requirements.