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BWP Breeders and Horses


Increase in Competition As the number of quality BWP/NAD registered stal- lions, mares and foals continues to increase each year, so does our presence on the national level. BWP/NAD- bred horses have increased their presence in the USEF rankings by more than 150 percent last year alone, going from 56 BWP/NAD-bred horses competing in 2016 to 185 competing in 2017! Seven of the top twenty young jumper five-year-olds in 2017 were BWP/NAD horses. Our breeders’ horses compete in all four recognized USEF sport disciplines, primarily jumpers and hunters but the numbers continue to rise in eventing and dressage. BWP/NAD breeders have been at the top of the


Top: “Big Star” (Quick Star x Nimmerdor) at the BWP ceremony in Belgium in January 2018. Bottom: BWP/NAD Approved stallion “New York BC” (Presley Boy x Sapphire/Darco) owned by Blue Chip Bloodstock is one of the leading 5-Year-Old’s in the U.S. with 11 clear rounds during his winter campaign at WEF.


Annual Keurings Each summer, we host our annual keurings to inspect


and register foals, yearlings, two-year-olds, mares and stallions. We travel across the U.S. and Canada dur- ing a three-week tour with our Belgian judge (former head Stallion Judge for Belgium), Boudewijn Schepers. Boudewijn has been coming to the U.S. for well over a decade and is a tremendous asset to our registry, as he of- fers his incredible knowledge of the breeding industry to our breeders. He assists our breeders with specific breed- ing choices for each mare, keeps our breeders up to date on the trends in Belgium and Europe and helps facilitate semen sales and young horse purchases for breeding and competition. Foals registered are provided passports from Belgium,


USEF lifetime registration, DNA parent verification through UC Davis, inspection and branding (optional). Belgium ceased branding in 2001 but we still offer brand- ing up to two years of age. BWP is an ‘open’ studbook and we take in bloodlines from all the WBFSH-sanctioned registries, one of the keys to success of the studbook.


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rankings for USEF for over a decade, including Ban- nockburn Farm, LLC, which has ranked in the top ten for over a decade including the number three spot for consecutive years. Last year’s top ranked jumper breed- ers include three BWP/NAD breeders: Bannockburn Farm at number six, Mr. Bertram R. Firestone at num- ber 14 and Hyperion Stud at number 17. Our breeders and stallion owners were also some of the top USEF leading owners for 2017 including Double H Farm (first), Signe Ostby (second), Evergate Stables (eighth), Bull Run Jumpers Five, LLC (ninth) and Equinimity LLC (twentieth).


BWP/NAD gelding “Centurion B” (Rebel I Z x Indoctro) bred by Allyn McCracken/ Bannockburn Farm has career earnings over $600,000 with owner/rider Lisa Goldman (USA).


Awards Program Our registry offers a robust awards program that extends


into each of the four disciplines. Te BWP/NAD spon- sors many events for its members and their horses each year. We sponsor individual breed classes at major breed shows in the country including ‘all-breeds awards’ in con- junction with the USDF, USDF year-end awards and


Erin Gilmore


Belgian Warmblood Association Sportfot


Christina Parker


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