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North American Stallion Testing 

2022 Stallion Sport Test Dates

West Coast: Pollyrich Farm, Solvang, CA
October 8 - 10, 2022

East Coast: Hilltop Farm, Colora, MD
October 12 - 14, 2022

The American Hanoverian Society, Inc. (AHS), the Hanoverian Verband (HV) and the German Oldenburg Verband (OHBS), have announced the dates for the 2021 North American three-day stallion tests. Open to 4, 5, 6, and **7-year old stallions from the AHS, GOV, and other registries, the testings provide North American stallion owners with an opportunity for their stallions to earn lifetime breeding approval according to the regulations of their specific registries.


In 2022, each test site will hold a multi-registry stallion licensing in conjunction with the three-day test.  Once again, the AHS will hold their annual east and west licensings during this time.


Testing requirements are specific to age and discipline. Each horse attends with their own rider and there is a Guest Rider component to the scoring as well. Stallions must attend two consecutive years of sport testing to fulfill their performance requirements with the AHS and GOV as well as achieve a minimum overall score of 7.5 at each testing.


                                            Dressage Sport Test                  Jumping Sport Test


4-Year Old Stallions                USEF Four-Year Old Test        Course of 1.0 meters

4-Year-Old Pony Stallions     USEF Four-Year Old Test        Course of 0.9 meters


5-Year Old Stallions                FEI Five-Year Old Test              Course of 1.1 meters

5-Year Old Pony Stallions      Five-Year-Old Pony Test          Course of 1.0 meters

6-Year Old Stallions                FEI Six-Year Old Test               Course of 1.2 meters

6-Year Old Pony Stallions      Six-Year-Old Pony Test           Course of 1.1 meters

For 2021 & 2022 ONLY

7-Year Old Stallions                FEI Seven-Year Old Test           Course of 1.3 meters


The tests are comprehensive and rigorous; accordingly, stallion owners and trainers are strongly encouraged to bring their stallions to the test sites well prepared. The panel of judges and guest riders will be individuals who are approved by the German Equestrian Federation (FN). "German horses have a big influence on the breeding of sport horses in the US and stallion performance tests are one of the most important parts of a serious breeding program. The German Equestrian Federation therefore is in favor of the idea of doing a stallion sport test after the new German model in the US and will be happy to give any support needed," states Dr. Klaus Miesner of the German FN.


The testing is being run by the North American Stallion Sport Test LLC. Questions may be directed to Natalie DiBerardinis at 410-658-1836 or by  email

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