Shagya Stallion BASYL at his stallion testing.
Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry Inspection
Dear members and friends of the Even though Halloween and Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry, Christmas are already in our We made it!!!! What an exciting year !! Thanks to each and every single person who helped us on this exhausting journey to reach our goal. The PSHR is now a member of the International ShagyaArabian Society (ISG). We are in the midst of making history. Imagine! It is now our responsibility to love, promote, sponsor and last, but not least, to ride our Shagya-Arabians. What a good start into the future. Now we are faced with new opportunities and challenges as we move into the future. We know we will have some troubles to change our North American thinking to the European rules. We know we will need your continued positive motivation, your help â€“ practically and financially - your questions which will make all of us wiser as we work together to ensure the future of the Shagya-Arabian. Shagya- Arabians.
mind, this year is not over yet. We have a great deal to organize and formalize before spring when we all enjoy our wonderful Shagya-Arabian in the spring out on the trail or in a show ring. Come with us as we make big plans for the future. Please join with us and lend a hand as we plan inspections for the upcoming year. There are many opportunities and committees to choose from, your participation does not have to be a full time commitment. Every little bit helps! Help us keep our momentum going. Contact your PShR Board of Directors today with your ideas and find out how you can help. Sincerely, The PShR BOD members:
Anke Brander, CAN Lori Baker, WA Shelley Housh, CA Holly Kemmis, WI Kathy Johnson, WI Libby Henderson, FL Julie Jackson-Biegert, IL Lisa Fiano, CT
Table of Contents Dear Members and Friends of the PShR The First PShR Inspection Tour! Where Will the PShR Inspections be Held? We Need to Hear from YOU! Minutes of Annual ISG Delegates Meeting in Vienna on July 14th, 2012 Examination of the Stutbook of the PShR in the USA Criteria Summary of the PShR Stallion Studbooks Criteria Summary of the PShR Mare Studbooks Studbook List of the PShR Horses Anticipationâ€Ś Criteria Summary of the PShR Gelding Categories Criteria Summary of the PShR Shagya Sporthorse Categories Fee Schedule
Be a part of the history of the Shagya-Arabian in the US and Canada. Shagya-Arabian demonstrating the Interior Test.
The First PShR Inspection Tour! The PShR will be aligning our inspections, performance testing and studbooks with the ISG RZBO (Breeding Guidelines). Not only do we embrace performance testing, our PShR performance criteria showcase our athletic ShagyaArabians by going beyond the minimum requirements in the General ISG Framework. We believe our horses are the cream of the crop and we are willing to prove it. In addition to testing our stallions, the PShR has performance criteria for our beautiful Shagya-Arabian mares. Why? According to some breeding experts, the mare contributes a greater genetic influence on a foal than the stallion…….so the answer is, why not? Geldings are the proof of any athletic breed – they are the ambassadors who go out and compete and prove the ShagyaArabian is a versatile horse perfect for everyone. Therefore, to honor and document our geldings the PShR has developed conformation evaluation and performance criteria to make sure they get the recognition they deserve. The PShR has developed Book Categories for Gelding to acknowledge their hard work, these categories are not recognized by the ISG. Throughout history, authors have referred to the ShagyaArabian as an improver for other breeds; contributing
suspension, athletic stamina, working attitudes and elegance. To acknowledge these crosses exhibiting the Shagya-Arabian qualities, the PShR has also developed conformation evaluation and performance criteria to document and acknowledge the influence of the Shagya-Arabian. The PShR has developed Books III & IV for Shagya-Arabian crosses that are at least 25% ShagyaArabian. Books III & IV are not recognized by the ISG. Summary charts are included in this newsletter to explain the opportunities available to a broad spectrum of participation for all our PShR horses and members. If you do not have a horse to bring – come and watch!
The PShR will be showcasing as many horses as possible at each inspection site. It will be a great opportunity to see the various Shagya families and meet fellow ShagyaArabian admirers.
Voyer of Oak Knoll Sporthorses in southern CA. Katherine has been a great promoter of the breed for several years with her beloved *KS Rubin, an athlete extraordinaire.
. www.ksrubin.com Our second site will be at the beautiful farm of Doug and Julie Jackson-Biegert of Run Along Farms in NW IL. Run Along Farms is noted for its’ international quality endurance horses and support of the Shagya-Arabian. Julie has been an active member of the Board of Directors. Doug and Julie are the proud owners of the Shagya-Arabian filly Mirbat Mystic.
Where will the PShR inspections be held? A huge thank you goes out to our first PShR host sites! Our initial kick off site will be at the home of one of our PShR foundation members, Katherine
To make plans for our first PShR inspection in April of 2013 – we need YOU to commit your horse, your help, your support and most of all, your attendance! SURVEY DEADLINE – November 30, 2012 ***** 10% Discount to if entries are paid by Dec. 15, 2012***** We will hold checks until we confirm we have enough horses to conduct an inspection.
FINAL DEADLINE WITH PAYMENT – JANUARY 15, 2013 Please fill out the following and submit to the Inspection Chairperson: Linda Rudolphi, 281 Ruby Rd, Noble, IL 62868 firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTHERN CA SITE
NW ILLINOIS SITE
# OF HORSES YOU NEED TO HAVE INSPECTED STALLIONS MARES TOTAL # OF GELDINGS FOR EVALUATION TOTAL # OF BOOK III & BOOK IV HORSES FOR EVALUATION TOTAL # OF HORSES YOU WANT TO ENTER: INTERIOR TEST FREE JUMPING RIDEABILITY
CAN YOU HELP AT THE INSPECTION? BEFORE AFTER WHAT ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES WOULD YOU LIKE TO ATTEND AT AN INSPECTION SITE? INSTRUCTION ON: INTERIOR TEST FREE JUMPING RIDEABILITY PRESENTATION IN-HAND GROOMING & BRAIDING OTHER?
CHECK YES OR NO FOR THE SITE YOU WOULD BE ATTENDING YES NO YES NO
Minutes of annual ISG delegates meeting in Vienna on July 14th, 2012. TOP 1 – Opening, greeting and approval of minutes of 2009. The president Mr. Al Samarraie welcomes the delegates and the founding members Elisabeth and Bruno Furrer at 4:00 p.m. He thanks the inviting association ÖAZV for the attractive program, which was organized in short ti-
me, after AFCAS had cancelled the Eu- time. ISG BoD has decided to honor ropean Championship. Gertrud von Fedak, who takes care for Shagya-Arabians in Venezuela for 30 The minutes of 2011 delegates meeting years and now in Columbia, too. The in Radautz has been published within European Championship, which had ISG-Info in German and in English. It is been planned to take place in France, accepted unanimously. Carin Weiss ta- was cancelled. We look for a new locakes the minutes of this annual meeting. tion and organizer for 2013 or latest 2014. AFCAS suggests Lyon, but that seems to be quiet far to go. TOP 2 – Assessing the number of votes.
They represent 1 471 horses of the follo- European breeding law is legally binding for 90% of all Shagya-Arabians wing associated members: worldwide. Until 2013 an adaption of Abreviation / nation member name name delegates votes the national studbooks is necessary because improving races (Purebred ArabiÖAZV A Österreichischer Araber Florian Adensamer 170 ans) must be listed and the studbook of Zuchtverband Ing. Rudolf Meindl origin must be named by every single SAVS CH Shagya-Araberverband Lea Ernst, Dr. Geri Ernst 86 association. ISG has unanimously decider Schweiz Tabea Kobel, Mirjam Krasensky ded to keep the studbook of origin in SVAZ CZ Chovatelù Shagya Araba Robert Bliženec 175 common within ISG. This shall be instalTschechien Petr Hájek led with EU offices until 2013. VZAP D Verband der Züchter Jörn-Helge Möller 97 In Australia Rebecca and Darren Hogan des arabischen Pferdes e.V Mareike Placke started to breed Shagya-Arabians. ISG ZSAA D Zuchtverband für Sportpferde Udo Weiss 146 has supported an endurance event in arabischer Abstammung e.V. Bettina Voss Australia to draw attention to the ShaDSAH DK Dansk Selskab for Arabisk Christine Pederson 35 gya-Arabians. Hesteavl Shagya Gitte Hoberg Bruno Furrer is active and productive for AFCAS F Association Française Gaby von Felten 148 ISG and Shagya-Arabians as ISG’s secreCheval Arabe Shagya Thierry Legagnoux tary every day. Delegates from 17 countries take part.
HUSAK HR Shagya-Araberverband Kroatien MALE HU Magyarorszagi Arablotenyeztok Egyesuelte Bábolna HU Nemzeti Menesbirtok Kft, Bábolna ISAHS NAHFS NHAR SshAF Topolcianky PShR ASOARABE ASOArabe
Dario Bosnjak 40 Tamás Rombauer 152 Dr. Walter Hecker Tamás Rombauer 46 Dr. Walter Hecker IL/ Israel/Jordanien Dan Harkrali,Rupert Adensamer 3 HKJ Israeli Shagya Arabian Horse Society Michael Tropper NO Norsk Araberhestforenings Anne Stine Foldal 65 RO National Agency for Breeding Petruta Tureac, Dr.Adrian Duta 106 Ing. Daniela Stanica and Reproduction in Zootechny S Svenska Shagya-Araberföreningen Kjell Jormfeldt, Katarina Lund 32 SK Národny Zrebcin, Topolcianky Peter Görözdi 130 Michal Hórny USA Performance Shagya Arabian Linda Rudolphi 22 Registry (eligible to vote after TOP 6) Olivia Rudolphi, Holly Kemmis YV Shagya-Araber Zuchtverband Gertrud von Fedak 9 Venezuela CO Shagya-Araber Zuchtverband Gertrud von Fedak 9
Sum of votes by delegates of represented associations Present founding members
CH Bruno Furrer CH Elisabeth Furrer
Number of votes by foundation members
TOP 4.1 – Treasury Report. The treasury was checked by Mareike Placke and Ing. Rudolf Meindl. They state that Mrs. Mahnke from VZAP has done a pretty good job keeping it orderly and clearly. The money was used properly. TOP 4.2 – Exoneration of the board. The chash auditors recommend the exoneration of the board which followed unanimously.
TOP 5 – Report regarding new associated members. There are three associations in approval Some associated members are not represented by delegates: actually. EASP has never shown any doKabiuk BGState Tribal& SeedProductionComplex Kabiuk 25 cuments for inspection. Documents that NASS USANorthAmericanShagyaSociety 127 were given by ASAV for approval did Total number of votes in associates members 1623 not meet all requirements for intensive inspection. Bruno Furrer has checked The executive committee members Mr. correct manner. He has received two studbook and breeding guidelines of Ahmed Al Samarraie, Mr. Diether von applications by ÖAZV, which have been PShR and states, that they follow RZBO Kleist and Mr. Támas Rombauer are added to the agenda and sent to all and that the pedigrees are correct. present as well as members of the ex- members in time. Statestud Radautz applies for its own panded board Mrs. Carin Weiss, Mr. TOP 3 – Report from the Board. membership. Discussion is in progress, Franz Hoppenberger and Mr. Dr. Walter Ahmed Al Samarraie reminds to the im- the horses are already registered. Huber. pressive event in Radautz 2011, where TOP 6 – Admission of new members. Ahmed Al Samarraie states that the in- some visitors had the chance to meet The executive board recommends advitation has been sent out in timely and Romanian Shagya-Arabians for the first mission of PShR. This proposal is carried Total votes
1 1 2
TOP 4 – Financal Report. The treasurer of ISG, Diether von Kleist, gives a report about 2011 and the budget for 2012 in written form to the delegates and explains the report. Starting with g € 17 754.46 receipts of g € 10 506.22 and expenses of g € 5 252.69 summed up to a final total of g € 23 007.99.
unanimously. PShR now is associated member representing 22 horses. BoD proposes not to include the ASAV. Ahmed Al Samarraie emphasizes that then a number of breeders, who own Shagya-Arabians, will not be attended by ISG-approved organizations. Horses with registration papers issued by ASAV are not Shagya-Arabians. But with NASS unanimously. and PShR there are two different associations in America whom breeders may ask for care if they want to breed Shagya-Arabians. The proposal is carried with 175 abstentions.
TOP 7 – Application of the board to change fees and voting rights. The application of ÖAZV to change this application is not admissible. Ahmed Al Samarrie explains the proposal of the board. ÖAZV then withdraws its application. The application of the board is accepted
TOP 10 – Appointment of three commissions. Some more people are willing to take part. The application is carried unanimously. Each commission will name a speaker. TOP 11 – Application of ÖAZV. ÖAZV withdraws this application.
TOP 8 – Application about annual lists of foals and changes of stock. Each association shall send a list of foals to ISG by end of the year. Every new registered Shagya-Arabian foal shall be The BoD recommends concluding appli- listed naming its identification number cation of EASP. The assembly follows and its parents with their identification numbers. The list shall help to determithis proposal with 175 abstentions. Following new supporting members are ne member fees and votes and to check accepted unanimously: Bettina Voss, Pe- if foals were registered according to ter Schiffner, Klaus Bungenstock, RZBO. Rainer Feuerpeil (from Germany) and The application is accepted unanimously. Robert Bliženec (CZ). Rebecca and Darren Hogan from Au- TOP 9 – Application of ZSAA. stralia are accepted unanimously as The application is accepted by abstentisingle breeders. on of VZAP and ZSAA.
TOP 12 – Miscellaneous. AFCAS invites ISG for Delegates meeting and European Championship in 2014. President Ahmed Al Samarraie closes the conference at 18.30 p.m. Mühlen, August, 8th 2012 Rotenburg, August Carin Weiss – keeper of the minutes Ahmed Al Samarraie – president
Shagya’s In Action: Clockwise starting at top – Jumping in Babolna, Lapis, Tampa Prince, WineGlass Debonair (Genie Stewart Spears photo), and Murad – High Point Stallion at Performance Test
Examination of the Stutbook of the PSHR Performance Shagya Registry (PShR) in den USA Dear delegates of the ISG, Last year in Radautz the delegates acknowledged my examination of the Stutbook of the PSHR and asked them, which want to join the ISG as a member, until the end of 2011 to deliver a “cleared “ version. I was asked to examine it again. In spring 2011 I’ve gotten the responsibility to read the stutbooks of both USA associations (PSHR and ASAV) which applied for membership in the ISG. Based on my report, the associations were asked to rewrite their stutbooks until the end of the year. In November I received in good timely manner the rewritten Stutbook from PSHR. The members of PSHR delivered with an enormous effort the new stutbook – thank you very much. From the members in Charge of the PSHR I received countless questions to the ZBO and the stutbook. A.B. a german Shagya breeder, living in Canada and Member of the board of the PSHR, sent me always right away translations and explanations, which made my workload way easier. I owe her a special thank you for this. I had two possibilities: Either not to react to the questions, my responsibility was only to examine the result or to help to create such an important document. I chose the second possibility, knowing that I will offend my friends at the NASS. The attached list includes all PSHR listed horses and a summary of all facts. In the first column is the number, in the second are Name, Date of inspection and which stutbook. In the third column you will find the PSHR stutbook number and in the fourth the 9/16 rule.
My comments to C In the fifth column the Name and n u m ber of the association, which was Are the information about the horses complete and are they in comparison to responsible for the first pedigree. the ZBO of the PSHR? I examinated in three steps: A. Is there a comparison between the 1. 38 horses had attached a copy of the PSHR ZBO and the ISG RZBO? B. Are the progeny of the horses cor- original first pedigrees. 3 mares are missing. rect and are they in the right sections of The delegates in Radautz decided: A the stutbook? horse is born only once, it gets only one C. Are the information about the hor- pedigree, it is not allowed to produce ses complete and are they in comparinew pedigree papers. Inspections or otson to the ZBO of the hers have to be signed in into the origiPSHR? nal pedigree. I had to learn the hard way, that this My comment to A point can’t be fulfilled. The differences Is there a comparison between the between the three USA associations are PSHR ZBO and the ISG so big, the original pedigrees are not giRZBO? ven away to make their life difficult. 2. Inspections and performance tests The ZBO of an association is the funda- are listed with date. ment of an association. Base for a tho- 3. The progeny of all horses are listed. rough stutbook. 4. In case of name changes the first and I examinated the ZBO with the result that the ZBO compares to the RZBO of the ISG with adaption’s to the USA mar- second name is listed. ket. The final realisation has in parts still 5. The measurments are all listed to be done. 6. The stutbook numbers and names of the other associations are listed. My comments to B 7. DNA,SCID or CA are, when tested, Are the progeny of the horses correct listed. and are they in the right sections of 8. For every horse are five generations the stutbook? progeny delivered. 9. The standard information like name I have checked all pedigrees, eliminated of breeder, owner, brands and also stalthe purebred arabians. 11 stallions are lion and mare family is listed. in the stallion book and 30 mares are in the marebook. The pedigrees are very Final precise, I didn’t find any mistakes. The Dear delegates of the ISG, difficulty in USA is that there a not ma- I tried to fulfill the responsibilities you ny performance tested stallions. This gave me without any emotions. I follomakes it difficult to assign them into wed the new RZBO and the standards the right book. Never the less, stallions of the ISG Member associations. without performance test belong into stallion book II, means mares from stalli- Feel free to contact me for any questions. on out of book II can only be in marebook II. The ZBO of the PSHR offers a very good solution, where stallions can be tested in conformation with the rules.
Right: Myrtle Lodge in 7 Ireland
The decision, shall an additional association be in the USA is yours. CH-Gerlikon, in June 2012 Bruno Furrer
PShR Shagya-Arabian Stallion Studbooks
PShR Summary of ZBO Studbooks
ISG Summary of RZBO Studbook Minimum requirements that must be met by any ISG member association
In the 4th generation seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber. The stallion must receive a minimum average score of seven (7) at an inspection given by a commission. To be permanently recorded in Stallion Book I a Stallion Performance Test (according to the performance rules & regulations) must be successfully completed within a pre-defined timeframe.
Appendix of the Stallion-Book I (Book IA)
In the 4th generation there are less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above from in Stallion-Book I
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber, The stallion received a minimum average score below seven (7) at an inspection given by a commission and/or Stallion Performance Test is not completed/passed
Appendix of the Stallion-Book II (Book IIA)
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above from the Stallion-Book II
In the 4th generation seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber. The stallion must receive a minimum average score of seven (7) at an inspection given by a commission. To be permanently recorded in Stallion Book I a Stallion Performance Test (according to the performance rules & regulations) must be successfully completed within a pre-defined timeframe. Stallions must stand for a veterinary evaluation at an inspection site Special allowance for stallions used for Shagya-Arabian breeding prior to 2012 in the USA/Canada. Special allowance for stallions with a Purebred Arabian parent prior to 2010 to remain in Book I.
In the 4th generation there are less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above in Stallion-Book I
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber, The stallion received a minimum average score below seven (7) at an inspection given by a commission And/or Stallion Performance Test is not completed/passed within three years of his inspection date And/or has more than three progeny before completing performance testing
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above in Stallion-Book II
The ISG website is a great resource for up-to-date information and worldwide Shagya-Arabian news. The following is the link for the ISG Breeding Guidelines: http://www.shagya-isg.de/en/rzbo.html
PShR Shagya-Arabian Mare Studbooks
ISG Summary of RZBO Studbook
PShR Summary of ZBO Studbooks
Minimum requirements that must be met by any ISG member association
Main MareBook (MareBook I)
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber, The mare received a minimum average score of six (6) at an inspection given by a commission, Cannot receive an individual score less than five ( 5.0), Sires up to the 3rd generation registered or being eligible for registration in the Stallion-Book I (according to the respective regulations)
Appendix of the Mare-Book I (Book IA)
Mare-Book (Mare-Book II)
Appendix of the Mare-Book/ Mare-Book II (Book IIA)
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above from the Main Mare-Book/Mare-Book I
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors being Shagya-Araber, Received a minimum average score less than six (6) And/or sire registered in the Stallion-Book II
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors being Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above from the Main Mare-Book/Mare-Book II
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber, The mare received a minimum average score of seven (7) at an inspection given by a commission, Sires up to the 3rd generation registered or being eligible for registration in the Stallion-Book I (according to the respective regulations) Special allowance for mares with a Purebred Arabian parent prior to 2010 to remain in Book I. All mares five (5) years of age or younger in 2010 will be required to complete performance testing.
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above in Main Mare-Book/Mare-Book I
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors being Shagya-Araber, Received a minimum average score less than seven (7) And/or sire registered in the Stallion-Book II
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors being Shagya-Araber Or Purebred Arabians, And remaining requirements as above in Main Mare-Book/Mare-Book II
Stay up-to-date on the PShR Inspection Plans, check us out on Facebook: Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry and www.performanceshagyaregsitry.org Left: WineGlass Fleurie
Studbook of the Performance Shagya Registry Zuchtanerkennung = Being appreciated to breed.(paperwork is complete, good inspection) Noch keine Zuchtanerkennung = Has not been Approved for Breeding Zuchtberechtigung = Being allowed to breed. (paperwork not complete or missing) Anhang = Appendix Performance Pedigree = Long line of good performance in the pedigree and performance test.
Hengstbuch (Stallion Book) 1. Budapest [Budapest AF] PShR-86-1000 Zuchtanerkennung 1989, Hengstbuch I 2. Evanescent Star AF PShR-04-1037 4/16 2006, Hengstbuch I 3. *KS Rubin PShR-01-1003 1/16 2006, Hengstbuch I 4. LCR Darshan PShR-09-1055 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 5. Max PShR-99-1002 3/16 2003, Hengstbuch I 6. *Murad PShR-96-1035 0/16 2001 in D,NASS 2003, HLP 2001 in D 7. *Olivero PShR-06-1057 0/16 Zuchtanerkennung 8. Rainierr PShR-09-1054 8/16 Zuchtanerkennung 9. Rodinn PShR-08-1046 8/16 Zuchtanerkennung 10. Royce PShR-11-1053 8/16 Zuchtanerkennung 11. Sterling Silver AF PShR-03-1036 3/16 2006, Hengstbuch I
NASS/ShA-04-208 Zuchtanerkennung DE 08/40136/01
Performance Pedigree Noch keine NASS/ShA-99-145 Zuchtanerkennung DE 13/40343/96 Hengstbuch I DE 13/40981/06
Zuchtanerkennung Noch keine
Performance Pedigree Noch keine Performance Pedigree Noch keine Performance Pedigree Noch keine NASS/ShA-03-193 Zuchtanerkennung
Stutbuch (Mare Book) 1 2 US Gazal I PShR-08-1007 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2 Amara’s Khadina PShR-95-1029 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006, Buch I 3 Calypso B PShR-98-1050 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 4 Dahri PShR-98-1050 1/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2003 in D, 5 Echo’s Eroica AF PShR-06-1013 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006, Buch I 6 Faith Bepa AF PShR-92-1001 2/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006- Buch I 7 Lily Creek Believers Journey PShR-09-1038 8/16 Zuchtanerkennung 8 Lily Creek Ciara PShR-99-1034 11/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006,Buch I -Anhang 9 Nairobi Silver SH PShR-11-1044 0/16 Zuchtanerkennung 10 Philomena PShR-95-1047 Zuchtberechtigung 2001 in D, NASS 2003
NASS/PSh-95-080 Performance Pedigree
DE 08/41670/98 NASS/ShA-06-242 NASS/ShA-92-082 Performance Pedigree
NASS/PSh-99-207 Performance Pedigree 0/16
11 Piatti PShR-96-1041 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 12 Prima Volta PShR-94-1010 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 13 RAA’s Pasari PShR-02-1049 0/16 Noch keine Zuchtanerkennung 14 RAA’s Pashera PShR-01-1051 1/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2003 15 RAL Mirbat Mystic PShR-10-1045 8/16 Zuchtanerkennung 16 Sahara PShR-11-1056 Noch keine Zuchtanerkennung 17 Samira Madigan SE PShR-04-1027 11/16 keine Zuchtanerkennung 18 Silver Nike SH PShR-08-1039 0/16 Zuchtanerkennung 19 SW Selabration PShR-95-1059 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2000 - Buch I 20 WineGlass Diva PShR-01-1020 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 21 WineGlass Dora PShR-06-1004 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 22 WineGlass Fleurie PShR-93-1017 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 23 WineGlass Madeira PShR-92-1016 9/16 Zuchtanerkennung 1997 - Buch I 24 WineGlass Marsalla PShR-10-1042 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 25 WineGlass Mirella PShR-08-1006 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 26 WineGlass Rouge PShR-93-1009 Zuchtanerkennung 2000 - Buch I 27 WineGlass Sherry PShR-99-1018 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 28 WineGlass Valencia PShR-09-1014 5/16 Zuchtanerkennung 29 WineGlass Valtellina PShR-99-1019 Zuchtanerkennung 2006 - Buch I 30 WineGlass Vixen PShR-05-1021 keine Zuchtanerkennung
NASS/PSh-96-157 NASS/PSh-94-051 Performance Pedigree VZAP 08/40748/01/SH Performance Pedigree
4/16 Performance Pedigree NASS/PSh-04-195 Anhang - Noch NASS/ShA-08-263
NASS/PSh-95-087 NASS/PSh-01-158 NASS/ShA-06-248 9/16
NASS/PSh-92-024 Performance Pedigree
NASS/PSh-93-035 9/16 NASS/PSh-99-133
9/16 NASS/PSh-99-134 9/16
PShR Specialty Plus: Halsteads Firesky & Julie Jackson-Biegert
Anticipation . . . By Holly Kemmis ISG Meeting July, 2012 I had no idea what to expect . . . I’d traveled to Europe before, but had never been to Hungary and Austria, so when the invitation to attend the ISG meeting in July came, I eagerly accepted. I am a rookie at many things horse related – but an avid student. My eyes were open wide when we landed in Budapest and set off to explore the city. Being in Hungary for the first time was special to me, as my grandparents were born in the Budapest area, and came to the United States in the 1920’s, where they met and married. I fondly remember my Nana with her slight European accent and culinary talents. I wanted to share my passion for the local food with Linda and Olivia Rudolphi – everything paprika, sour cream, noodles and cottage cheese that was so familiar to me. Budapest is a gorgeous city! The river Danube runs through the center and a series of bridges, all with names, make easy travel from the west (Buda) to the east (Pest). Our hotel was along the river, at the base of Gellert Hill (ask me after a few cocktails how many times we hiked up the hill!) The city is famous for its thermal baths, some of the largest in Europe, and we indulged in the Gellert spa which is decorated in gorgeous Art Nouveau mosaics and stained glass. Our first trip out of the city was to the farm of Andrea Janászik, who is the registrar for the KisberiGidran Association in Hungary. The Gidran is a strong, medium heavy mount or carriage horse with a big frame, typically chestnut in color and regarded as a Hungarian Anglo-Arab. They are a very rare breed, found only in Hungary and Romania in small numbers. Andrea’s farm has a traditional thatchroof barn and pastoral setting. At the end of the day, Andrea’s husband cooked a traditional meal for us (a goulash-like soup). Our next adventure was to the Gidran farm in Kereki, where we were treated to a presentation of two lovely stallions and a carriage ride through the countryside. The manager did not speak English so Andrea graciously agreed to travel with us as translator. The Hungarian language is not easy for English speaking folks like me to understand – their words are filled with more consonants than vowels, especially the letters G, V and Z.
We were lucky to fit our tour into their schedule as they were departing shortly for a carriage driving competition. The carriage that took us cross country and through the quaint village of Kereki is shown here. I have never seen so many chestnut horses in one place! As you can see, the youngsters were quite friendly and inquisitive with Dr. Olivia.
Next was the day I’d waited for . . . to Babolna (pronounced with the accent on the first syllable), the Shagya State Stud of Hungary. Here we were joined by our international ISG friends, Dr. Walter Huber and Gertrud Von Fedak. The stud farm was established in 1789 as the Royal Imperial Stud of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to supply horses for the army and the Royal Guard. It comes as no surprise that there is an overpowering sense of history here. The buildings and grounds are gorgeous, everything is freshly painted bright yellow with dark green trim and the gardens are neatly manicured. Upon arrival, we settled into the former officer quarters, now a small hotel. As we were all impatient to see more, Dr. Huber treated us to a private tour of the stallion and mare barns, sharing stories of the time he worked and rode the Babolna Shagya-Arabians in his youth. Above each stall hung the horse’s pedigree, and the group talked at length about each of the characteristics found in the main breeding lines. I was an avid listener, and found myself taking pictures of the stall sign that corresponded to each horse. I wanted to remember every detail! I noticed a difference when speaking with Europeans about Shagya-Arabians and Arabians. In the US, we call Arabians just that – when talking with ShagyaArabian breeders in Europe, Arabians are referred to as ‘Purebreds.’ Our second day at Babolna included a discussion of the company’s many interests (more than just horse breeding), a presentation of stallions, a carriage ride through a beautiful park, and a trip to one of the outlying farms. We had a congenial tour guide, who also served as translator. The day would not have been complete without a tour of the museum, which held many fine examples of traditional harness and saddlery, musical instruments, and large displays that traced the main Babolna Shagya lines back to the beginning. The visit to the offsite farm where some of the younger stallions were in training was a highlight for me. It was there that I found the stallion I thought most perfect, the one I would dream to bring home, Gazal XIX-1. Check him out, he’s GORGEOUS! Ah, if wishes were horses . . . . (BTW, I checked the private sale list, he’s NOT on it.) 13
We topped off our perfect day with food and drink at the home of Tamas Rombauer. Here I had my first taste of home-brewed Palinka, a strong fruit brandy. I’m such an innocent! Tamas offered me a small glass, everyone raised their arms in a toast, and I chugged. Most of the rest of the evening remains fuzzy, but the food and company were outstanding. Next stop on our whirlwind tour was the Pelsonius Farm in the Lake Balaton area of Hungary. What beautiful countryside! The farm was enormous (600 ha or 1400+ acres) and there are over 300 horses – it is the largest ‘Arab’ stud in Hungary. We traveled by jeep out to see the mares and younger horses. Afterwards, the stallions were presented to us and we spent time with the latest crop of foals. This is a private farm, not state owned, and the owner/director had an interesting breeding program. He was crossing Shagya Arabian and Akhal-Teke stallions with Shagya Arabian and Arabian (purebred) mares. Targeting the distance market in Europe, he hopes to produce a high quality horse with both speed and endurance. This picture is of one of the Pelsonius stallions, a 4 year old Shagya by Koheilan XIII. He was Junior Champion stallion in the European Championships in Stadl, Austria 2010. I was very impressed by the quality and diversity of the stallions at Pelsonius. From Babolna, we traveled to the final chapter in our story, the ISG meeting in Vienna. WOW! A large group of passionate Shagya-Arabian supporters gathered for a day filled with activities that culminated with the annual meeting. Of course, we were on pins and needles, waiting for the meeting, because THE VOTE was hanging in the balance: Would the ISG accept the PShR? Time will tell . . . We started our day with a carriage ride through the city, the drivers describing the sites, our cameras clicking. After this, we were treated to a performance by the Lipizzaner horses and tour of the Spanish Riding School. It had always been a dream of mine to see the school – I was only a wee bit disappointed that the famed stallions were ‘on holiday’ at Piber and we had to ‘settle’ for the mares and youngsters. I promised myself a return trip. We then traveled by bus to the Freudenau race track, a nostalgic location whose buildings date back to the time of the Austrian emperors, a place where the aristocracy presented their horses . The meeting 14
was chaired by the ISG President, Ahmed Al Samarraie, entirely in German. Those of us who needed English were given headsets so we could hear the translator. The agenda seemed long – I skimmed through it, eager to understand how long we would have to wait for THE VOTE. Shelley, Olivia, Linda, and I were all seated at the end of one row - - Behind me were some charming people who spoke German, and to my right was a couple from one of the Scandinavian countries. Everyone was friendly and relaxed (except Linda, who by this point was barely breathing). I was impressed with the businesslike manor in which the meeting was conducted. Finally, Ahmed announced the recommendation of the Board of Directors that the Performance Shagya-Arabian Registry be accepted as a member of the ISG and called for the vote. Then, came the vote by roll call - - one by one, each country was named and it’s delegates called out their vote – YES, YES, YES . . . it continued. At the end it was apparent to everyone that the PShR was accepted. The group behind me tapped me on the shoulder and offered me a glass of wine, huge smiles on their faces - - I jumped up, cheering as we started hugging each other. I looked around the room and everyone was smiling, clapping, and welcoming us. I do believe we all shed a few tears of joy . . .
The PShR achieved the goal we have been working so long and hard for. What lies ahead? A whole new set of challenges was given to us by Ahmed following the meeting, the most important being to offer registration to the Shagya-Arabian horses in the United States who do not belong to an official ISG organization. I know we will find a way! Toast! Prost! Salut! Skaal! Nazdrave! Kedves Egeszsegere! Toastado! A Votre Sante! Cheers! To the Performance Shagya-Arabian Regsitry 15
PShR Shagya-Arabian Gelding Performance Books Not Recognized by the ISG PShR Summary of Categories Books for Shagya-Arabian Geldings
Gelding Book I
Gelding Book IA
Gelding Book II
Gelding Book IIA
In the 4th generation seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber. The gelding must receive a minimum average score of seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. To be permanently recorded in Gelding Book I the PShR Gelding Performance Test (according to the performance rules & regulations) must be successfully completed. Until the performance is completed, the gelding will be listed in Gelding Book IA
In the 4th generation there are less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber And remaining requirements as above in Gelding-Book I
In the 4th generation at least seven (7) or more ancestors must be Shagya-Araber, The gelding received a minimum average score below 7 at an evaluation given by a commission And/or PShR Gelding Performance Test is not completed/passed. Until the performance is completed, the gelding will be listed in Gelding Book IIA
In the 4th generation less than seven (7) ancestors are Shagya-Araber And remaining requirements as above in Gelding-Book II
H. WineGlass Syrah, Hungares, WineGlass Vino
PShR Shagya Sporthorse Performance Books Not Recognized by the ISG
Category for Shagya-Arabian Related Horses
Shagya Sporthorse Book III
Summary of PShR Categories
Shagya Sporthorse Book IIIA
Shagya Sporthorse Book IV
Shagya Sporthorse Book IVA
Horses must have seven (7) or more Shagya-Arabians in the fourth generation Horse must be 25% Shagya-Arabian in pedigree One parent must be from Stallion Book I or II / Mare Book I or II One parent is grade or any breed other than purebred Arabian The horse must receive a minimum average score of seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. To be permanently recorded in Shagya Sporthorse Book III the must complete the PShR Gelding Performance Test (according to the performance rules & regulations) must be successfully completed. Until the performance is completed, the gelding will be listed in Sporthorse Book IIIA
Horses must have seven (7) or more Shagya-Arabians in the fourth generation Horse must be 25% Shagya-Arabian in pedigree One parent must be from Stallion Book I or II/Mare Book I or II One parent is grade or any breed other than purebred Arabian The horse received a minimum average score below a seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. Horses have not completed PShR Gelding performance criteria
Less than seven (7) Shagya-Arabians in the fourth generation. The gelding must receive a minimum average score of seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. Horse must be 25% Shagya-Arabian in pedigree One parent must be from Stallion Book I or II / Mare Book I or II One parent is grade or any breed other than purebred Arabian The horse must receive a minimum score of seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. To be permanently recorded in Gelding Book IV the PShR Gelding Performance Test (according to the performance rules & regulations) must be successfully completed. Until the performance is completed, the gelding will be listed in Gelding Book IVA
Less than seven (7) Shagya-Arabians in the fourth generation Horse must be 25% Shagya-Arabian in pedigree One parent must be from Stallion Book I or II / Mare Book I or II One parent is grade or any breed other than purebred Arabian The horse received a minimum average score below a seven (7) at an evaluation given by a commission. Horses have not completed PShR Gelding performance criteria
PShR Fee Schedule Fees for PShR Members
Fees for NonNonMembers
MARE OR STALLION - 1 YEAR OR OLDER HORSES: GELDING - ANY AGE:
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP (WITHIN 6 MONTHS): TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP (AFTER 6 MONTHS OF OWNERSHIP)
MISCELLANEOUS REPLACE A LOST OR DAMAGED CERTIFICATE
LICENSING STALLIONS INSPECTION VETERINARY EXAM PERFORMANCE TESTING SUBMISSION ELITE PERFORMANCE TESTING SUBMISSION
$200.00 $40.00 $100.00 $200.00
$400.00 $80.00 $200.00 $400.00
MARES INSPECTION VETERINARY EXAM PERFORMANCE TESTING SUBMISSION ELITE PERFORMANCE TESTING SUBMISSION
$200.00 $40.00 $75.00 $150.00
$400.00 $80.00 $150.00 $300.00
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA – AVAILABLE FOR ALL BOOKS, CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION AWARDED IN ALL DIVISIONS INTERIOR TEST FREE JUMPING RIDEABILITY
$20.00 $40.00 $50.00
$40.00 $80.00 $100.00
COMPLETE INTERIOR TEST, FREE JUMPING & RIDEABLITLY AT ONE SITE
$10.00 DEPENDENT ON THE AWARD CHOSEN
N/A AWARD FEE & $50.00
DUES Adult Junior REGISTRATION IN THE YEAR OF THE BIRTH, APP. DEADLINE 1/31: MARE OR STALLION - 1 YEAR OR OLDER HORSES NOT REGISTERED: GELDING - ANY AGE, NEW REGISTRATION: DUAL REGISTRATION
Horses already registered with another ISG Member Registry
AWARDS ANNUAL END OF YEAR AWARDS – PER DIVISION SPECIALTY & SPECIALTY PLUS
Published on Nov 2, 2012
This issue is loaded with information about our upcoming inspection. Don't miss our application deadline discount on Dec 15th.