HOW TO ACHIEVE SPORT PREDICATE

 

Sport Predicate can be awarded to mares, geldings and stallions that achieve good results in competitive sport. The Sport title can be awarded only on the basis of results achieved during competitions registered at the national dressage organisation in the country of residence. 

 

The minimum requirements for being awarded the Sport title are different for each country. The minimum criteria for awarding the Sport Predicate in Australia are:

 

Dressage medium level (4B and 4C) and 5 points total in a minimum of 3 tests. 60-64.9% 1 pt, 65-69.9% 2 pts, 70-74.9% 3 pts

Driven dressage to level ZZ or FEI Advanced (equivalent in Australia is FEI Driven Dressage, Senior Test 3*B HP1) with five times a minimal score of 60%. The tests must have been done at different times and signed by different judges.

 

Sport “ELITE” Predicate – can be awarded to mares, geldings and stallions that have achieved extraordinary results in riding competitive sports. The Sport “Elite” Predicate can be awarded only on the basis of results achieved during competitions registered at the national and international dressage organizations.

All competitions and results must be completed and recorded officially in the horses correct registered name.

The owner must be a registered member of the AFHS/KFPS at the time of  application.

 

Criteria – Dressage: Five winning points at Prix St. Georges level (or higher) or having obtained the Sport Predicate in all three disciplines: dressage, driving (dressage) and in-harness sports (show driving).

 

Contact the secretary@afhs.org.au to obtain an application and qualifying score sheets for submission.