Applying for "R"

When you meet an "R" in the grading classification of a graded DWB mare, it means that she has passed a riding test or in some other way has obtained an R for rideability by own performances, OR that she has at least one offspring doing dressage or jumping on high level nationally, or at least two offspring on medium level successfully.

An example of a mare with the grading classification EGRDH: The elite- and gold meal mare Vanessa Stensvang  - does not share this special grading classification with many other mares... She was mare of the year 1999 and now breeding successfully at her birthplace in South Jutland.
An example of a mare with the grading classification EGRDH: The elite- and gold meal mare Vanessa Stensvang - does not share this special grading classification with many other mares... She was mare of the year 1999 and now breeding successfully at her birthplace in South Jutland.

Within Dansk Varmblod there are many different grading classifications that should easily give the reader/potential buyer an overview of the horse's quality in its pedigree, thereby getting an impression of its possible value in breed or expectations in the sport.

For instance, RDH means a mare graded to the main studbook and who has obtained an R through passing a riding test, or competing on at least medium level in either dressage or jumping, or because one or more of her offspring has excelled at advanced level in the sport. The rules for applying and obtaining an R is listed in the below application form.

ROR means a supplemntary register mare who has obtained R for her own or her offspring's riding results.

EGRDH is eventually the highest obtainable grading clasdification, telling that this is a gold medal main studbook mare with a passed riding test, and who has then produced offspring with so much quality in studbook gradings and in the sport, that she was later given the E for Elite mare.

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