The DWB stallion performance test system

The Danish Warmblood stallion performance test system is structured according to the Breeding Plan. It assures that the future breedsires are very functional when ridden, and that for each generation born within DWB, functionality and rideability is increased considerably.

The 3½-year-old newly approved jumper stallion, Vong's Brunello DWB, acquired at auction in Denmark by Tallin Farm, also passed his 35-day performance test in Denmark in November 2018. Thereby he is invited to come for final grading in Herning, DK in March 2019. For the US-based young breeding stallions we have alternative ways of performance testing.
The 3½-year-old newly approved jumper stallion, Vong's Brunello DWB, acquired at auction in Denmark by Tallin Farm, also passed his 35-day performance test in Denmark in November 2018. Thereby he is invited to come for final grading in Herning, DK in March 2019. For the US-based young breeding stallions we have alternative ways of performance testing.

The severe performance test system contributes to the impression of the young breedign stallions' abilities as sport horses and sires of the future generations.

Since the breed aims to produce horses for the highest performances on Olympic level in dressage and jumping, it is important that the future breeding stallions show clear potential to perform on the competition arenas later.

For the US based stallions, the below rules regarding performance testing of breedsires are valid.

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