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PVDA offers several Breed Awards sponsored by breed organizations such as the German Oldenburg Verband/Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society, Thoroughbred Placement Resources, MAHB American Hanoverian Society, the Maryland State Quarter Horse Association and the Maryland Pony Breeders. These awards are presented each year at the Annual Awards Banquet.

The Eastern Region Andalusian Horse Club High Score Schooling/Licensed Show Award

Awarded to the horse and rider in a PVDA recognized or schooling show who receives the highest test score during the competition season. Two awards will be given, one to the highest score in a recognized show and the other to the highest score in a schooling show. The same horse/rider combination may not win both awards. To qualify for this award, the horse must have official IALHA registration papers of Andalusian or Lusitano purity and the owner is the current owner. The score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, please send a copy of your horse’s IALHA Registration papers and a copy of the test that earned you your highest score this season, with your name, address, and phone number, to: Linda Denniston,14526 Bollinger Rd, Rocky Ridge, MD. 21778. Phone number: 301-447-6240. Email: crqhf@aol.com. The deadline to qualify is November 1st of the competition year.

The German Oldenburg Verband/Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society High Score Schooling Show Award

Awarded to the horse and rider in a PVDA schooling show who receives the highest average of three test scores during the competition season. To qualify for this award, the horse must be a properly registered GOV/OHBS horse, the score must be received during the current competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, please send a copy of your GOV/OHBS registration for your horse and a copy of the tests that earned you your three highest scores this season, with your name, address, and phone number, to: Marne Martin-Tucker, 7401 Morgan Road, Woodbine, MD, 21797 or e-mail marnemt@aol.com. The deadline to qualify is November 1st of the competition year.


The Thoroughbred Placement Resources High Score Schooling/Licensed Show Award

Awarded to the horse and rider in a recognized or schooling show who receives the highest test score during the competition season. Two awards will be given, one to the highest score in a PVDA recognized show and the other to the highest score in a PVDA schooling show. The same horse/rider combination may not win both awards. To qualify for this award, the horse must be a full thoroughbred (registered or unregistered), the score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, please send a copy of your horses lineage and a copy of the test that earned you your highest score this season, with your name, address, and phone number, to: Camilla Cornwall, ckcornwell@gmail.com The deadline to qualify is November 1st of the competition year.


The MAHB American Hanoverian Society High Score Recognized Show Award

Awarded to the horse and rider in PVDA recognized shows who receive the highest average of three test scores during the current competition season. To qualify for this award, the horse must be a properly registered AHS horse, the score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, please send a copy of your AHS registration for your horse and a copy of the tests that earned you your three highest scores this season, with your name, address, and phone number, to: Pat Limage, 7511 Old Carolina Road, Gainesville, VA 20155. Phone: 703-754-7555. Email: BaePrid@erols.com. The deadline to qualify is September 30 of the competition year.

The Maryland State Quarter Horse Annual Outreach Award

Awarded to the horse and rider in a recognized or schooling show who receives the highest test score during the competition season. Two awards will be given, one to the highest score in a PVDA recognized show and the other to the highest score in a PVDA schooling show. The same horse/rider combination may not win both awards. To qualify for this award, the horse must be a properly registered Quarter Horse, the score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, send a copy of your American Quarter Horse Association registration for your horse and a copy of the test that earned you your highest score this season, with your name, address, and phone number, to: Deanna Rippeon, Sunset Ridge Farm, 13979 Unionville Road, Mt. Airy, MD 21771. The deadline to qualify is November 1st of the competition year.

The Maryland Pony Breeders High Score Schooling & Licensed Show Awards

Awarded to the pony and rider in a PVDA recognized or schooling show who receives the highest test score during the current competition season. Three awards will be given, one to the highest score in a recognized show, one to the highest score in a schooling show, and one to the highest test score above first level. The same pony/rider combination may not win more than one award. To qualify for this award, the pony must be registered with a pony breed society or have an official measurement below 147 cm. The score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for these awards, please send or email a copy of your pony’s registration papers and a copy of qualifying test(s) along with your name, address, and phone number, to: Judy Hartman; PO Box 220; Tracys Landing, MD 20779. Phone number: 315-723-7985. Email: judithannhartman@gmail.com. The deadline to qualify is December 1st of the competition year. Tests should be submitted during the show season, if multiple tests are submitted, the highest score in each category will be used.


The Eastern Welsh Circuit High Score Schooling/Licensed Show Award

Awarded to the Welsh pony/cob and rider in a PVDA recognized or schooling show who receives the highest weighted test score during the current competition season in either a recognized or schooling show. Test scores will be weighted by difficulty with Intro Level scores multiplied by 1, Training Level by 1.1, First Level by 1.2 etc. To qualify for this award, the pony or cob must be registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of America (WPCSA) and may be pure, half, or part bred. The score must be received during the competition season, and the rider must be a member of PVDA. If you are interested in competing for this award, please send or email a copy of your pony/cob’s registration papers and a copy of the qualifying test(s) along with your name, address, and phone number, to: Judy Hartman; PO Box 220; Tracys Landing, MD 20779. Phone number: 315-723-7985. Email: judithannhartman@gmail.com. The deadline to qualify is December 1st of the competition year. Tests should be submitted during the show season, if multiple tests are submitted, the highest score will be used.

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