‘Competition’ mare Catira Jmen IX (2015/BH Calisco JmenOlinda Jmen x Oramé [KWPN])

By Roberta Milano (Translation: Luis Rocco)
Photography: Courtesy ABCCH

This project aims to identify and disseminate the quality of the Brazilian Sport Horse Breeding Association (ABCCH) broodmares, for the valorization of their products and to promote their greater use in the marketplace.

It’s necessary, in the first instance, to understand the general guidelines of the ABCCH’s Gold Broodmares’ Program:

Elite mares

1 Have produced a son who participated in the Olympic Games, World Equestrian Games, World Cup Final, or who has won a CSI five-star Grand Prix, and/or;
2 Have been the leader of the ABCCH statistics as ‘mother of a horse athlete’ for points over a period of three years, or;
3 To have been among the five ABCCH statistical leaders as ‘mother of a horse athlete’ for five years.

Premium Mares

1 Have been classified among the three best mothers of horse athletes for points scored in the ABCCH statistics, or;
2 Have produced a son who participated in a Pan American Games, or;
3 Have produced two sons who ranked in the first three places in CSN 1m45 or higher. or;
4 Have produced five grandchildren who ranked in the first three places in CSN 1m45. or higher, or;
5 They have produced a son who has won a national championship for senior riders, or top senior champion.
Daughters of ‘elite’ mares automatically receive the special certificate.

Gone Away (Cornet Obolensky - Come Prima x Kannan)

Competition mares

 

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