NAS Inspection in Ocala and Archer - September 30th 2013. Contact the office for more information
The North American Studbook is now an Official Associate Member of the World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses. We want to thank everybody involved for their patience and dedication and we are looking forward to a very bright future for all NAS Horses and Owners!!
YHS 2012 Finals - January 5th and 6th 2013 - Wellington, FL
YHS website now active: visit www.younghorseshow.com
Congratulations to the following NAS horses that competed in the Young Horse Show Series Finals! These horses are a perfect reflection of the NAS goals for quality and prove that US breeders and US bred horses can compete with the best:
- Gweneviere (Balta’Czar / Torino) – Class 101 – Reserve Champion
- Sabrina (Cobra One / Sunny Boy) – Class 101 - 3rd Place
- Li’Czabeth SCF (Balta’Czar / Elmshorn) – Class 201 and 202 – Reserve Champion
- Eristocrat MAS (Elio / Lucky Light) – Class 102 - 4th Place – Class 202 – 5th place
Young Horse Show Series now on Facebook!
YHS: Ocala Results (October 16th) available HERE
NAS Champion - IHF Finals - Lexington, KY. Congratulations to SCF and Da'Czil (Balta'Czar / Discreet Friend xx)
Event: A field Day with Derek Braun. Click HERE for more information!
Lexington, KY - September 20th
Ocala, FL - October 15th and 17th
If you live within 2 hours of these cities, you may contact us if you need us to come to your farm and inspect your horses. We will be going to multiple locations already in these areas. You are also welcome to contact us if you wish to travel to one of the sites we will be visited.
YHS: NAS/SCF Series - October 16th 2011 - Hosted by Cav-I farm and Sakura Hill Farm - $3000 in Prizes - Qualifier for the December Finals in Wellington - Prize List available shortly.
The show scheduled Sept. 20th at the VA horse center will be postponed until 2012 due to technical difficulties.
We apologize for any inconvenience and will do our best to bring the YHS series to VA next season!
The SCF/NAS Young Horse Show Series Continues !!
September 21st 2001 at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, VA.
Over $3000 in prizes !!!
Prize list and entry forms will be available shortly.
This show will be a qualifier for the ESP Finals in Wellington, FL this winter.
Young Horse Show: Prize List and Entry Form now available for the March 22nd Show. New division added and rule changes in the Jump Chute !! Please read PL carefully !!
Young Horse Show: NAS 2 Year Old, Li'Czabeth SCF, at the top of class 102 with an 8.13 in the general standings!! Congratulations to Lisa Lourie and Spy Coast Farm!
For all sporthorses 1-5 years of age - jumpers, eventers, hunters and dressage horses. In-hand and under saddle classes. $10,000 in Prize Money per show!
Welcome to the North American Studbook
NAS was established with the single purpose of assisting the North American sport horse breeder to better compete in the domestic and international marketplace. It was created by a small group of seasoned breeders and professionals who have a keen insight into the hurdles facing North American breeders, coupled with a strong understanding of the European means to achievement.
By employing the success-proven strategies that have fueled the European rise to its preeminent state in the sport horse world and adapting these standards to the unique advantages and challenges of our market, the NAS brand has become synonymous with quality and performance success with both breeders and competitors.The pillars of the NAS brand are four-fold:
Quality Standardization: Registry standards of quality are assessed by top sport horse breeders, judges and professional competitors. While these standards are consistently and stringently applied, the NAS assesses each horse as an individual so that quality breeding stock is not overlooked. Standards encompass not only bloodlines, conformation and athleticism of the horse, but also the performance career and progeny of the horse.
|Education: A major function of the NAS is the educational support of the North American breeder. Whether a Keuring, a sponsored-seminar, a sport horse auction or the website, the NAS ensures that each is rich with information and experience so that learning continuously expands for all members.|
|Information: The NAS will gather, compile and assimilate data and information for members' registered horses. In the current North American market, the link between the breeder and the adult horse they bred is often broken and information is lost. One of the primary goals of the NAS is to foster a stronger link so that breeders' are able to track the horses they have bred.|
|Advocation: NAS serves mare and stallion owners in a friendly, clear and most importantly, collaborative manner without bias or politics.|