2010 Friesian Keuring hosted by NEFHC
at Ten Broeck Farm
October 11, 2010
Register by August 1 to avoid late fees.
Northeast Friesian Horse Club
Official hosts of the coveted Friesian Keuring Inspections
The North American Annual Keur Inspections take place annually in late summer, usually in September. It is a time of year we all look forward to, to gather in the presence of some of the finest animals, and admire the grace and beauty of all the horses that participate, while we continue to learn more about what makes our Friesian Horse so special. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Keur, it is the presentation of our FPS registered horses to a FPS approved judge from the Netherlands and is accompanied by two to four other inspectors of varying qualifications and residencies.
Upon inspection, the Friesian Horses are rated and their results are recorded on their lifetime pedigree paper. The rating is designed to convey the quality of your horse, as seen by the inspectors, on the day of inspections.
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