Breeding News

WBFSH Young Breeders’ World Championship 2009

26-03-2009

The World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses (WBFSH) Young Breeders’ World Championships will be held from 17 – 19 July in Ireland. The championships, jointly organised by Teagasc and Horse Sport Ireland, will take place at Teagasc’s, Kildalton College, Piltown, County Kilkenny.

The aim of the WBFSH International Young Breeders’ Competition is to bring together young breeders from different international breeding associations to compete in various disciplines over two days, to make new friends and contacts and enjoy the challenges and interaction of the competition. Since the inception of the first international competition in Germany in 2001, this objective has been achieved as young breeders forge friendships and learn from each other through travel and regular contact.

If you want to learn more about the WBFSH Young Breeders' World Championship 2009 then check out the programme, application form etc. on this site.

You can read everything about the event in our news article from 02-02-2009.

Go to Young Breeders website.

Young breeder Christian Springborg, Denmark (Photo: Ridehesten.com).