Breeding News

What is WBFSH?

The World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) is a non-profit federation of sport horse studbooks from around the world. The WBFSH generally promotes the common interests of its member studbooks and acts as a representative body for the sport horse breeding sector.

The major goals of the WBFSH are:

Goal 1. Stimulate the development of sport-horse breeding world wide.

Goal 2. Co-ordinate and stimulate co-operation among member studbooks.

Goal 3. Represent the common interests of the sport-horse breeding world internationally.

Goal 4. Cooperate with other relevant organisations to promote horse breeding generally, to better integrate sport and breeding and to advance interests of member studbooks and individuals.

Goal 5. Be efficient and effective as an organization respecting good financial control, good governance and best practice in management.



6-year-old KWPN stallion Dancer Forever became 2014 world champion in Verden ridden by Dutch Kirsten Brouwer.
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6-year-old KWPN stallion Dancer Forever became 2014 world champion in Verden ridden by Dutch Kirsten Brouwer.
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The ISH mare Arraghbeg by Captain Clover became 5-year-old world champion 2013 at Zangersheide ridden by Irish Greg Broderick.
The ISH mare Arraghbeg by Captain Clover became 5-year-old world champion 2013 at Zangersheide ridden by Irish Greg Broderick.