Special Announcement for our USEF competitors...
New Safe Sport Training Requirement Approved August 27, 2018
Safe Sport USEF Rule Part 3
Every USEF member and Federation Participant shall abide by USEF’s Safe Sport Policy and the U.S. Center for SafeSport Code of Conduct. *As described by the USEF Safe Sport Policy a Federation Participant is an USEF member or non-member, who participates in or attends a USEF-licensed competition or sanctioned event.
In order to comply with S.534, the Protecting Young Victim’s from sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017, the USEF Safe Sport Policy. And the Center’s SafeSport Code of Conduct, every USEF adult member and USEF Participant, with the exception of the victim. Is required to report suspected sexual misconduct within 24 hours to the appropriate authorities and to the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Beginning January 1, 2019, every. USEF adult member with a Competing Membership must complete USEF’s Safe Sport Training, as approved by the U.S. Center for SafeSport (the center). BOD8/26/18.
A 30 day grace period to compete the awareness training will be provided to all members who renew or join on or after December 1, 2018. Members joining prior to December 1, 2018 will have until January 1, 2019 to complete the training. Those who do not complete the training within the grace period will be ineligible to participate in USEF activities, including competitions.
PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR SAFE SPORT TRAININGS MODULES BEFORE 2019.
2019 IFSHA World Show announcements...
We are pleased to announce that our 2019 World Show will be held in Springfield, Ohio
at the Champions Center. The dates are October 2 through October 7. Please mark your
calendar and plan to join us there.
Please see below for documents related to the show:
The show schedule can be found here.
- Advertising, Sponsorship, Vendor Forms
- The 2019 Premium List
- Dressage Schedules
Due to an overwhelming response of the scheduled lower level dressage rides and to
accommodate our World Show Exhibitors
Dressage classes 13-33 will be moved to the Thursday Schedule .
Exhibitors that are showing in Sport Horse in Hand will be allotted time to exhibit their horses.
Sandy Jacob, IFSHA Show Manager
- 2019 IFSHA World Entry Blank - COMING SOON
See you in Ohio!
Read the latest "The latest update (05/10/19) from the President can be found "
Additional messages from the IFSHA Board can be found
IFSHA 2020 CALENDAR
Pages for the IFSHA Calendar for 2020 are now on sale! The months of January, May, October, and December are already sold!
The cost of the page is $350.00 and you need to be able to supply a hi resolution photo for the calendat page.
Calendar pages With page script must be complete by October 30th, 2019 for calendar production.
The cover of the calendar which includes front and back covers are available for bid.
The current bid is $650.00.
Please contact Sandy Jacob at email@example.com to choose your month!
Checks will be mailed to Sandy Jacob/Calendar at 8846 West Country Road M, Edgerton, WI 53534.
In response to the many questions concerning qualification for the IFSHA World Show...
A horse will be qualified for the World show if it shows during the current show year in any Friesian class at a USEF show.
Additionally entering a recognized USDF class will qualify a horse.
If for some reason you cannot get a horse qualified, you may request an exemption.
All requests must be received prior to September 1.
Any requests after that date will be approved at the show managers discretion.
Welcome to the home page of the
International Friesian Show Horse Association (IFSHA).
IFSHA is the only official United States
Equestrian Federation (USEF) recognized
representative of the Friesian horse.
Upcoming IFSHA Recognized Shows
For a complete list of shows check
Our goal is to provide a Rated Show Circuit with rules and regulations to
protect the Horses while providing a fair and enjoyable playing field. We will
promote IFSHA activities by offering a Year End Awards Program and recognition
for Friesians that excel in open competition, as well as junior equitation,
english pleasure (saddle seat, hunt seat), costume, western pleasure, halter,
dressage, driving, and even trail classes. There will also be fun classes like
Liberty to promote the Friesian horse in its natural splendor. Due to the
efforts of IFSHA, in 2005 USEF also began to provide recognition and annual
awards for the Friesian horse.
Every horse containing Friesian blood should be able to connect with and
preserve their authentic Dutch heritage.
Through IFSHA we want to reach out to all people with horses containing
Friesian blood and bring them together to protect, promote, and establish
a harmonious show community.
If you want more information on IFSHA, please make the
IFSHA FAQs your first stop.
Should you wish to contact the IFSHA Office please send your email to
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