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:new: March 2012  Mini Shows - CP points reduced


Due to their usually lower quality and the masses of doodle-like headshots.  If they weren't mini show entries, they would only count 0.5 CP mostly and that is unfair to those who put time and effort into normal events and do training pictures. We therefore decided to change the CP that is given for Mini Show Entries and make it depending to the type of entry. High Quality Entries (Quality like a usual show entry) for Mini Shows can be accepted (see exeptional entries)


Mini Shows count for
headshot drawing for mini show: 0,5 CP + 0,5 CP for placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
full body drawing (sketchy, no background, lineart) 1 CP + 0,5 CP for placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
exeptional entries (full body, full shading, background): 1,5 CP + 0,5 CP




2011 May: Following Changes:

We want to encourage people to do training exchanges with other stables (stable interaction yay!) So there's a new chance for horses receiving CP:
Training pictures drawn by other peolpe count 0,5 CP each.
The following pictures count as a "training picture":
- full body (= at least 1/2 of the horse is visible) colored pictures of the horse with rider in show jumping, dressage or cross country movements
- full body (= at least 1/2 of the horse is visible) colored pictures of the horse with trainer/handler shown in training situations (trailer training, lunging, groundwork...)
The following pictures don't count:
Head shots
Gift art and competition prizes
Linearts

Please be aware that we will watch closely if there are cases of "training commission abuse" - it's alright if you commission other people for a training picture, but if a horses' CP are mainly gained through training pics drawn by others, we'll put a stop to that.
Our intention is to encourage you to draw (and interact with other stables), not to "buy" a Finest Blood status by commissioning others for dA points.



2011 January: Following Changes:
- foal CP are limited and bound to competition success of the horse
- EX Racing Thoroughbreds need training and competition pictures to get a Finest Blood
- CP border was raised to 11 CP!!!
- Headshots count is cut to 0,5 CP


NOTE that it is NOT allowed to upload a Finest Blood Ref BEFORE your horse has the 11 CP. Not with 9, not with 10,5. THe border is 11 CP

PREMIUM and FINEST BLOOD


ALL warmblood horses and thoroughbreds (suitable for refining the breed) that match the three main requirements of the HEWA can be registered as "Premium"-horses.

The three main requirements for a "Premium" Warmblood

1. Has to be a pure warmblood! All ancestors of your horse have to be warmbloods.
No ponies, drafts, gaited horses etc. in your horses pedigree. Link to list of registered HEWA-Breeds: h-e-w-a.deviantart.com/blog/29…

2. NATURAL coat colours. Only coat colours have to be suitable for the REAL LIFE breed. Link to list of coat colors: h-e-w-a.deviantart.com/blog/29…

3. Age: 3! Your horse cannot be in the registry before it reaches an age of 3 years.

to sum it up again:
Your horse will be registered by the HEWA as a Premium Warmblood or a TB (for refining the breeds) if it meets the following criteria:
Age at least 3 years, natural coat colours within the standards of its REAL LIFE breed, a pure warmblood pedigree.



The creme de la Creme of these horses make it into the  "Finest Blood" registry.

The requirements for a "Finest Blood" Warmblood are:

1. All requirements for a "Premium Warmblood" fulfilled

2. A refurbished H-E-W-A reference sheet. (We will provide examples and a template for it) !!! You need to draw an NEW picture of your horse. It is NOT allowed to use an existing picture!!

3. At least 11 credit points

to sum it up again:
Your horse will be registered by the HEWA as a "Finest Blood" Warmblood or a TB (for refining the breeds) if it meets the following criteria:
Age at least 3 years; natural coat colours within the standards of its REAL LIFE breed; a pure warmblood pedigree.
+ a HEWA reference sheet; at least 9 credit points







The credit Point System</b>

We thought a lot about the whole thing and we believe we established a very good credit point system for the horses, that is not influenced by the artists ability or popularity, but still ensures a high level of quality.

The credit Point System

Your horse gets credit points for certain aspects. To make it to the "Finest Blood Registry" it has to reach at least 11 credit points.


I. Credit Points for Pedigree:
(thought to promote breeding, but not overbreeding)

your horse gets 1 cp for every complete generation in its pedigree.
Only HArpg horses count for pedigree points!
Your horse can get maximum of 3 cp for its pedigree (FB Bonus not included)
A starter gets 0 cp! (A horse with a created pedigree of real horses is considered a starter!)

Finest Blood Bonus: Every Finest Blood horse in the foals Pedigree adds 0,5 CP to the foals CP Account. Your horse can get maximum of 2 CP for the Finest Blood Bonus


II. Credit Points for offspring

For every WARMBLOOD foal your horse gets 0,5 cp.

For example if your horse has 4 warmblood foals, it will get 2 cp ( 4 x 0.5 cp).
Foals with drafts, ponies, gaited horses etc won't count for the credit point system.

If your horse is a Finest Blood Horse and the foal is out of/ sired by another Finest Blood Horse both parents will get 0,5 CP extra for this foal.
Finest Blood Sire X Finest Blood Dam ==> Both FB horses will get 0,5 CP for the foal + 0,5 CP Finest Blood Foal Bonus = 1 CP for a Finest X Finest Foal

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ATTENTION: We set up a maximum amount of CP that can be achieved through breeding.
You can get MAXIMUM of 3 CP for breeding foals (= 6 warmblood foals)
ATTENTON: Foal CP will only count for the sum score if your horse proved its quality in an event. THAT MEANS: your horse will only get the foal CP if it has entered and placed (1st,2nd,3rd) in at least one HArpg event (Dressage, Show Jumping or Eventing)!

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Example: horse Mary Sue has 3 Warmblood foals (theoretically 1,5 CP) AND placed 3rd in a show jumping event ==> MAry Sue gets 1,5 CP
horse Peter Paul has 6 Warmblood foals (theoretically 3 CP) but has not yet entered in a show jumping event ==> Peter Paul gets NO CP for his foals (if he enters in an event like 2 Months later, his foal CP will be added to his sum score!)


III. Credit Points for Events :new: MINI EVENTS

For a Mini Event (headshot) your horse will get 0,5CP + additional 0,5 if it places 1st, 2nd or 3rd
For a Mini Event (full body, no background, lineart, sketchy) your horse will get 1 CP + additional 0,5 CP if it places 1st, 2nd or 3rd
For a mini Event (usual event quality full body, colored, shaded, background) your horse will get 1,5 CP + 0,5 CP if it places 1st, 2nd or 3rd

For every HArpg Event your horse enters it will get 1,5 cp.
(only counts in combination with an event picture)

For every 1st, 2nd or 3rd place your horse wins in a HArpg Event it will get additional 0,5 cp.
(only counts in combination with an event picture)
:new: ATTENTION EX RACING THOROUGHBRED OWNERS
A TB can only be accepted as a Finest Blood if he is RETRAINED after his racing career (so you need ONE TRAINING PICTURE) AND he needs to compete in the disciple he is trained for (so you need a COMPETITION PICTURE) ==> YOU NEED BOTH!!! TRAINING AND NEW COMPETITION PICTURE


IV. Credit Points for Pictures

For every full body picture besides reference, breeding pictures and event entries your horse will get 1 cp.
:new: breeding pictures, reference picture 0 CP
:new: HEADSHOTS count for 0,5CP
:new: Training pictures drawn by others count 0,5 CP
The following pictures count as a "training picture":
- full body (= at least 1/2 of the horse is visible) colored pictures of the horse with rider in show jumping, dressage or cross country movements
- full body (= at least 1/2 of the horse is visible) colored pictures of the horse with trainer/handler shown in training situations (trailer training, lunging, groundwork...)
The following pictures don't count:
Head shots
Gift art and competition prizes
Linearts


V. Credit Points for HEWA events.

For winning HEWA events and performance tests your horse will get credit points.
We will announce the amount of points given for an event, once the events start.


VI. Selling Horses: Transferability of Credit Points.

If you are selling your horse, these CP will be FULLY transferred: Pedigree, Foal Points
The following CP will be cut half ( CP/2 ) : pictures, events






ONCE AGAIN: the credit point system with an example

Example

Horse: Eddie

Eddie's Pedigree
Sire: John . Dam: Sue ( Sue is Finest Blood)
= complete generation (parents) 1 cp

Sire's sire: Bob . Sire's Dam: Daisy  
Dam's sire: Tom (Tom is Finest Blood) . Dam's dam: Mary
= complete generation (grandparents) 1 cp

= PLUS 2 x 0,5 CP = 1 CP for Finest Blood horses in the pedigree!
== 3 cp


==>2 cp for Pedigree


Eddie's offspring
Linda (warmblood x warmblood) == warmblood foal 0,5 cp
Timothy (warmblood x pony breed) == 0 cp
Duncan (warmblood x thoroughbred) warmblood foal 0,5 cp
Lissy (Warmblood X gaited) == 0 cp
Tobey (Warmblood x draft) == 0 cp

==>1 cp for warmblood foals since he has placed in XYZ event ==> 1 CP count


Eddie's Show Events:
EDS event (12th place) == HArpg event picture 1,5 cp
DLS event (5th place) == HArpg event picture 1,5 cp
XYZ event (1st place) == HArpg event picture + placed == 2 cp
:new: SME Mini Show (1st place/ headshot) == 0,5 CP + placed == 1 CP
:new: SOE Mini Show (sketchy/unshaded, full body) == 1 CP + placed == 1,5 CP
:new: SAE Mini Show (full body, background, shaded) == 1,5 CP + placed == 2 CP

==>9,5 cp for event entries


Eddie's Pictures (besides event pictures, breeding pictures or reference):
grazing on the pasture == 1 cp
training in the riding hall == 1 cp

==>2 cp for additional pictures


== SUM SCORE
3cp + 1cp + 9,5cp + 2cp == 15,5 cp
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:iconkonakinz:
KonaKinz Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How much does a self drawn Training image count for?
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:iconememir:
Ememir Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What does this event fav.me/d68e9bj counts as?
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:iconwhenwolveshowl:
whenwolveshowl Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
i have dutch warmbloods a lot of them (HARPG) and would like to get them approved so that they can get somewhere
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life-d-sign Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
You should check out the KWPN Registry then :iconkwpn:
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:iconwhenwolveshowl:
whenwolveshowl Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
made my own
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:iconlife-d-sign:
life-d-sign Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013
Cool thing :D
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HaflingerLady Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
How I have to count a Thoroughbred x Thoroughbred foal, or do it don't count like a breeding with a pony?
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life-d-sign Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
A racing TB foal counts 0, a sport TB counts as a Warmblood
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HaflingerLady Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Ok thank you.
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SpringHillFarm Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have two questions.

1. Do inspections images count as separate show images, or do they count as other images? (i.e. an extra 1.5 cp or 1 cp)

2. If the previous owner did not count credit points and did not register the horse with H-E-W-A, do the credit points for their images get cut in half? Or are they counted as pictures by others? I'm very confused by that.
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