The Short-Test required the same performance as the 100-Day Test does but it did not request the presence and training of the stallion for the full time of 100 days at the testing site.
The training of the stallion for the Short Test was performed by its regular trainer and rider.
The stallion came to the testing site for a final training period of 30 days prior to the final testing.
Also during the final training period and the final testing the stallion was only ridden by its regular rider (except for the training director's evaluation and the expert rider's testings).
The requirements to pass the Short Test and get an ISR-OLDENBURG N.A. Lifetime Breeding License were the same as for the 100-Day-Test.