The Lifetime Breeding License can also be achieved by:
five placings first, second or third place at three different
USEF recognised dressage shows in competitions Prix St. George
or higher with minimum scores of 60% , under at least three
or five placings in jumping classes in the top three or three
first places in jumping classes over jumps of at least 1,40m
(4'7") in height (formerly USEF level 8) at at least three different
shows sanctioned by the relevant National Federation (e.g. USEF)
or qualification for the National Young Event Horse Championship
as a four, five or six year old
or qualification for the National Young Horse Dressage Championship
Finals as a four, five or six year old
or qualification for the National Young Jumper Championships
Hunter stallions may receive a Lifetime
Breeding License on a case by case basis if they have superior
show records (e.g. won "regular" or "2nd year"
National Year End Awards or Championships).
Thoroughbred stallions may receive a Lifetime License
based on superior race records.