recommend affiliation with FEIT for registries, clubs and
organizations, who wish to offer their members the option to
participate in inspections. Affiliation with FEIT provides value
for the affiliate organization, and their members as well. However,
affiliation is optional and horses may still participate in the Open
division, even if their horse’s registry or group is not an
The fee for a
registry to be an affiliate of FEIT is determined on a sliding
scale, based on the number of horses registered within the affiliate
For example: a
small registry with 100 registered horses would pay $50 for the
year. A larger registry of 1200 horses would pay $600 for the year.
organizations may affiliate with approval from FEIT, but please
contact FEIT to determine eligibility and fees.
receive the following:
1. The name of
your group and your logo will be placed on the FEIT website with a
link to your organization’s website.
registered with an affiliate group are separated out from the “Open”
division horses and receive specific mention of their affiliated
organization during the awards presentation.
3. FEIT will
provide each affiliated organization with a complete list and
ranking of scores, from their participating horses, at the end of
the calendar year.
results from all inspected horses are published on the FEIT
website. Horses from affiliated groups will be given specific
mention as belonging to their affiliate organization. Horses
participating as ‘Open”, who are not with an affiliate group, will
not have their registry name listed.
5. All inspected horses
receive a “certificate of inspection.” The name of the affiliated
organization will appear on the certificate.
6. Horses who are
registered with an affiliate registry will receive the discounted
a price, per horse, on the inspection sign-up fee.
benefits of being an affiliate registry:
You help to
support the “cause” – so that we can all strive for quality horses
within our registries.
It provides a
service to your members and encourages new registrations within your
registry so that people can be included in the year-end standings.
There is no
need for you to worry about general awards: You may choose to
provide your own year-end awards to horses within your registry, but
we will provide the rest! Each horse that is inspected gets a
certificate of inspection and, if you are an affiliated registry,
name logo will appear on each certificate. Additionally,
we will provide, to each horse who scores 6.0 and above, a premium
ribbon of 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
Furthermore, we provide a ribbon of “High Merit” to each horse that
scores 7.7 and above (in addition to their premium ribbon).
There is no need for you to have to hassle with setting up your own
inspections; no hiring of judges, no having to book flights and
hotels. No need to arrange for the facility or pay the
insurance for the facility.
need to maintain inspection information on your website. No need to
write/print a breed standard or entry forms, nor will you have the
hassle of receiving and processing them. No need to keep track of
tons of paperwork – we do it all for you!
Affiliated registries and organizations must place the FEIT
logo and link on their website, either on a main page or other
obvious page or under a specific link titled "Inspections". Due to
frequent Location & Site Information changes
and to possible rule changes FEIT will be the official website.
FEIT is under no obligation to inform affiliates or
individuals of updates or changes. It is the responsibility of the
organization and individual participants to visit the FEIT website
to view these changes.
Horses registered with Non-Affiliate
registered with an affiliate registry may participate in the Open
division, but specific mention of registry names will not be made
for those horses. Scores will be given directly to the owners of
the horses and will not be provided by FEIT to their non-affiliate
registries. Year end results will be published as “Open” and only
the type or breeding of the horse will be listed and all Open horses
will be listed under one group – not the horse’s registry name.
Price for Open horses $165