2023 Year End Award Winners!

Prix St. Georges Winner:  Kim Pate and Florante YF, 62.353 percentile

No Reserve Winner

Fourth Level Winner: Jennifer Manus Davis and Siobhan of F.N.F, 63.489 percentile

No Reserve Winner

Third Level Winner:  Alice Burley, S. Classic Conversion Cav-I, 63.417 percentile

No Reserve Winner: 

Second Level Winner: Leah Marks and Cassiel, 65.967 percentile

Reserve Winner: Carolyn Rice and The Fern Hill Fox, 65.158 percentile

First Level Winner: Natasha Moffitt and Rock It for Me G, 69.433 percentile

Reserve Winner: Malin Ericksson and Lormina, 67.778 percentile

Training Level Winner: Jennifer Manus Davis and Bernoulli, 69.867 percentile

Reserve Winner: Abigail Gallagher and Ziggy Stardust, 69.600 percentile

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2019 GHF Year-End Winners

​​        GHF Medal awarded for scores 75% and higher

79.412% Nora Batchelder and Faro SQF, Intermediaire I Open

77.931% Charlotte Osborne and Korano, Training Level Test 3 Open

75.000% Lily Barlow and Karlie HF, Training Level Test 3 AA

​       Other leaders include Anne Pagel and Evora, Ashley Marascalco and Independent, Caitlin Fernambucq and Wilka, Marjolein Geven and Gucci, Christi Meyers and Zenith, Teresa Fickling and Dolcetto O, and Cardette Burdette and Sir Frederico. Click on top line for complete results. (Results compiled by Mary Lou Freil)


        2018 GHF Year-End High-Score Winners

            GHF Medal Award for scores 75% or above
75.652%Lewis Jeff Beau Riley, Training Level Test 1 Adult Amateur
75.455% Twiggs Jessica Hakira, Training Level Test 3 Adult Amateur 
75.000% Braun Nina Abraxas, Training Level Test 1 Jr./YR


 Over the years, the GHF awards program has been getting bigger, better and definitely more complicated, and the driver behind all this hard work is Mary Lou Freil, who not only is the organizer of our popular Awards Ceremony during our shows, but at the end of the year she uses her extensive data management skills to find out who is on top from our show results throughout the year. Very few people could do all that and we are very lucky to have her!

               The Best!

Col. Mark Fornwalt, US Army retired, better known as GHF's USEF Emergency Coordinator and chief ring steward for both GHF and GDCTA, has won USDF Region 3's 2022 Volunteer of the Year Award, sponsored by both GHF and The Georgia Dressage and Combined Training Association. Mark received the trophy at the 2022 USDF Convention in Lexington, KY, Dec. 3.

     To be eligible for these awards, riders do not have to be GHF members  nor do they have  to submit their scores. Scores from the two 2024 Good Horseman USEF/USDF-recognized shows (April and July) will be used.
          It is the competitors’ responsibility to check their scores that are published when the year-end results are posted on the GHF website’s Awards page following the last GHF show of the year and to report any possible errors to the GHF manager at 404-289-9328.
     A special framed certificate will be mailed to the top horse/rider combination achieving the  highest percentile (averaged percentage) in  the following levels:  Training through Fourth Level, Prix St. Georges, Intermediaire I, II, A and B, Grand  Prix and Freestyle (any level). The four FEI Intermediaire tests will count as one level. Scores used will be from the Open, Adult Amateur and Jr./YR divisions only. Special ribbons will be mailed to the second and third high-score winners.
     To compete for this award, riders must perform in both 2024 GHF Shows (April and July) and achieve at least three scores of 60% and above from the same level to be averaged (no scores will be dropped).  Results below 60%  will not  be awarded.      
     Also awarded will be The Good Horseman Medal which will be given to riders achieving scores of 75% or better at Training through the FEI levels (Adult Amateur, Jr./Young Rider and Open divisions), excluding Freestyle, Introductory, the FEI Young Horse and Rider tests which are scored differently and cannot be compared.
        Riders achieving scores of 80.000% and above will receive the GHF “Gold Medal”.

Award Results for years 2007 through 2016 and beyond have been archived due to file size constraints and website performance. Please contact us if you need this information. 


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