Halter is a type of horse show class where horses are shown "in hand," meaning that they are led, not ridden, and are judged on their conformation and suitability as breeding stock. Depending on breed and geographic region, such events may be called "Halter," "In-Hand," "Breeding," "Model," or "Conformation" classes.

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  • Une épreuve Halter est un concours de présentation de chevaux tenus en main, où le cheval n'est pas monté. Elles peuvent concerner de nombreuses races de chevaux. Surtout présentes dans les États-Unis, les épreuves Halter peuvent porter d'autres noms comme « épreuve In-Hand », Breeding ou Conformation. Généralement, le score final des compétiteurs aux épreuves Halter est calculé à 60 % sur la prestation en elle-même, et à 40 % sur le toilettage et la préparation du cheval. Presque toutes les races de chevaux peuvent participer à des épreuves Halter. Les épreuves Halter sont généralement regroupées par race, sexe ou âge. Les règles, les normes de la race, les modèles et les styles de toilettage, l'utilisation de produits de beauté et la popularité de la discipline varient considérablement. Cependant, toutes les épreuves exigent que les chevaux soient méticuleusement entretenus avant d'entrer sur le ring, soient formés correctement dans le style dicté par leur race ou la discipline, et marchent et trottent sur commande. (fr)
  • Halter is a type of horse show class where horses are shown "in hand," meaning that they are led, not ridden, and are judged on their conformation and suitability as breeding stock. Depending on breed and geographic region, such events may be called "Halter," "In-Hand," "Breeding," "Model," or "Conformation" classes. An event that judges young people on their ability to groom and present a halter horse is called Halter Showmanship, Showmanship, or Showmanship In-Hand. In most breeds, the exhibitor is given a score that breaks down to be roughly 60% on showmanship or skill, 40% on grooming and preparation, though precise standards vary by breed and discipline. Almost every horse breed has halter classes of some type. Halter classes are usually grouped by breed, sex, or age. Rules, breed standards, clipping patterns, grooming styles, use of grooming products and popularity of the halter discipline varies widely. However, all classes require that horses be meticulously groomed before entering the ring, be trained to stand correctly in the style dictated by their breed or discipline, and to walk and trot on command in a designated pattern or line. The breed of horse in the ring can sometimes be determined by grooming style and presentation alone. (en)
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  • Halter is a type of horse show class where horses are shown "in hand," meaning that they are led, not ridden, and are judged on their conformation and suitability as breeding stock. Depending on breed and geographic region, such events may be called "Halter," "In-Hand," "Breeding," "Model," or "Conformation" classes. (en)
  • Une épreuve Halter est un concours de présentation de chevaux tenus en main, où le cheval n'est pas monté. Elles peuvent concerner de nombreuses races de chevaux. Surtout présentes dans les États-Unis, les épreuves Halter peuvent porter d'autres noms comme « épreuve In-Hand », Breeding ou Conformation. (fr)
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  • Halter (horse show) (en)
  • Épreuve Halter (fr)
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