<p>I<strong>SV and IPV rankings show the true best of the sport!</strong></p> <p>According to the ISV-system horses can earn points with every round in international sport.</p> <p><strong>Jumping:</strong></p> <p>Clear round in 1.30 m = 20 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.35 m = 30 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.40 m = 50 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.45 m = 80 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.50 m = 160 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.55 m = 180 points</p> <p>Clear round in 1.60 m = 200 points</p> <p>4 faults in 1.30 and 1.35 yields no points. In the higher classes horses still earn some points if they have one down (1.40 &ndash; 1.45) or two down (1.50 &ndash; 1.55 and 1.60).</p> <p>There is a special point group system for each type of class (Nations Cup, Tabel C, Two Phases etc.)</p> <p>There is a bonus system, descending from the top, for the top 50% ranked horses of each class. More participants per class yield more bonus points.</p> <p>There is a bonus system for international championships.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Dressage:</strong></p> <p>Grand Prix-scores: 100% equals 1.000 points.</p> <p>Grand Prix U-25-scores: 100% equals 800 points</p> <p>Inter II/A/B-scores: 100% equals 600 points</p> <p>PSG/Inter I-scores: 100% equals 400 points.</p> <p>There is a bonus system for the international championships. Also for the CDI1* to CDI5* - system (points going up) and for World Cup competitions in Western-Europe, Eastern Europe, North America and Oceania/Asia (points going down).</p> <p>Freestyle scores are being corrected with 3%.</p> <p><strong>IPV</strong></p> <p>The IPV is the total amount of ISV points won by the offspring of a stallion or the horses registered by a studbook, divided by the number of offspring/horses. It represents the average performance. This systems corrects for sires and studbooks with large numbers of offspring/horses.</p> <p><strong>Concepts</strong><br /> ISV &ndash; International Sport Value &ndash; world ranking of international sport horses in jumping and dressage, based on all the individual performances of all horses in FEI competitions.<br /> IPV &ndash; International Progeny Value &ndash; world index for stallions, mares, and studbooks in jumping and dressage, based on all ISV&rsquo;s.<br /> PG &ndash; Point Group system &ndash; the point system that allows the ISV ranking and IPV index to be calculated.</p> <p>LOGIN<br /> TOP-members of HorseTelex have access to the ISV/IPV rankings. You need to login to access the Rankings. If you do not yet have a login, please sign up via REGISTER. After login, choose: <strong>ISV/IPV</strong>.</p> <p><strong>ISV RANKING</strong><br /> The sport horse world rankings for jumping and dressage.<br /> <strong>Jumping: ISV -&nbsp;</strong>the index (average points) which the horse has earned with a minimum of 25 starts.<br /> <strong>Dressage: ISV</strong> -&nbsp;the index (average points) which the horse has earned with a minimum of 8 starts.</p> <p><strong>IPV INDEX</strong><br /> The world rankings for stallions (fathers), mares (mothers), and stud books.</p> <p><strong>Jumping<br /> Stallions: </strong>The IPV index &lsquo;STALLIONS&rsquo; is calculated by adding up all of the points of the offspring and grandchildren (dam sire) of a stallion. The points of the grandchildren count for 50%. The IPV is the total of all ISV-points earned by the offsprfing, divided by the number of offspring.</p> <p><br /> We distinguish (for the jumping category) between five classes for the IPV STALLIONS:<br /> Class A: &nbsp; age of offspring: unlimited.&nbsp;Minimum of 100 offspring<br /> Class B: &nbsp; maximum offspring age:&nbsp;15 years. Minimum of 80 offspring.<br /> Class C:&nbsp;&nbsp; maximum offspring age: 13 years. Minimum of 60 offspring.<br /> Class D:&nbsp;&nbsp; maximum offspring age: 11 years. Minimum of 40 offspring.<br /> Class E: &nbsp; maximum offspring age: &nbsp;9 years. &nbsp;Minimum of 20 offspring.</p> <p><strong>Mares (dams):</strong> these rankings will be available soon.</p> <p><strong>Studbooks</strong>: the IPV index for studbooks is determined by adding the points obtained by all horses from a studbook, and dividing them by the number of horses.<br /> The IPV ranking is categorized by obstacle height:<br /> 1.60m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 50 horses<br /> 1.55m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 50 horses<br /> 1.50m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 50 horses<br /> 1.45m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 100 horses<br /> 1.40m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 100 horses<br /> 1.35m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 300 horses<br /> 1.30m- offspring of all ages, minimum of 300 horses<br /> Additionally we present a group ranking with the following classification:<br /> Group 1: 1.60m-1.55m-1.50m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 100 horses<br /> Group 2: 1.45m-1.40m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 200 horses<br /> Group 3: 1.35m-1.30m - offspring of all ages, minimum of 500 horses</p> <p><strong>Dressage<br /> Stallions</strong>: the IPV index &lsquo;STALLIONS&rsquo; is calculated by adding up all of the points of the offspring and grandchildren (dam sire) of a stallion. The points of the grandchildren count for 50%. The IPV is the index which the stallion has achieved in a certain period of time.<br /> We distinguish (for the dressage category) between two classes for the IPV STALLIONS:<br /> Class A: age of offspring: unlimited.&nbsp;Minimum of 15 offspring.<br /> Class B: maximum offspring age: 12 years. Minimum of 10 offspring.</p> <p><strong>Mares (dams):</strong> these rankings will be available soon.</p> <p><strong>Studbooks</strong>: the IPV index for studbooks is determined by adding the points obtained by all horses from a studbook, and dividing them by the number of horses.<br /> The IPV ranking is categorized in classes:<br /> Grand Prix dr. - offspring of all ages, minimum of 40 horses.<br /> PSG/Inter I dr. - offspring of all ages, minimum of 40 horses.<br /> Additionally we present a ranking &lsquo;ALL CLASSES&rsquo;, in which the classes Grand Prix, Grand Prix U25, InterII/A/B, PSG/Inter I are added up together.<br /> ALL CLASSES: offspring of all ages, minimum of 75 horses.</p> <p><strong>DYNAMIC ISV</strong><br /> The world ranking over the past 12 months which changes practically every day.</p> <p><strong>DYNAMIC IPV</strong><br /> The indeces over the past 12 months for stallions, mares and stud books, which change practically every day.</p> <p><strong>MY ISV/MY IPV</strong><br /> Create your own ranking or index according to your own criteria. You can choose from:</p> <p><strong>ISV ranking</strong><br /> Jumping &ndash; Dressage<br /> Horse, rider&nbsp;or combination<br /> ISV &ndash; average points<br /> ISV &ndash; total points<br /> ISV &ndash; average prize money<br /> ISV &ndash; total prize money<br /> Minimum number of starts per horse<br /> Period: date from &hellip; to &hellip;</p> <p><strong>IPV ranking</strong><br /> IPV &ndash; average points<br /> IPV &ndash; total points<br /> IPV &ndash; average prize money<br /> IPV &ndash; total prize money<br /> Minimum number of offspring<br /> Period: date from &hellip; to &hellip;<br /> Sport Class Jumping / Sport Class Dressage</p> <hr /> <p><strong>More information</strong></p> <p><strong>ISV and IPV tell the truth about sport horses and sires</strong><br /> Starting January 1st 2015 HorseTelex keeps track of all results of all FEI-events (show jumping, dressage, eventing) throughout the world. All classes, from number one until number last. This produces a wealth of information, HorseTelex users can benefit from this in terms of breeding.<br /> Earnings in terms of prize money don&rsquo;t completely match the genetic value of horses and their (grand) parents. Genetically, a horse will not become more valuable if its rider focuses on the Rolex Grand Slam and the Global Champions Tour. That is why HorseTelex de</p> <p>For quite some time the FEI has had a point system in place which is used for the calculation of world rankings. The World Breeding Federation for Sporthorses also produces world rankings on the basis of the FEI point system. But the FEI too takes prize money as main criteria. And the FEI system only regards the higher classes (in show jumping from 1.45 m upwards). The FEI always rewards the best 16 combinations of a class, regardless whether 20 combinations competed or 60.</p> <p>In order to really learn lessons from the results of the international equestrian sports, HorseTelex developed a revolutionary rating which truly produces the information that breeders ate waiting for. We have done that in cooperation with top riders and &ndash;trainers, but also prominent sport horse studbooks were involved in the development of the new rating system.</p> <p>The unique way in which HorseTelex awards points to ALL performances in the international sport (starting at 1.30 m in show jumping, Light Tour in dressage, eventing will follow later) amounts into a wealth of information. THE complete picture. We call our brand new rankings ISV (International Sport Value). And we can derive unique genetic information from all results in FEI-sports! The points that horses earn establish a revelatory IPV (International Progeny Value), which transcends the limits of countries and studbooks. We calculate the International Progeny Value for the (grand) parents of all horses active in FEI sports throughout the world.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>