This is my 10 year old Dutch Warmblood / Thoroughbred. His registered name is Keystone Express. We're now jumping 3 feet, but I don't have any recent pictures. The first pic is of his first jump, the second is him in the field, and the third is us playing dress up!
No worries, I understand, as it is a common misconception, but trust me, I have been through the guidelines over and over again to make sure she is registerable, and she is. When I was planning to breed her I put a lot of research into the matter. And yes, the registry standards can be low here, but I think in sporthorses like warmbloods, it should be more the movement than the breeding to be considered
I totally agree, and there are plenty of draft crosses that are brilliant athletes. It's not a bad thing that draft crosses can be registered as Warmbloods in North America - it just means that the word "warmblood" means something totally different than in other countries.