So you don't get invited back because you reward the "wrong" horses or type of performance.
And that happens because a quorum of BNTs says to Show Management, that you are doing it wrong?
I thought that the point of the licensing system was to insure that you were doing it Officially Right such that those who didn't pin under you didn't have a whole lot of power.
I do like the idea of the USEF giving show managers a choice of 3 judges on a rotating basis and allowing them to choose. That injects some impartiality into a sport where judges really are embroiled in conflicts of interest that naturally come with the territory of people who become expert judges precisely because they are experienced horse trainers and (as often as not), horse traders.