The USEA Future Event Horse Series (FEH) was introduced in 2007 as a precursor to the already popular USEA Young Event Horse Series. The FEH program evaluates the potential of yearlings, two-year-olds, and three-year-olds to become successful upper level event horses. Since the “test year” in 2007 was so successful, with more than fifty young horses competing at the year-end Championships, 2008 would see the FEH’s first season as a bona fide USEA program.
Each age group is judged separately, and genders within the age group are judged separately when the number of entries allows. In order to compete in FEH classes, horses must be registered with the USEA, but a special rate of $25 is available for owners who may not want to register the horse fully yet.
2015 FEH Championships
Horses must earn a minimum qualifying score of 68% to be eligible to compete in the FEH Championships.
Dates and locations for the Championships will be announced later in the year.
For more information on how your horse should be presented and will be evaluated, go here.
The Future Event Horse Series is educational and judges are encouraged to offer guidance to owners/breeders when appropriate. For more information on the Series, please contact Rob Burk.
View USEA Future Event Horse Series Map.
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