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Professional Horseman's Council

Mission Statement: The Professional Horseman's Council is composed of active members of the United States Eventing Association who are professionals in all aspects of the sport of Eventing. The purpose of the Council is to facilitate communications between the professionals and the Eventing community, including the governing body, officials, organizers and competitors and to assist in the further development, growth and safety of our sport.

Eligible Rider Representatives available here: http://useventing.com/resource/eligible-rider-representatives

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April 17, 2014
The USEA is excited to announce that The Event College at Rolex Kentucky, presented by the Professional Horseman’s Council, will be taking place at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event (Lexington, Ky.) next week.
February 25, 2014
EquiVentures founders and developers, Peter Gray and Jon Holling, officially announced Richard Trayford as Managing Director. Richard, originally from the United Kingdom, home of Eventing has put together a dynamic team to continue to grow the excellence of the competitions EquiVentures is known for.
April 18, 2013
As a competitor, horse owner, trainer, and aspiring U.S. team rider, the competitions that I compete in are so important. I have been competing on the West Coast since I was eight years old and have watched the eventing scene evolve to the international level. Copper Meadows in Ramona, California has been a venue that has run since 2000, bringing another event to the West Coast. However, the recent changes made to the venue for the spring horse trials are second to none! Knowing that they have stepped up their game, I found a new desire to compete at every Copper Meadows event.
April 6, 2013
The margin of error is slim in the Adequan USEA Gold Cup and PRO Tour Series CIC3* division at The Fork. Phillip Dutton and Bruce Duchossois’ 8-year-old Irish Sport Horse Mighty Nice, the leaders after dressage, plummeted to 19th place after dropping just two rails in show jumping. Chris Barnard's tough show jumping track significantly shuffled the standings, but with a polished double-clear, Lynn Symansky and her own 10-year-old Thoroughbred Donner moved into the lead.
November 2, 2012
Chris Stafford has interviewed USEA Board of Governor member, and CCI4* eventer Jonathan Holling about his long term as Chairman of the USEA Professional Horseman's Council and reviews what he feels has been achieved during his tenure and what the PHC will be focused on in the future.
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