Fun in the Sun with the Florida State Eventing Team

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Established in the spring of 2015, the FSU Eventing Team began with one rider and one coach. Since then we have been working hard to grow our team. This past year many of our members graduated, but we are very excited for fall 2018 because we have a string of talented riders coming our way. Our current and future members come from a wide range of riding backgrounds and levels.

Lynn Symansky Takes Over at the MARS Incorporated Bromont CCI Three-Day Event

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The Bromont International CCI3* leaderboard was shuffled following cross-county as Lynn Symansky moved into the lead on Under Suspection by adding just 2.4 and finished the day with a score of 34.60. Riding Mary Ann Ghadban's 14-year-old Holsteiner mare (Contender x Naomagic 1), Symansky had the second fastest round of the day with no one making the time. 

Tight at the Top of the Bramham CCI3*; Hallie Coon is Best of the U.S.

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In the British Horse Feeds u25 CCI3* at Bramham Horse Trials, Emily King retained her advantage with Jane Del Missier’s Dargun with a speedy and impressive round which was well judged to finish five seconds inside the time, adding nothing to her dressage score of 25.5.  It wasn’t to be for American visitor Caroline Martin as she picked up 20 penalites with her first ride, Danger Mouse, at the Womble Bond Dickinson Pond which relegate

The Secret to Success at Maryland Horse Trials: Carolyn Mackintosh

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“Up with the sun and never done,” is Carolyn Mackintosh’s personal motto. Mackintosh is one of the founders of the United States Eventing Association’s (USEA) Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP), a pioneer for the Eventing Volunteers app, owner of Loch Moy Farm, and organizer for every show at her farm including the Maryland Horse Trials (MDHT), combined tests, dressage and schooling shows, and the Twilight Eventing series.

Switzerland’s Felix Vogg Leads the CCI3* at the MARS Incorporated Bromont CCI Three-Day Event

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Day two of dressage at the 2018 MARS Incorporated Bromont CCI Three-Day Event saw Switzerland’s Felix Vogg moved in to the lead with a score of 30.20 riding the German-bred gelding, Colero. This is the first CCI3* for Colero, a 10-year-old (Captain Fire x Bonita) owned by Jurgen Vogg. Vogg rides with both U.S.

Great Showing From U.S. Riders Following Dressage at the Bramham CCI3* U25

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Two familiar names from day one still feature in the Equi-Trek Bramham Horse Trials CCI3* U25 in West Yorkshire, England. However, there’s a new name at the top in the shape of Emily King riding Jane Del Missier’s Dargun who squeaked in ahead of yesterday’s leader Caroline Martin of the USA by just 0.5 of a penalty with 25.5.

Great Meadow Supports USEA Online Auction To Benefit Eventing Safety and Education

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The organizers of the Great Meadow International have generously offered to support the upcoming USEA Online Auction by donating two VIP tickets and two nights at the Red Fox Inn and Tavern in Middleburg, Virginia for the weekend of July 6-8. For the third year in a row,  Great Meadow will be the only U.S. competition to be included in the FEI’s Nations Cup™ Eventing Series and is one not to be missed.

William Coleman Leads The Day at the MARS Incorporated Bromont CCI Three-Day Event

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Charlottesville, Virginia resident, William Coleman III rode to the top of the leaderboard in the MARS Incorporated Bromont CCI2* this afternoon on the 8-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding TKS Cooley, owned by the TKS Syndicate, to a penalty score of 31.70. “He’s got miles to go,” said Coleman and “I am really excited because I think it’s a great horse.”

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