Fernhill Fearless (2000-2017)

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The sport of eventing has lost a horse who was a staple at upper level events. Kim Severson’s 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) mount, Fernhill Fearless, was euthanized on Sunday, May 28th.  The 17-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding ‘Sparky’ (by Mark Twain) had many great results with Severson in the tack – the highlight being their 23rd place finish at the WEG.

PODCAST: The Inside Scoop on the USEF Eventing Show Jumping Course Advisor Program

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We catch up with Richard Jeffery who is the USEF Eventing Show Jumping Course Advisor about the new program for reviewing the show jumping courses at every FEI competition in the U.S. Course Designers will be asked to submit their courses as posted to Jeffery with all technical details (distance, time allowed, etc.) within five days of the competition.

Farmers Fight! Texas A&M Wins Coveted Spirit Award at 2017 USEA Intercollegiate Championship

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Lexington, VA — From the start of the 2017 United States Eventing Association (USEA) Intercollegiate Eventing Championship at the Virginia Horse Trials (VHT), the Texas A&M Eventing Team brought 110% to the experience. While the Texas A&M Maroon team ultimately earned fifth place overall out of 21 total teams, the group of eight ‘Aggies’ were awarded the coveted Spirit Award, presented by VHT. 

Hogan and Braitling Crowned Woodside Preliminary Challenge Champions

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It was a thrilling final day of competition for the 2017 Preliminary Challenge, presented this year by CWD, Devoucoux, Equine Insurance of California, CANTER, CARMA, and Professional’s Choice. It began with cross country and concluded with a show jumping finale in front of a sold out crowd as both divisions battled it out for their piece of the $15,000 purse. Ultimately it was Mallory Hogan and Rebecca Braitling who came out on top.

LaBraque and Kellerhouse Top Preliminary Challenge Divisions After Dressage

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The Spring Event at Woodside was buzzing with activity today as competitors took to the dressage arenas to earn their first scores of the weekend, including the forty-seven entrants in the Preliminary Challenge, which is presented this year by CWD, Devoucoux, Equine Insurance of California, CANTER, CARMA, and Professional’s Choice.

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