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April 10, 2017

Eventing is a demanding sport both mentally and physically. The three different phases require intelligence, training and competing skills, and bravery.  At any competition level, an eventer can experience problems such as loss of confidence, fear of injury, inability to focus or to perform efficiently under pressure. Often, an individual is unaware of self-talk or habits that are counterproductive. Discussion with a qualified sports counselor can help that eventer develop the insight and desire to identify and implement more productive attitudes and behaviors.  This process can illuminate and enhance the eventer both as a person and as a rider.  The Worth the Trust Sports Psychology Scholarships have been created to provide event riders with this opportunity.

February 8, 2017

The Charles Owen Technical Merit Award, which aims to recognize safe and effective cross-country riding at the Training level, will kick off the 2017 season in February at the Pine Top Advanced H.T. Junior and adult amateur Training level riders entered will be vying for a chance to receive a Charles Owen Body Protector and helmet bag. Year-end high-point winners will receive a Charles Owen helmet.

January 27, 2017

As the season is picking up in our southern states, many competitors are getting ready to leave the startbox. If you are heading off to your first competition of the year, you have surely remembered to renew your USEA membership and sent in all the necessary paperwork, but have you checked that you are entered in an appropriate division? 

A rider division is open to competitors who have not completed an event above the next highest level in the last five years. For example, if Suzy successfully completed a Preliminary event in 2014, she cannot enter the Novice Rider division this weekend.

January 27, 2017

Wet winter weather, hot summer sweating, bugs, and more - horse owners always seem to be fighting the elements against skin problems for their beloved equine. Rachael Levine, DVM of Henderson Veterinary Associates outlines an overview of common equine skin ailments and what causes them. 

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