Texas Rose Horse Park, the location of the 2013 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships presented by VTO Saddlery sound of jumps being built as Texas Rose Horse Park course builder Buddy Mimms assisted by Dan Starck have been working to complete the Advanced jump construction as well as build many new fences for every level. Course designers, Mark Phillips and Carsten Meyer, have had Buddy create many fabulous fences to be used on the courses and they will debut at the March 30-31 event at Texas Rose which is running every level from Beginner Novice to Advanced.
Now in its tenth year, the popular Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships offers qualified USEA members of all ages and levels the chance to compete in the only national championships of its kind in the United States. Each September, hundreds of juniors, adult amateurs, and professionals travel from all across the nation to participate in this prestigious competition, vying for the chance to win a piece of the prize money and fabulous prizes and the chance to be named the best in the nation at their respective levels.
The competition season may just be getting started but it is never too early to think about qualifying! Be sure and read the qualification criteria on the AEC page and see if you and your horse are already qualified.