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November 13, 2017

The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC. and the USEA.

When training a young event horse, you should put a lot of emphasis on building strength and muscle so your horse can properly do their job. Using your time wisely and efficiently while on your horse is important and it helps you as the rider have a plan and a goal to stick to during your ride. Jenny Caras walks us through an exercise she loves to incorporate into her daily routine that she has success with on her horses that have just been broke all the way up to her Advanced-level mounts.

November 10, 2017

Marta Petrenko introduces us to Lady Elegance, the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) West Coast Grand Champion. Then we hear from Ronald Zabala-Goetschel, owner and handler of Wise Master Rubelk, the USEA FEH East Coast Grand Champion. Get to know these two FEH Champions and what’s in store for their very bright futures.

To close out this week’s program, Senior Director of Membership Services Jennifer Hardwick comes on the show to give us more details about what attendees can expect at this year’s USEA Annual Meeting and Convention at the Westin Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, California, December 6-10, 2017.

November 6, 2017

The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC. and the USEA.

October 17, 2017

Two-time USEA Lady Rider of the Year, Olympic and Pan-Am Games rider, Lauren Kieffer is taking the USEA along on “bringing up babies” as she shares a year in the life of four of her 6-year-olds in their journey to become top level event horses. Catch up on Part 1, 2, and 3

October 13, 2017

For the ninth year the USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) East Coast Championships were held at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International Horse Trials in Elkton, Md. This year saw 55 of the best 4- and 5-year-olds in the country compete for a chance to be named the champion among their peers. For the second day of competition, horses and riders competed in a jumping test designed by Trish Gilbert in front of judges Judy Bradwell and Mark Weissbecker. The course began with six show jumps followed by a series of cross-country obstacles including jumping in and out of water and ended with a demonstration of the horse’s gallop.

October 12, 2017

With 55 horses contesting the USEA Young Event Horse East Coast Championships at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International Horse Trials it was a full day of dressage in Elkton, Md. The 4-year-olds kicked off the morning of dressage in front of judges Judy Bradwell and Mark Weissbecker with Faith Fessenden evaluating each horse’s conformation following their turn in the arena. Kristen Bond’s Bea Ready, her own Dutch Warmblood mare (Cicero Z Van Paemel x Tizora) topped the 4-year-old class with an 86.40% in dressage and a 74.70% in conformation for a total of 41.45%. Jumping counts for 50% of the score so anything can happen tomorrow.

October 10, 2017

The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC. and the USEA.

October 5, 2017

Five 4-year-olds and eight 5-year-olds competed in the 2017 USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) West Coast Championship at Woodside International in Woodside, Calif. today. In YEH classes, the competition is based on three scores: conformation (15%), dressage (35%) and jumping (50%).

October 4, 2017

The 2017 Woodside International Horse Trials kicks off tomorrow in Woodside, California, with the USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) West Coast Championships. The rest of the weekend will see competitors at the Beginner Novice through Advanced levels and in the CIC*, CIC2*, CIC3* divisions. Both the CIC3* and Advanced divisions at Woodside serve as qualifying division for the 2018 Adequan USEA Gold Cup Series, which will culminate with the Adequan USEA Gold Cup Final at the 2018 American Eventing Championships at the Colorado Horse Park in Parker, Colorado.

October 3, 2017

The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC. and the USEA.

Whenever you introduce something new to a young horse it can always be a bit stressful. Riding out in a field for the first time is always an important milestone for any young horse, but especially for a young event horse. Not only will riding out help their cross-country education, but it will help them with their balance and confidence, which is important for all three phases.

September 24, 2017

The 2017 USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) East Coast Championships came to a close today after an exciting second day of competition at Loch Moy Farm in Adamstown, Maryland. Today saw the championship competition for 3-year-olds and 4-year-olds, and Robin Walker and Chris Ryan again presided as judges for the FEH divisions.

September 23, 2017

Today was the first of two days of competition in the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) East Coast Championships at Loch Moy Farm in Adamstown, Maryland, featuring the championship divisions for yearlings and 2-year-olds. Both the East and West Coast Championships are judged by FEH/YEH Committee Advisor, upper-level Eventer and Grand Prix show jump rider, and ICP faculty member Robin Walker, and the world-renowned Irish horseman, Chris Ryan.

The FEH yearlings and 2-year-olds are presented in hand, where they are first judged on their conformation before displaying their gaits at the walk on a 15-meter triangle and the trot on a 30-meter triangle. Horses are judged on four categories; Type, Conformation, Movement, and General Impression.

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