This is what you say when it does not go the way you dreamed it up. But sometimes it is even more than that. Sometimes the U=universe does you a favor, makes you take a step back, and forces you to decide if that happening is for better or for worse.
This year the USEA is following 23-year-old Savannah Fulton as she spends the season training and competing in Europe. Fulton was the recipient of the 2018 USEA Foundation Wilton Fair Grant and is using the funds to bring her CCI5*-L mount, Captain Jack, to Europe.
This week’s USEA Podcast episode is all about the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award. Founded in 2009 by the Professional Horseman’s Council and Charles Owen, the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award is presented to one junior and one adult amateur at the Training level who displays safe and effective cross-country riding technique.
The Captain Mendívil-Yucupicio Award was presented by the USEA Foundation for the first time at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention. This new award, generously donated by Pam Duffy of Temecula, California, honors an international rider competing in the United States who has demonstrated integrity and good sportsmanship. Australian rider Ryan Wood was the inaugural recipient.
The first of 10 Charles Owen Technical Merit competitions took place February 21-24 at the Pine Top Horse Trials in Thompson, Georgia. Over the course of the year, the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award will be presented at one event in each of the 10 USEA Areas, rewarding riders for their safe and effective cross-country riding.
Oh, California! This winter has been unlike any other I remember ever eventing, and the start to the 2019 season has been VERY WET. My usually perfect indoor is half full of wet footing and water, and I feel like everything I own is covered in mud.
The applications for the 2020 Worth the Trust Educational and Sports Psychology Scholarships are now available. The deadline for applications is October 5, 2019.
The Charles Owen Technical Merit (COTM) Award aims to reward juniors and adult amateurs that demonstrate safe and appropriate cross-country riding technique and educate riders and trainers as to what constitutes safe cross-country riding.
The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded the 2019 Amanda Pirie Warrington Grant to up-and-coming eventing rider Ryan Keefe of Sandy Spring, Maryland.
After sitting at the USEA Awards luncheon last month, seeing the many awards and grants being handed out, I was compelled to write about the Rebecca Broussard grants, the meaning of being selected and what it truly means as a recipient.