The Las Cruces Horse Trials in Las Cruces, New Mexico (Area X) are held once yearly in October and offer Starter through Preliminary level. The Las Cruces Horse Trials are the only USEA recognized event in the state of New Mexico.
The Longleaf Pine Horse Trials are held every April at the Carolina Horse Park in Raeford, North Carolina (Area II) and offer Beginner Novice through Preliminary level horse trials as well as Beginner Novice through Advanced combined tests.
The following individuals received their USEF Eventing Officials License or were promoted by the USEF Licensed Officials Committee (LOC) at their meeting in April, 2018. The USEA is delighted to see new officials joining the eventing community and we encourage organizers to reach out to these officials for their future events.
Groton House Farm in Hamilton, Massachusetts (Area I) hosts their annual event in late June each year and offers Novice through Intermediate/Preliminary levels. They also offer several unrecognized events throughout the year.
The Genesee Valley Hunt Horse Trials is held annually in Genesee, New York (Area I) in mid-June and offers Introductory through Preliminary levels. The Genesee Valley Hunt Horse Trials is one of the longest running events in the United States.
The Genesee Valley Riding and Driving Club Horse Trials in Geneseo, New York (Area I) hosts two events each year in early June and late August. The June horse trials is a one-day event that offers Introductory through Training/Novice levels, and the August horse trials is held over two days and offers Beginner Novice through Preliminary levels, including the new Modified level, as well as Young Event Horse, Future Event Horse, and New Event Horse divisions.
The Wasatch Pony Club (WPC) hosts the Golden Spike Horse Trials at the Golden Spike Event Center in Ogden, Utah (Area IX) once a year in June, offering Introductory through Preliminary levels. This year, Golden Spike will also host the Area IX leg of the Charles Owen Technical Merit award.
The Green Mountain Horse Association (GMHA) in South Woodstock, Vermont (Area I) hosts three USEA recognized competitions a year in June, August, and September. In June and September, they offer Beginner Novice through Preliminary, and at their Festival of Eventing in August they offer Beginner Novice through Intermediate as well as a CIC* division.