The purpose of the USEA Emerging Athletes U21 (EA21) Program is to identify and provide consistent quality instruction to the next generation of elite event riders. The aim is to create a pipeline for potential team riders by identifying and developing young talent, improving horsemanship and riding skills, and training and improving skills and consistency.
The USEA Emerging Athletes U21 Program was launched in 2022 with a model of five summertime regional clinics taught by selected USEA Eventing Coaches Program (ECP) instructors, leading to a winter national camp consisting of selected Young Riders from the regional clinics. Athletes who are 21 years or younger, are current members of their USEA Young Rider Area program, and are established at the Training Level or higher, are eligible to apply for the EA21 program.
|Clinic Location||Young Riders|
|Central - Holly Hill Farm||Vienna Allport|
Waitlist: (1) Sylvia Byars, (2) AnniePearl Stroud, (3) Addison Craig
|East I - Morven Park||Emeline Gilbert|
Waitlist: (1) Jordan Crabo, (2) Noah Stanlaske, (3) Carlin Keefe
|East II - Stable View Farm||Madison Blodgett|
Waitlist: (1) Carly Stiller, (2) Annabelle Friend, (3) Crockett Miller
|West I - Twin Rivers Ranch||Amanda Boyce|
Julia Beauchamp Crandon
Anna Weston Smith
Waitlist: (1) Mackenzie Davison, (2) Lizzie Lynch, (3) Adelaide Rudkin
|West II - Aspen Farms||Natalie Barlow|
Waitlist: (1) Caterina Ritson, (2) Olivia Keye, (3) Simone Clark
If you have questions about the program, please contact Kate Lokey, (703) 779-9897.