In 2013, after taking a 10-year break from riding after college, I knew it was time to get back into eventing again. With the help of a friend, I found a horse off Craigslist that fit what I was looking for perfectly: a black 14-year-old registered American Warmblood mare named Clos du Bois, or "Chloe" for short.
Show Jumping Course Designer Richard Jeffery will be offering a Show Jumping Seminar on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the Carolina Horse Park in Raeford, North Carolina, prior to the start of the Carolina International CCI & Horse Trials.
The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) announced that they will be closely monitoring all horse-and-rider combinations competing at the four- and five-star level to ensure that they are adhering to the rules regarding rest periods between competitions in the lead-up to the Olympic Games next year.
When Event Clinics caught up with Schramm Equestrian, Dom and Jimmie were coming off a weekend of successful competition at Ocala Winter I Horse Trials with a string of horses. The duo were en route to the airport where Dom would catch a redeye to Denver to teach a clinic.
Please be advised that the selection procedures have been approved and posted for the 2019 North American Youth Championships for eventing. The application is now available and the application deadline is March 1, 2019.
The applications for the 2020 Worth the Trust Educational and Sports Psychology Scholarships are now available. The deadline for applications is October 5, 2019.
While 2019 is set to be another busy year for international horse sport, potential bidders are already vying for the possibility of hosting FEI World Championships in 2022. The FEI has already received some exciting expressions of interest for 2022, with more submissions expected before the 28 February deadline.
In their presentation at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, Equiratings founders Sam Watson and Diarm Byrne review how data can be used to guide decisions in eventing, both when analyzing performance and analyzing risk.
Practice makes perfect, and an easy way to practice eventing is at a USEA New Event Horse (NEH) competition! Designed as an introduction to the sport of eventing, the USEA New Event Horse Series classes have two phases: the dressage phase and the jumping test.
Phillip, Boyd, Lynn, Sharon, Lauren – throw out a name of a top professional and you can almost guarantee at one point in their careers they were a working student. Being a working student is a rite of passage in eventing. How else will you learn what it is really like to be a professional in the sport?