Four new USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) West Coast Champions were crowned today at Twin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles, California, but they have more in common than just being FEH Champions – they were all bred in America and every one of their dams were successful event horses.
The USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) Championships are being held over the next two weeks. First, the West Coast Championships will be held at Twin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles, California today on Thursday, September 19.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the new partnership with Etalon Diagnostics. As a Contributing Level Sponsor to the USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) and USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) programs, Etalon Diagnostics will provide 10 Minipanel PLUS Tests with Ancestry/Composition to be used towards prizes for the USEA YEH and USEA FEH Championships.
Calling all USEA Instructors’ Certification Program (ICP) Certified Instructors! You won’t want to miss out on this unique opportunity to tell your fellow USEA members about your training business and teaching philosophy in the 2019 ICP Spotlight in Eventing USA!
The Irish Draught Horse Society of North America's (IDHSNA) will be offering USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) classes at Frying Pan Farm Park (FPFP) on Friday, September 13, 2019 in conjunction with the IDHSNA Annual Show. The FEH Classes are scheduled to start at 2:00 p.m. FEH Classes are $65.00, plus the FPFP ship in fee of $25.00. The judge is Helen Brettell, "S" from Middleburg, Virginia.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is thrilled to announce the new partnership with Guardian Horse Bedding for the 2019 USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) Championships. As a Sponsor of the FEH Overall National Awards, Guardian Horse Bedding will provide the funding to create awards for the overall 2019 USEA FEH Champions.
First up on this week's episode of the USEA Podcast, Future Event Horse Committee Co-Chair Susan Graham White comes on the show to discuss the judging seminars that will be offered this year at the East Coast and West Coast Championships taking place in September. These seminars are intended for current FEH judges to help improve the quality of FEH judging across the board.
In a jump chute, much can be seen on how a horse uses himself while jumping. Their natural jumping ability, instincts, scope, power, stride, adjustability, and reaction time all come into play. When done right, the jump chute helps teach horses how to jump properly but when done wrong, the jump chute can cause more harm than good.
The final exam for licensed officials is right around the corner! In preparation for the final exam during the USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) in Lexington, Kentucky, I have been reviewing all information received from our training sessions as well as all of the rules that officials are required to be familiar with.
One of the biggest mistakes we make with young horses is asking too much of them for too long. The ones that find something easy are often the ones you need to be most cautious of pushing too much, as it doesn’t actually feel like you’re pushing them. Then at some point down the road they start to worry, struggle and often hit a training ‘plateau’.
A panel of officials, including Cindy Deporter, Tim Murray, Wayne Quarles, John Michael Durr, and Marilyn Payne led a presentation at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention about how to be a preceptor. Preceptors provide a vital part of the education process for those pursuing their eventing officials license.