The fourth annual USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Championship kicks off tomorrow morning at the Chattahoochee Hills Horse Trials in Fairburn, Georgia. There are a total of 22 teams from 16 schools entered to compete for the 2019 Championship title.
It’s time to meet the teams of the 2019 USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Championship! A total of 90 horses, 16 schools, and 23 teams will be competing at the 2019 USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Championship on May 18-19 at Chattahoochee Hills Horse Trials.
As of May 13, 2019, a total of 14,461 volunteer hours have already been recorded for 2019. Only five months into the year and over 1,000 volunteers and 110 events have used EventingVolunteers.com. As the 2019 winter and spring season reaches an end, the volunteer leaderboards have several familiar names on top.
All three jumped clear on cross-country and all three finished within the top 20, so how did the three YEH graduates do at the 2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event? They did excellently. Considered ‘a talent search,’ the USEA YEH program was designed to identify young horses that possess the talent and disposition to excel in the upper levels of eventing.
What should students pack for the 2019 USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Championships? School spirit, support, and sportsmanship! These intangible qualities can come in various forms, from a miniature pony mascot to matching saddle pads.
As the 2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event has come to an end, it is now time to name the May USEA Horse of the Month. The legacy of Windfall II lived on at LRK3DE as the Trakehner stallion had two offspring finish in the top five, making him the USEA May Horse of the Month!
It was a day filled with emotions as 31 pairs crossed the finish flags at the 2019 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Allie Sacksen was the first to complete Derek di Grazia’s five-star course and the day wrapped up with Lauren Kieffer and Vermiculus. Read top quotes from the action-packed day of cross-country.
It’s quality over quantity this year at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event in Lexington, Kentucky for the USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) program. Three YEH graduates will be making the trip to the bluegrass state to compete in the toughest event in North America. From babies to the big league, Tsetserleg, Indy 500, and PFun are horses who started their eventing careers in USEA’s YEH program.
By having phases A-D on endurance day, the United States is the only country to still offer steeplechase and roads & tracks through the Hylofit USEA Classic Series. With more phases, different timing, a vet box, and a horse inspection, Classic Series Three-Day Events are quite different than regular horse trials.
Attention young horse competitors! The United States Eventing Association (USEA) recently added a list of 2019 Young Event Horse (YEH) Championships Qualified Horses and a list of 2019 Future Event Horse (FEH) Championships Qualified Horses to the website. These two lists will be updated twice per month throughout the 2019 competition season as YEH and FEH qualifiers are completed.