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 NEH Series classes have a structure similar to the USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) Series with two phases: the dressage phase and the jumping test.
Five highly respected clinicians from all parts of the world will come together on February 17-20 at Barnstaple South in Ocala, Florida to bring a week of education to the 2020 USEA Educational Symposium. The symposium is only one month away, and it’s time to get to know the five stars who will share valuable information for the upcoming year.
Her first homebred made it to the five-star level and since then, she’s never looked back. With his natural athleticism, strong work ethic, confident attitude, and just the right amount of spunk, it was Who’s A Star that got Courtney Cooper and her husband, Neal Camens committed to breeding event horses.
The USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Program has quickly been gaining popularity across the nation. In 2019, the participation in intercollegiate team challenges was the highest it has been. This year, the calendar has over 23 intercollegiate team challenges across the country.
In 1984, the U.S. Eventing team won the gold medal at the Los Angeles Olympic Games, and from that moment on Diane Bird and her husband Art Bird were hooked. Two years later they watched top riders compete at Chesterland Horse Trials and shortly after that, their first volunteer opportunity opened at a local show in New Jersey in 1988. They have been volunteering ever since.
Ride with one of Germany’s top event riders and sign up as a demo rider or demo horse at the 2020 USEA Educational Symposium on February 17-20 at Barnstaple South in Ocala, Florida. The featured clinician for the ICP and YEH Symposia is Andreas Dibowski. The YEH Symposium will also have Marilyn Payne and Maren Engelhardt as clinicians. FEH Committee Chairs Susan Graham White and Robin Walker will be the featured clinicians for the FEH Symposium.
In 2019, the USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Program saw more riders competing in team challenges and more championship entries than ever before. The program has steadily gained popularity since its creation in 2014. The USEA intercollegiate national leaderboards were introduced and every December, a new set of nationally ranked riders are named.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the continued partnership with longtime supporter Nutrena® Feeds. Nutrena Feeds has returned as a Corporate Sponsor and the “Official Feed of the USEA.” Nutrena Feeds will also return as the Presenting Sponsor of the USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) for 2020 and 2021.
He never finished outside of the top 10 in 2019, he placed third at the $60,000 Adequan USEA Advanced Final, he won the CCI4*-S division at Stable View, and earned 210 USEA points last year to be named the 2019 Standlee Premium Western Forage USEA Horse of the Year - Z is the January Horse of the Month! Z is an 11-year-old Zangersheide gelding owned by the Z partnership and ridden by Phillip Dutton.
Interested in the difference between a ‘flashy mover’ and ‘correct mover’? Or which conformation flaws inhibit an event horse’s performance? Experts of the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) program answer these questions and more in three educational videos that are now available on the USEA website.
It’s time to start planning for the 2020 season, and one event to put on the calendar is the 2020 USEA Educational Symposium on February 17-20, 2020 at Barnstaple South in Ocala, Florida. The ultimate educational experience will start with the USEA Instructors' Certification Program (ICP) symposium on Monday, Feb. 17 and Tuesday, Feb. 18. The USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) Symposium will be on Wednesday, Feb. 19 and the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) Symposium will be on Thursday, Feb. 20.