EQ Media - Samantha Haynie

Sep 19, 2022

Future Superstars of Eventing Make their Mark on Second Day of FEH East Coast Championships

While the U.S. Eventing Team was winning team silver at the FEI Eventing World Championship in Pratoni, Italy, the future of U.S. eventing was being discovered on day two of the FEH East Coast Championships, with two more FEH champions crowned for the 2 and 4-year-old Championship divisions.

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Sep 18, 2022 Future Event Horse

First USEA Future Event Horse East Coast Championships Crowned at Loch Moy Farm

A second-generation Future Event Horse (FEH) winner, a kill pen rescue, and a returning champion are the heart-warming stories from the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) East Coast Championship at Loch Moy Farm in Adamstown, Maryland, the first of three FEH championships.

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Jul 26, 2022 Young Riders

Emerging Athletes Focus on Balanced Adjustability for Day 2 of the EA21 Regional Clinic at Morven Park

During day two of the USEA Emerging Athlete Clinic (EA21), Pan-Am gold medalist and ICP instructor Shannon Lilley connected the dressage work from Day One with a series of over-fences exercises. Their first exercise was two verticals set on a figure-eight. The goal of the exercise was to use the arena fenceline to get square to the verticals. This could be achieved by not overbending in the turns. Lilley suggested coming out of the figure-eight loop with slight flexion to the outside, which enabled the rider to get their hips and the horse's hips straight. She was looking for a balanced, rhythmical canter that stayed the same around the figure-eight.

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Jul 26, 2022 Young Riders

Tackling the Six Levels of the Dressage Training Pyramid at Day One of the EA21 Morven Park Regional Clinic

What are the six levels of the dressage training pyramid? This was the opening prompt to the riders on day one of the USEA Emerging Athlete 21 (EA21) clinic. Twelve athletes were selected out of 150 applicants to ride at Morven Park with Pan-American Games gold medalist and USEA Instructor's Certification Program (ICP) instructor Shannon Lilley. The USEA EA21 program's goal is to support an increased pipeline of young riders from the grassroots of eventing to the sport's top professionals.

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