Mikaela Kantorowski

Mar 26, 2022

Cross-Country Produces First Repeat Carolina International CCI4*-S Winner

Raeford, N.C. - March 26, 2022 – Known for influential cross-country tracks, this year’s Cloud 11~Gavilan North LLC Carolina International CCI and Horse Trial, presented by Lumbee River EMC lived up to its reputation with cross country shuffling the leaderboards, crowning new champions, and seeing history made as Will Coleman became the first back-to-back winner of the Setters’ Run Farm CCI4*-S.

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Mar 25, 2022 Competitions

Show Jumping Proves Influential But Leaders Remain Unchanged at Carolina International

Raeford, N.C. - March 25, 2022 – The sun shone on day two of the Cloud 11~Gavilan North LLC Carolina International presented by Lumbee River EMC setting the stage for an exciting show jumping phase. While clean rounds were hard to come by, the leaderboards look relatively similar once the dust settled with three of the four division leaders keeping their top positions heading into cross-country.

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Mar 24, 2022 Competitions

Smith and Mai Baum Dance to Deliver Record-Setting Score in Dressage at Carolina International

Raeford, N.C. - March 24, 2022 – After a wet start to the Cloud 11~Gavilan North LLC Carolina International which saw start times pushed back temporarily for a brief rain delay, California’s Tamie Smith danced into the lead in the Setters’ Run Farm CCI4*-S with her longtime partner Mai Baum (Loredano x Ramira), Eric Markell and Ellen and Alex Ahearn's 16-year-old German Sport Horse gelding.

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Dec 16, 2021 Profile

Horse Heroes: Pebbly Maximus

Sometimes it is some of the smallest horses that have the biggest hearts. If you saw Pebbly Maximus in a field these days, you might not know the stories he could tell or the dreams he made possible. Unassuming in nature barely topping 16h, he made up for it in heart and fight. Having grown quite the following over the years, you can’t miss him in warm-up standing out with his short stature, big white blaze, and white socks. He has given many people the ride of a lifetime and made his mark on numerous careers.

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May 05, 2020 Membership

Why I Ride: Liz Halliday-Sharp

Eventers are skilled, passionate, gritty, and inspirational. In the age of social media, the stories behind why we ride and compete often get lost. Everyone rides for different reasons and everyone has different stories to tell, varying inspirations, and amazing journeys. No two stories are alike, and no two inspirations are the same.

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Apr 07, 2020 Volunteers

Sue Funkey: USEA's Volunteer of the Month Presented by Athletux

Sue Funkey of Angels Camp, California, is the epitome of what it means to be a volunteer. She is dedicated, constantly gives back to the sport, and shows up time and time again no matter the conditions to help. We are proud and honored to feature her as this month’s Volunteer of the Month as we highlight all the many ways she contributes to the sport.

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Mar 06, 2020 Volunteers

Mary Quarles: USEA's Volunteer of the Month presented by Athletux

This month’s Volunteer of the Month, Mary Quarles, found eventing along with many other Americans at the 1996 Athens Olympics. While she had been involved in horses for quite some time, it was the taste of volunteering and the taste of the sport that she got in Atlanta that paved the way for Quarles and her involvement in the sport today.

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Feb 07, 2020 Volunteers

Chris Quinn: USEA's Volunteer of the Month Presented by Athletux

When Chris Quinn was 13 years old, she told her parents she wanted riding lessons at a barn in a nearby town. Horses were unknown to her family as no one else in her family had anything to do with them, but with her persistence, they agreed to pay for them. There was, however, a catch.

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Jan 07, 2020 Volunteers

Scarlett Schall: USEA's Volunteer of the Month Presented by Athletux

Horses have always been in Scarlett Schall’s blood. Her mom and dad ran a world-renowned Quarter Horse breeding program in southern Maryland and Schall was on a horse before she could walk. Growing up, she was immersed in all disciplines as her parents bred the horses that she and her siblings would ride.

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Dec 30, 2019 Education

OTTB Critique Presented by Athletux: Bestavailable

Morgan Boyer has a knack for picking out off-the-track Thoroughbreds that excel in their new careers. She has another star in her barn in the form of Tate, better known by his Jockey Club name Bestavailable. Tate is a 9-year-old 15.2 hand gelding and also happens to be a graduate of this year’s RRP Thoroughbred Makeover.

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Dec 01, 2019 Volunteers

Leah Fleming: USEA's Volunteer of the Month Presented by Athletux

December’s Volunteer of the Month, Leah Fleming, did not grow up around horses. Nor did she ride or even know what the sport of eventing was prior to her 12-year-old niece, Ashlee, coming to live with her. It was when Ashlee’s friend’s younger sister began riding at a local barn that her mom thought Ashlee might like to come out one day to see what it was like.

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