The Coconino Summer I Horse Trials in Flagstaff, Arizona (Area X), July 6-8, 2018, Will offer $10,000 in prize money split between the Open Intermediate, Open Preliminary, Open Training, and Open Novice divisions. First place in each division will receive $1,200, second place will receive $800, and third place will receive $500.
If you need another reason for coming to the Coconino Horse Trials, the list goes on. The Coconino Horse Trials hosts back-to-back events, providing two convenient opportunities to achieve qualifications for the AEC or Rebecca Farm. The Summer I Horse Trials takes place on July 6-8, followed by the Western Underground, Inc. Coconino Summer II Horse Trials and T/N/BN Three-Day Event July 11-14. Additionally, the Coconino Summer II Horse Trials will be offering combined tests for any level for thsoe traveling to compete the following week at Rebecca Farm, and the event ends on Saturday, providing an extra weekend day for travel.
Beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona offers many places to check out between the Summer I and Summer II events, including the Grand Canyon and Sadona. The 6,000-foot elevation, tall pines, and balmy temperatures provide a break from the summer heat and a chance to compete during the hottest months of the year.
This year we are debuting all new cross-country courses designed by James Atkinson with great footing and lots of good galloping. Where else can you travel to get two events for one drive?
Since the start of the USEA Classic Series in 2008, Classic Series competitors have had the chance to earn twice the amount of USEA leaderboard points than a recognized horse trial. The reason behind this is because a Classic Series event is considered “a more challenging competition than that of a horse trial."
US Equestrian is pleased to announce The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana will again host the 2020 Adequan North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for the discipline of eventing. Competition is scheduled to run from July 22-26, 2020.
Emily Hamel and Tyler Held met when Hamel was working for Phillip Dutton and Held was working as a vet tech for Sports Medicine Associates of Chester County. They quickly realized they had much in common, including their passion for self-improvement through fitness, nutrition, and meditation.