Entries for the 2014 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships presented by VTO Saddlery, ATC, and the Adequan USEA Gold Cup are officially open!
The first 100 competitors to enter and pay via Xentry will be entered in a drawing to win gas cards to help ease the cost of transportation. The USEA is also offering an early entry discount of $100 to competitors who send in their entries postmarked on or before August 19, 2014, or who enter on or before August 19 via Xentry. Please note that payment must be received with these entries in order for the discount to be applied.
United States Eventing Association
Attn: AEC Entries
525 Old Waterford Road NW
Leesburg, VA 20176
Before you enter, you must be sure you and your horse are qualified. See the Qualifications Summary, and the list of qualified horses and qualified riders. For more information, visit the AEC Omnibus page or the AEC Competitors page.
Adult Team Championship competitors may also enter today. Go here to see the qualifications for the ATC, which will be held alongside the AEC in Tyler, Texas, for a real championship atmosphere! Check out the ATC Omnibus listing, or the ATC page for more information and be sure to check in with your Area Coordinator for information on forming teams. You must be a member of your Area's Adult Rider Program.
Do not miss out on all the fabulous cash and prizes at this year’s AEC, which total over $200,000! The 2014 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships and the 2014 Adequan USEA Gold Cup Championships would not be possible without our wonderful sponsors: Nutrena, VTO Saddlery, Adequan, Merial, Broadstone Equine Insurance Company, Devoucoux, Standlee, Charles Owen, Fleeceworks, Point Two Air Jackets, Professional's Choice, Dubarry of Ireland, WeatherBeeta, The Chronicle of the Horse, Omega Alpha, Auburn Laboratories Inc., Smartpak, Dever,Theraplate, Stackhouse Saddles,Equine Art by Julie, Flair, CWD, Equine Art by Julie, Grand Meadows, Ovation, Eventing Training Online, Back on Track, the City of Lindale, Texas, and more.
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