Course builder, Eric Bull, has generously donated one this Novice level cross-country cabin to the USEA to be auctioned off with all proceeds going to support the USEA Collapsible Fence Study to ensure that we raise sufficient funds to meet the $25,000 challenge set by Ms. Jacqueline B. Mars.
Eric has built courses for the world’s top designers and is in great demand because of his commitment to superior construction using the very best materials possible.
A fence like this one would normally sell for $900 - $1,000 so Eric has established a reserve of $500. This cabin was used on course at the Young Event Horse Championship this fall. It would be a super addition to your own schooling field, or if you are an organizer to your Novice cross-country course. Companies and/or individuals who want to sponsor a fence at a USEA Horse Trials may want to bid on the fence and have it delivered to the horse trials of their choice. The successful bidder will pick up the fence or pay for shipping.
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USEA Facebook Auction to Support Collapsible Fence Study!Course builder, Eric Bull, has generously donated one this...
Posted by United States Eventing Association, Inc. (USEA) on Monday, December 21, 2015
Last month, we introduced this series with a look at the Preliminary level. Now, EquiRatings is showing you the key stats from Beginner Novice. How strong have your Beginner Novice results been? What’s a good final score? What’s a good dressage? What scores should you be aiming for if a top finish is your goal? Read on to evaluate your Beginner Novice game.
This article will be updated to include statements as they are released from upcoming USEA recognized events regarding actions they are taking due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Modern cross-country courses have an emphasis on related combinations, often including one or two ‘skinny’ fences. It is therefore vital to understand how the stride length is affected by different factors so that you can make the distances work for you and reduce the room for error and risk. It is also vital to develop a ‘second nature’ safety position.
Get a front row seat at the 2020 USEA American Eventing Championships presented by Nutrena Feeds (AEC) by volunteering! Volunteers are needed on Monday, August 24 through Sunday, August 30 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. There will be no spectators allowed this year, but volunteering is a wonderful alternative that will still allow you to experience the event.