Mar 17, 2022

Ever So Sweet Scholarship Accepting Applications for Summer 2022

Helen Casteel, recepient of the first Ever So Sweet scholarship. USEA/ KTB Creative Group Photo.

Strides for Equality Equestrians is excited to announce that the application period is open for the Ever So Sweet Scholarship! Applications will be accepted online at www.Stridesforequality.org until April 15 and the recipient will be chosen by May 1 for the summer term which runs June-August at Sara Kozumplik’s Overlook Farm in Berryville, Virginia. It is made possible by Edy Rameika, Sara Kozumplik, and the USEA Foundation who have supported SEE from the very beginning. Without them this one of a kind program would not be possible!

This is an outstanding opportunity for a young person who wants to expand their riding, horsemanship, and equestrian network on their career path as professional horseperson. It is an immersive program with busy days and lots of learning. Prior recipients Helen Casteel and Sierra Lesny had ample time in the saddle with exposure to truly top class trainers. They met world class vets and farriers and learned from the best organizers and grooms in the business as well. You can catch up with their adventures on the SEE Ever So Sweet Scholarship page on Instagram and Facebook.

This is a fully funded scholarship provided through Strides for Equality Equestrians and its partners mentioned above. It includes all expenses associated with board & training of one horse, rent for the recipient, a small stipend, transportation to Virginia and to competitions, entries, lessons, and farrier care. It is truly a unique program that gives riders a head start or a step up in their career.

If this sounds like a program that you would benefit from on your professional pathway apply today at www.StridesforEquality.org/blog/eversosweet!

Jul 18, 2024 Eventing News

Weekend Quick Links: July 20-21

Are you following along with the action from home this weekend? Or maybe you're competing at an event and need information fast. Either way, we’ve got you covered!

Jul 18, 2024 Rules

New Eventing Rule Changes Going into Effect December 1, 2024

Following the United States Equestrian Federation's (USEF) summer meeting, 11 new rules changes for the 2025 eventing season were approved to go into effect starting Dec. 1, 2024. Now is a great time to begin familiarizing yourself with these upcoming adjustments to make sure you are in compliance come the 2025 season.

Jul 17, 2024 Competitions

Fast Facts: The Event at Rebecca Farm

The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana, is special in so many ways. Nestled between the Swan and Salish mount ranges, the event’s stunning backdrop paired with its top-notch competition and latest and greatest spectator activities has earned it the moniker of “eventing’s western wonderland.” This year, the event has just over 600 competitors competing across a whopping 29 divisions from Beginner Novice all the way up to the international CCI4*-L. In addition to its CCI2*-L, CCI3*-S, CCI3*-L, CCI4*-S, and CCI4*-L divisions, all eyes will also be on the two USEA Classic Series divisions that the event hosts at both the Novice and Training levels.

Jul 17, 2024 AEC

The Chronicle of the Horse Returns as Bronze Sponsor of the 2024 USEA American Eventing Championships Presented by Nutrena Feeds

The United States Eventing Association, Inc. (USEA) is happy to announce The Chronicle of the Horse as a “Bronze Level Sponsor of the 2024 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC)” as well as a “Contributing Level Sponsor of the Adult Team Championships” taking place at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, Aug. 27- Sept. 1.

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