The FEI Board has named the qualifiers for the 2022/2023 season of the FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ Series during its teleconference meeting this week.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank the FEI Event organizers, who, despite the cancellations and grave losses suffered in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic, have shown great resilience and determination to continue hosting FEI events," FEI Secretary General Sabrina Ibáñez said.
The final allocations for eventing are as follows:
FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ Series 2022
Pratoni (ITA) – 11-15 May
Houghton Hall (GBR) – 26-29 May
Strzegom (POL) – 22-26 June
Avenches (SUI) – 7-10 July (Dates TBC)
Haras du Pin (FRA) – 11-14 August
Arville (BEL) – 18-21 August
Bromont (CAN) – 18-21 August
Moscow (RUS) – 8-11 September
Ballindenisk (IRL) – 21-25 September
Boekelo (NED) – 6-9 October
Hannah Warner wears many hats: student at the University of Kentucky, UK Eventing Team President, competitor, and head groom for Alexa Ehlers. Fitting in all of her roles and responsibilities into her day-to-day life can be a challenge, but it is a challenge that Warner finds rewarding. The college senior is working towards a business degree through UK's online business program, so Warner is able to get creative with her schedule to pursue all of her academic and eventing related goals.
The Area III Championships kicked off the 2022 USEA Area Championship season June 24-26 at the Stable View Summer H.T. in Aiken, South Carolina. Offering 12 different championship divisions from Intermediate to Beginner Novice, the championships were highly contested as riders from all across Area III put in a gallant effort in hopes of being deemed division champion. The USEA caught up with many of the individual champions to look back on their performances in Aiken that helped them bring home the top prize.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the athletes selected for the 2022 USEA Emerging Athlete 21 (EA21) Program. USEA Young Rider program members aged 21 and under are eligible for the program, which aims to creates a pipeline for potential U.S. team riders by identifying and developing young talent, improving horsemanship and riding skills, and training and improving skills and consistency.
The USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds are just two months away. The AEC moves to the mountains this year, taking place at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana across a long Labor Day weekend.