The FEI released updates on the FEI eventing statistic reports, deformable/frangible devices, and the judging of narrow fences.
The Eventing Statistics Report 2007-2018 has been finalized and can be found on the Eventing Risk Management page of the FEI website.
The MIM Clips FAQs - general Information for cross-country course designers and builders, technical delegates, and ground juries regarding MIM Clips - have been published on the FEI website. In addition, the assembly instructions for table kit, oxer kit, gate and wall kit, post and rail kit, post and rail adjustable kit, and post and rail skinny kit have been updated and are available here.
An FAQ has been produced by the FEI Eventing Committee to provide practical information on how to judge narrow fences according to the updated article 549.2 of 2019 FEI Eventing Rules. The correct positioning of cameras and most frequently asked questions are also included in the document. Please find this document here.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the renewed partnership with Rebecca Farm. Rebecca Farm will return as a Gold Level Sponsor of the 2021 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention and will be the exclusive sponsor for the Annual Meeting continental breakfast. This year’s Annual Meeting & Convention will take place at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque in Albuquerque, New Mexico on December 9-12, 2021.
With the new competition season kicking off officially on December 1, it’s time to brush up on the USEF Rules For Eventing ! There are five new rules and amendments that will take effect at the start of the new season regarding competition approvals, officials, and more. To access the full 2022 USEF Rulebook, click here.
The last of the Area Championships took place this past weekend in Tucson, Arizona at the Southern Arizona Fall Horse Trials & Area X Championships. Riders from Area X came from all over in hopes of snagging the coveted champion title, but four riders rode to the top of their fields. The USEA caught up with each champion to relive their performances in Tucson.
“This week was just as much about Paige as it was Favian and I because, without her, we are nothing,” said Valerie Vizcarrondo Pride of Blue Clover Eventing in a social media post after her five-star completion at the Maryland 5 Star. Described as Favian’s hero, Paige Ansaldi is a five-star groom at Blue Clover Eventing, a full-time student at the University of Maryland, a team member of the University of Maryland eventing team, and an active competitor herself.