A stalwart member of the U.S. Eventing squad since he was named USEA Young Rider of the Year in 2002, Faudree’s impressive resume has provided him the experiences to become a successful rider, trainer, and coach.
In 2003, Will was a member of the gold medal-winning team at the Pan American Games and received the Lionel Guerrand-Hermes Trophy for exemplifying the U.S. Equestrian Team’s ideals of sportsmanship and horsemanship. A traveling reserve for the 2004 Olympic team, Faudree rode on the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) team in Aachen, Germany. He later went on to be short-listed for the 2010 WEG and 2013 Olympic teams, and just finished 14th in the latest Kentucky Land Rover CCI5*.
Come listen in on what makes a horseman keep thriving, his thoughts on the recent Kentucky Land Rover CCI5*, and what lies ahead for this go-getter. It is a live interview, so anything can happen!
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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.
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! Check out the USEA’s Weekend Quick Links for links to information including the prize list, ride times, live scores, and more for all the events running this weekend.
Last month we began a four-part series on mental preparation and the many kinds of pre-ride routines you can perform to control your emotions so they don’t take control of you. If you recall, the purpose of these routines is to give your brain the perception of predictability and control because as soon as your brain loses these it senses threat and stress which weakens your confidence and strengthens your jitters and fears.