On January 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. CST, join Eric Dierks for a live stream interview with Denny Emerson, where he will share some stories of his colorful past, as well as his insights as to what makes a successful rider today.
Denny is the only equestrian to have won both an international gold medal in eventing and a Tevis Cup buckle in endurance. In 1972, Denny was named United States Eventing Association’s Rider of the Year. He was a member of the United States Three-Day Eventing team that won the gold medal at the 1974 Eventing World Championships.
As of 2015, Emerson operates as a clinician and trainer. He is a regular contributor to The Chronicle of the Horse’s “Between Rounds” column. He and his wife, May Emerson, run Tamarack Hill Farm in Strafford, Vermont and Southern Pines, North Carolina.
This live stream is provided by the Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association.
Karma is developing into one of the fastest and most-reliable cross-country horses in the West. The 9-year-old bay Oldenburg mare and James Alliston won their third-straight blue ribbon together at either the four-star or Advanced level in the CCI4*-S at the Twin Rivers Fall International in Paso Robles, California, with the only double-clear cross-country round on Saturday.
Most couples share a kiss and part ways at 8:00 a.m. as they head off to their own work days, but eventing power couple James and Helen Alliston do it all together. We gave our USEA members the opportunity to submit their questions for this West Coast-based couple, and USEA Podcast host Nicole Brown gets them to share all on many topics: eventing in the U.S. versus the U.K., who is the most competitive of the two, dealing with warmer temperatures, why James likes to drive illegally slow, and so much more!
The Plantation Field International CCI4*-S concluded today with the cross-country phase, and the final standings were nearly a matter of “last one standing.” As Tropical Storm Ophelia brought a torrential downpour to the area, a number of riders decided to opt out: of 39 competitors, only six completed, and 17 withdrew before the start of cross-country.
After 15 years of successfully cultivating and establishing the Future Event Horse (FEH) program for eventing breeders and owners, the United States Eventing Association (USEA) has merged the FEH program with the Young Horse Show Series (YHS). The updated YHS allows for a more comprehensive show series for sport horses in the U.S., as the YHS is now open to young talent with a future in eventing, as well as hunters, jumpers, and dressage.