The 2017 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Land Rover and Nutrena are just a week away, and getting both you and your horse to the Tryon International Equestrian Center safely is what is important. We have collected some information to save you some money and stress as you travel, whether you are traveling from just a few minutes away or from all the way across the country.
There are plenty of things that you can do leading up to and during your trip to the AEC that will make your trip safer and stress-free.
Before leaving on your trip for the AEC, make sure that you check out these amazing podcasts with professional riders Buck Davidson and Laine Ashker. Both Buck and Laine share their advice on how to prepare for traveling long distances to the AEC with horses and how to keep them comfortable and happy.
The trip to the AEC can be a long and expensive trip, especially for those that are traveling from far away. Here are some cost-saving tips to help you keep some extra cash in your pocket.
The FEI has published its Policy for Enhanced Competition Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, aimed at assisting organizers and national federations with the safe resumption of international equestrian events in line with national and local restrictions.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) has approved additional modifications to the qualification period for the 2020 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds. The AEC is scheduled to take place August 25-30, 2020 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, and the USEA is doing everything possible to ensure a safe and successful Championship, while also ensuring fair opportunities for all.
This article will be updated to include statements as they are released from upcoming USEA recognized events regarding actions they are taking due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
This has been a difficult decision, but with the current pandemic situation at hand, we feel that this is the correct and ‘common sense’ direction to take. We are developing a plan to host a shorter, smaller, and more focused competition. We will be using state and local protocols to help guide us through this. Safety is paramount at Rebecca Farm, for both equine and human participants.