The May/June issue of Eventing USA is now available for all current USEA members to read. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Eventing Association (USEA) was unable to print and mail the May/June issue of Eventing USA, but the full magazine has been released digitally.
The March/April issue of Eventing USA is now available. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the United States Eventing Association (USEA) was, unfortunately, unable to print and mail the March/April issue of Eventing USA, but the full magazine has been released for all current USEA members to read online.
Looking for a past issue of Eventing USA? Thanks to the USEA Endowment Trust, the history of eventing is now at your fingertips.
Get a sneak peek at what is coming up in Issue 2 of Eventing USA with Leslie Threlkeld and Hannah Bennett as they meet up with Editor of threedaysthreewaysblog.com, Courtney Young, to produce a photo shoot and feature article with Holly Hudspeth at Equiventures Farm in Rougemont, North Carolina. And remember to visit the USEA's official web video channel at www.useventing.tv to see more videos, updated every Friday.
Meet your Senior Editor and Designer of Eventing USA, Leslie Threlkeld and Hannah Bennett. There are a lot of exciting things happening in 2013 and this team plans to bring it all to you in the newly design magazine, ten times a year! In this episode, you'll get a look at the January/February issue, the Convention Edition.
You might notice something different about the USEA’s official publication, Eventing USA, when you receive the first 2013 issue at the end of January. The magazine has been completely redesigned, and we hope you will enjoy the eye-catching new look.
In the March 2012 issue of Eventing USA, we compiled a list of friendly rule reminders to help our members get the competition season started off on the right hoof. We make every effort to ensure all the information we publish in our magazine is factual and correct, but it has come to our attention that three statements in the article “Hoof Notes: Your Cheat Sheet for the 2012 Eventing Season” on page 20, were incorrect or unclear.
I started out as young as I can remember only ever wanting two things for Christmas: a pony and a Speak & Spell. I think I got the Speak & Spell when I was five but still had to keep asking for the pony. It so happened that when I was six, my neighbor across the street, who was a year older than me, started taking riding lessons at a farm about a half-hour away. We talked her mom into talking my mom into letting me take just one lesson.
Looking for the perfect gift for your fellow eventing enthusiast? How about a USEA membership? A USEA membership includes 10 issues of Eventing USA magazine in addition to numerous other benefits. Memberships are available at the Full or Supporting Levels. Print out a Temporary Member card from the USEA Online Services, put a bow on it, and you are ready to go!
Have you ever wondered what a top international rider and trainer would say about your galloping position? What would they say about how you and your horse look coming down a drop fence or clearing a big table? Well here’s your chance to find out! Eventing USA is continuing their popular column in which international eventer Jan Byyny will critique your photos.