Surefire Farm in Purcellville, Virginia (Area II) hosts two horse trials a year – one in late June and one in late September, offering Beginner Novice through Intermediate levels in addition to USEA Young Event Horse (YEH) classes. Surefire is a year-round training facility.
Spokane Sport Horse Farm in Spokane, Washington (Area VII) hosts horse trials in the spring and fall, offering USEA Future Event Horse, USEA New Event Horse, and USEA Young Event Horse classes in addition to Introductory through Advanced/Intermediate horse trials. At their fall event, Spokane Sport Horse Farm also hosts Hylofit USEA Classic Series Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, and Preliminary Three-Day Events.
The concept for Red Hills was the product of a dinner party hosted by Colin Phipps in 1997. When Capt. Mark Phillips was visiting Colin in Tallahassee, Colin invited several couples, all of whom had daughters who evented, for dinner.
The Event at Rebecca Farm runs once yearly at the end of July in Kalispell, Montana (Area VII) offering Novice through Intermediate horse trials, CCI2*-L, CCI3*-L, CCI4*-L, and CCI4*-S FEI divisions, and Novice and Training Three-Day divisions. For three years, The Event at Rebecca Farm has also been home to the North American Youth Championships (NAYC).
The River Glen Equestrian Park in New Market, Tennessee (Area III) hosts four events a year, one each in April, June, August, and November, offering Starter through Advanced/Intermediate levels. For the first time this year, River Glen also offered FEI CCI2*-S and CCI3*-S divisions at their June event.
The Rocking Horse Stables Horse Trials take place five times every year in Altoona, Florida (Area III), four during the winter/spring season and one in November. Each event offers Beginner Novice through Intermediate levels with their second event of the year also offering Advanced. The facility also is open for schooling on select days throughout the year.
The Pine Top Farm Horse Trials are held four times yearly: twice in February, once in March, and once in November. The Pine Top Intermediate Horse Trials in February, Spring Horse Trials in March, and Thanksgiving Horse Trials in November all offer Beginner Novice through Advanced/Intermediate while the Advanced Horse Trials in February offers Novice through Advanced levels.