Texas Rose Horse Park (TRHP) in Tyler, Texas (Area V) hosts three horse trials a year in March, May, and November. They offer Introductory through Intermediate levels at all three horse trials and also offer USEA Young and Future Event Horse classes at their March event. Texas Rose Horse Park is a multi-use facility that hosts competitions for other disciplines as well as dog shows, corporate events, and weddings.
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East of Dallas and west of the Texas-Louisiana state line is Texas Rose Horse Park, a household name to Area V eventers. On November 9-10, Area V wrapped up the 2018 season with Texas Rose Horse Park Fall Horse Trials and awarded Kristin Curreri and Caleb McCombs the Charles Owen Technical Merit Awards.
A total field of 18 future event horses came together today for the first ever USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) Central Championships. The FEH program has traditionally run an East and West Coast Championships, and Snowdonia Farms approached the USEA about organizing a Central Championships for youngsters in Texas, to provide an opportunity to breeders, owners, and competitors between the coasts.
The USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) East Coast, West Coast, and Central Championships are being held over the next two weeks. First, the West Coast Championships will be held at Twin Rivers Ranch in Paso Robles, California today, Thursday, September 20. Loch Moy Farm in Adamstown, Maryland, will host the East Coast Championships this coming weekend, Septebmer 22 and 23.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce that the Future Event Horse (FEH) program will include a Central Championship in 2018 to accompany the East and West Coast Championships that already exist.
Texas Rose Horse Park in Tyler, Texas hosted the final leg of the 2017 Charles Owen Technical Merit Series at their Fall Horse Trials, November 11-12, 2017. A total of 55 riders competed at the Training level at Texas Rose, but it was Katherine Hindy and Nick Staples who ultimately walked away with the final Adult Amateur and Junior Charles Owen Technical Merit Awards of the year.
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This past weekend, the Texas Rose Horse Park hosted a landmark event for Area V – the debut of the first Advanced horse trials in the Area.
Texas Rose Horse Park, the location of the 2013 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships presented by VTO Saddlery sound of jumps being built as Texas Rose Horse Park course builder Buddy Mimms assisted by Dan Starck have been working to complete the Advanced jump construction as well as build many new fences for every level. Course designers, Mark Phillips and Carsten Meyer, have had Buddy create many fabulous fences to be used on the courses and they will debut at the March 30-31 event at Texas Rose which is running every level from Beginner Novice to Advanced.