There were over 415 entries across all levels national and international at The Event at TerraNova in Myakka City, Florida, this past weekend with an impressive 53 in the feature division, the CCI4*-S. After holding onto the second-place spot all weekend long, Liz Halliday-Sharp and The Monster Partnership and Ocala Horse Properties, LLC's 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding Cooley Be Cool (Heritage Fortunus x HHS Carlotta) edged their way into the lead following cross-country on Saturday to claim the win.
Relive the action from TerraNova here and scroll through some of the weekend's highlights in the gallery provided by EQ Media below.
The 2023 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention came to a close on Sunday with the final USEA Board of Governors meeting. After the call to order, USEA Senior Director of Membership Services/Meeting Planner Jennifer Hardwick gave a brief overview of the annual meeting. There were 321 attendees and 220 who came to the awards dinner. Next year’s Annual Meeting & Convention will be held in Seattle, Washington, from Dec. 10-15 at the Westin Seattle.
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United States Eventing Association (USEA) members from all over the country gathered on Saturday night for the 2023 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention Year End Awards Ceremony. The evening’s ceremony was led by Master of Ceremonies Jim Wolf and recognized riders, horses, and game-changers in the sport of eventing with multiple awards and grants.
Hosting the Annual Meeting of Members each December has been a requirement set forth by the United States Eventing Association (USEA) by-laws (then the United States Combined Training Association) since 1959. This year, USEA members are gathering in St. Louis, Missouri, for the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention from Dec. 7 - Dec. 10 for four jam-packed days of educational seminars and open forums full of conversation surrounding our sport. Lunch on Friday, however, served as an opportunity for attendees to gather together for the USEA Meeting of Members once again.