Besides the thrilling competition, the next best thing about The Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event is the shopping and the USEA has got you covered! Stop by the USEA booth for our newest arrivals exclusively for Kentucky spectators. Visit us at booth 3 – next to the U.S. Equestrian booth right across from the Bruce Davidson statue at the Rolex Arena.
1. Get ready to cheer on your U.S. riders with an official USA jacket! You can’t beat this jacket for showing your team spirit!
2. Pair your USA jacket with an official USEA hat. Featuring USA on the front, the USEA logo on the side and U.S. Eventing on the back. Available in white and navy.
3. Channel your inner Boyd Martin by stopping at the booth to have your photo taken jumping into the Head of the Lake.
4. The weather is looking good this year (fingers crossed) so sun shirts are a must: Get everyone’s favorite summer riding shirt USEA-a-fied! We have popular Ariat sun shirts in a variety of colors and styles.
5. We are hoping for good weather, but if not the USEA has your back with windbreakers and tons of styles of other jackets.
6. Want to show off that you are a USEA member to the multitude of spectators that are attending? Do it with an official USEA pin! Two styles are available.
7. Need something for then man in your life? The USEA has men’s polos, dress shirts, and vests available.
8. Do you always drop your phone or need a way to prop it up to video or play music? A USEA popsocket is the answer!
9. You can’t go wrong with V-Neck T-Shirts and the USEA has an even better version in gray with purple embroidery.
10. Make sure you don’t go home without your USEA temporary tattoo – free for everyone!!
Can't make it out to Kentucky? Well don't worry as many of these items are available on www.ShopUSEA.com!
Pan Am Games team gold medalist Tamra Smith and Mai Baum and five-star pairs Andrea Baxter and Indy 500 and Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin headline a strong Advanced field when Twin Rivers begins an exciting season of eventing competition this weekend.
The USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) programs have around 30 qualifying competitions each, and youngsters around the country are about to begin their seasons aimed at Championships.
As the season begins to turn, the temperature begins to drop, turnout time becomes more limited, schedules shift to accommodate the waning daylight and the possibility for a colicky horse increases. While the exact environmental causes of colic are not well understood, a commonly accepted theory is that any abrupt changes to a horse’s environment or schedule can increase the risk of colic.