The USEA Training Program for Eventing Officials (TPEO) is responsible for educating and examining eventing officials and encouraging members of the eventing community to give back to the sport as judges, technical delegates (TD), and course designers (CD). Eventing competitions would not be possible without quality officials as they guarantee that all safety rules and precautions are followed.
If you have ever considered becoming involved in eventing as a licensed judge, TC, or CD, then the B & C Jumping/Course Design Training Program is for you! Certified cross-country course designers must attend the training program every three years to maintain the certification that allows them to design for Beginner Novice through Training level at USEA recognized events. This training program also fulfills licensing requirements for prospective “r” Eventing Judges, “r” Eventing TDs, and “r” Eventing CDs.
The 2019 B & C Jumping/Course Design Training Program will cover both cross-country and show jumping course design, evaluation, flow, and phase management. Jumping and dressage phase requirements, applicable rules, briefings for cross-country jump judges and stewards, proper timing for both jumping phases, marking of judge cards for jumping, and various case studies will also be covered. This year's panelists are Gretchen Butts, Sue Smithson, and John Williams. Click here to read a recap of last year's training program!
March 1-3, 2019 | Sporting Days Farm Horse Trials – Aiken, South Carolina | Click Here to Register
Course Designer Participants - 8:00 a.m. on Friday, March 1 through 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 2
Judge and TD Participants - 8:00 a.m. on Friday, March 1 through 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 3
The deadline for registration is February 1, 2019. Auditors are also welcome to attend this training program for a $50 per day fee.
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is responsible for the licensing of eventing officials and the USEA provides the training programs to fulfill the licensing requirements. Any questions about any of the information included in the licensing documents should be directed to [email protected].
For more information about the USEA Training Programs for Eventing Officials, please contact Nancy Knight at [email protected] or (703) 669-9997.
Additional information about becoming an Eventing Licensed Official, starting with “r” certification, can be found on the USEF website or at one of the following links:
Eventing Judge | Eventing TD | Eventing Course Designer
Want to support the education of the next generation of eventing judges, technical delegates, and course designers? Consider making a gift to the USEA Foundation Roger Haller Education Fund! Click here for more information about this exciting initiative.
US Equestrian is pleased to announce the addition of two new 2021 dates for the Adequan®/USEF Eventing Youth Team Challenge (YTC):
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This year’s pre-Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event USEA Official Podcast isn’t a traditional preview show, but rather Host Nicole Brown and the team of Max Corcoran, Rob Burk, and Diarm Byrne are discussing their favorite Kentucky memories as everyone gets giddy for the 2021 event!
At the second-to-last of 40 efforts, "I thought, 'This is actually happening,'" said Amber Levine of a faultless finish with Cellar Farm's Cinzano today to stay on their 31.5 lead going into show jumping tomorrow morning in the Twin Rivers Spring International CCI4*-L. The Jeffs Hot Tub Waves complex at 19 a/b was the awkward exception to a Hugh Lochore-designed course that otherwise "rode great" for the 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding (Classe VDL x Walta) in his long-delayed debut at the level. An entirely new portion of the course around the racetrack featured a series of bright-white painted obstacles, but nothing distracted Cinzano's "tunnel vision for those flags." Levine expects a similar game attitude tomorrow and has a rail to spare.