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USEA Educational Activities

USEA Educational Activities further the mission of the USEA to make the sport of eventing safe, fun, fair, and affordable for all. Educational activities include clinics, seminars and camps that provide opportunities for riders, horses, coaches/trainers, officials, organizers and volunteers to learn, practice and increase their knowledge base within their role in the sport. These educational resources focus foremost on the safety both rider and horse as well as sepctators and other competition participants. The USEA highly encourages both members and non-members to take advantage of these learning opportunities offered in their Area.

Activities can also include schooling shows which provide an unrecognized, low-key environment for less experienced riders and horses to practice their skills on a local level and new officials in the sport to hone their expertise. Schooling shows can include horse trials, combined tests, derbies and riding tests.

To qualify for USEA registration and for coverage under the USEA Insurance Program, the Organizer of a proposed educational activity must agree to and comply with USEA requirements. Failure to comply may invalidate insurance coverage and result in denial of future registration, more information on this can be found HERE. Please see Guide for USEA Approved Educational Activities  for more information on hosting a USEA Educational Activity. To submit a planned Educational Activity, see  Educational Activity Recap Form.

USEA Intro To Eventing Clinics Series

The Intro To Eventing Clinic Series was began in 2008 as a way for riders from all disciplines to get a taste of eventing. An Intro To Eventing Clinic will have a very welcoming atmosphere that will introduce the basic skills of Eventing in a no-pressure environment. The Clinics can be held anywhere in the country where there is a demand. The Clinic Instructor must be an active member of the USEA and willing to have the patience to manage the inexperience of riders participating in their first foray into the eventing world. The venue must be able to provide ample trailer parking and appropriate facilities for both ring-riding and cross-country. Insurance for the day can be purchased through the USEA.

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March 5, 2014
In this video of the Jimmy Wofford clinic offered on EventingTrainingOnline.com, we get the opportunity to see the effectiveness of a great exercise to improve your cross country position. See part 1 of the clinic here. 
February 26, 2014
After a day full of conformation analysis of the developments that take place in yearlings, 2-year-olds and 3-year-olds, attendees were eager to apply their knowledge to Tuesday’s lessons on the 4- and 5- year-old young event horses under saddle.
February 21, 2014
The University of Findlay welcomes their first clinician of 2014 to the James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex, March 22-23. Entries are open and stabling is available.
February 6, 2014
"Yogi likened the cross-country horse to a race car with 5 gears, using the fifth gear for galloping and simple single fences. Gearing down is needed for combinations and ‘problem’ fences, but always keep the engine revved." Julie Hook recaps Yogi Breisner's sessions at the USEA ICP Symposium at the Trifecta Event at Galway Downs.
January 8, 2014
Lexington, KY - Ten riders from across the country started the 2014 season off right as the first participants in the training sessions with U.S. Team Coach David O'Connor for the Eventing 18/Advancing Athletes program.


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