EVENTING 2016-2026: USEA to Hold Sport Summit at the Annual Meeting and Convention


The sport of Eventing has undergone dramatic changes in the last 10-15 years. The loss of the Classic long format has changed the type of horses required to excel, FEI rules and increased qualification criteria has seen a proliferation of CICs, which in turn impacts national horse trials at all levels. Rules to improve safety of both horse and rider have increased participation costs for riders.

In It To Win It, 2000-2016


The USEA is saddened to learn that Avery Klunick lost her upper level partner, In It To Win It, last night during a colic surgery.

Klunick and “Winston,” a 16-year-old New Zealand Sport Horse (By Chinese Gold) have grown their partnership together since Klunick got the ride in 2008 from Julia Briskin, who piloted the gelding through Intermediate.

Loch Moy Farm to Host East Coast Jump Chute Clinic


Leesburg, Va.-  The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is excited to announce Loch Moy Farm will be holding a Jump Chute Clinic on July 7, 2016.  The clinic is open to horses of all ages, but precedence will be given to horses that are 3 years of age and currently competing in the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) series. 

University of South Carolina Introduces Eventing at The Main Campus in Columbia


The University of South Carolina (USCA) has decided to grab the reins and add another Eventing Club in the Southeast region at their main campus in Columbia, Sc. Riders at USC acknowledged the importance of riding programs for future and current students. The creation of this new program was designed to help students to both continue learning in the classroom and in the ring.


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