Nutrena USEA American
The AEC is the only national championships for the sport of Eventing in the United States. Each September, hundreds of juniors, adult amateurs, and professionals travel from all across the nation for a chance to be named the best in the country.
Adequan USEA Gold Cup
The Adequan USEA Gold Cup consists of 11 qualifying competitions at the Advanced Horse Trials and CIC3* levels, with the final at the Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships $40,000 Adequan Advanced division on September 26-29 in Tyler, Texas.
SmartPak Equine USEA Classic Series
The Classic Series encompasses classic format three-day events at both the Training and Preliminary levels. The thrill of the "chase" lives on for those who still want to experience the unforgettable rush of roads and tracks, steeplechase, and cross-country!
Spalding Labs USEA Young Event Horse Series
YEH gives owners and breeders an opportunity to showcase the potential of their four- and five-year-old horses while encouraging them to produce top-level event horses for the future. YEH competitions consist of three sections: conformation, dressage, jumping and galloping test.
USEA Future Event Horse Series
The FEH program focuses on yearlings, two-year-olds, and three-year-olds, and judging their potential to become successful event horses. Horses are judged on both conformation and correctness of gaits.
USEA New Event Horse Series
NEH classes are designed to be an introduction to the sport of Eventing for horse and rider. Adapted from the YEH, the NEH classes are intended to assess a horse’s capability for Eventing and to provide a stepping stone to recognized Eventing. .
USEA Annual Meeting and Convention
The USEA Convention takes place each December and brings together a large group of dedicated USEA members and supporters to discuss, learn, and soak up the experience of being surrounded by eventing enthusiasts.
Adult Riders is for all riders, age 22 years and older, professional or amateur. It is about including adults across all skill and experience levels, in a supportive program that promotes education, communication, recognition and just plain fun.
The Young Riders Program is offered through the USEA for riders twenty-one years of age and younger. The purpose of the program is to encourage our younger members to become involved in the Eventing and to promote and create a love of the sport.