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Phillip Dutton and I’m Sew Ready show jumped clean to keep their lead in the CIC3* at the Cloud 11 – Gavilan North, LLC. Carolina International CIC and Horse Trials, part of the Adequan USEA Gold Cup/PRO Tour Series, and Kristen Bond couldn’t have been happier about it – even if she had been the one riding.
When you’re as good as Phillip Dutton, being asked to ride very nice horses for other people isn’t particularly unusual. But Phillip doesn’t take it for granted, especially after a day as successful as today at the Cloud Eleven - Gavilan North Carolina International in Southern Pines, N.C., where he leads a field of 52 horses in the CIC3*/Adequan USEA Gold Cup qualifier.
Great news for those unable to be in Southern Pines this weekend for the Carolina International CIC and Horse Trials! The USEF Network will bring all of the action of the CIC2* and CIC3* divisions from the Carolina Horse Park to your home. The schedule of broadcast is as follows:
Stephen Bradley from Area II tells us how he managed his training program this winter having decided to stay in North Virginia, and Natalie Hollis, also from Area II, offers some alternative ideas for rider fitness that involves rolling around in the mud among other challenges! Listen here or on the podcast below.
The USEA is pleased to present a series of stories written by Joe Verga that chronicles Eventing in the U.S. from 2000-2010.
You've undoubtedly heard the term, "Get in the Zone," but just what is the zone and how in the world do you get there?
An important requirement to riding well is staying focused on the present and positive - rather than on the past and problems. The reason "being in the zone" is so important is that this happens automatically when you're in the zone.
It's almost our favorite time of the year: Rolex Kentucky time!
The entries for 2015 went live on Wednesday, with Great Britain, Australia and USA represented so far. This entry list will continue to grow and change so be sure to check back frequently! Also, come meet the team at the USEA "chalet" on cross-country, and stop by our vendor booth to purchase newly designed USEA logowear, renew your membership, and meet other eventing enthusiasts!
In the January/February edition of the USEA's magazine Eventing USA, a tabulation of cross-country safety report statistics over the previous 5 years was printed. All current members of the Association receive the award-winning magazine as a benefit of their membership, but in an effort to more widely distribute the data related to cross-country safety beyond the current membership, the USEA has publicly released these statistics online.
The USEA and the staff at the Red Hills Horse Trials are deeply saddened by the accident that took the life of Conahy’s Courage owned by Imogen de Lavis and ridden by Canada’s Kyle Carter. The entire Eventing community sends deepest condolences to Imogen and Kyle on the loss of this lovely horse.
The Professional Riders Organization has launched the Prelim to PRO Team Series, presented by Triple Crown Nutrition. The new series introduces juniors and young riders to a team experience at the prelim and CIC1* level with an emphasis on education, horsemanship and a team format. The Prelim to PRO Team Series was conceived and designed by PRO Junior Board Members Karri Bellamy, Caroline Martin and Jorgen Olijslager.
The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC., and the USEA.
The USEA is pleased to present a series of stories that chronicles Eventing in the U.S. from 2000-2010, written by Joe Verga.