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Lexington, Ky. - The United States Equestrian Federation is pleased to announce that the 2016 Eventing 18 Program outline and application are now available. The Eventing 18 Program is the beginning of the athlete pipeline and aims to build a foundation of future horsemen and women that will hopefully go on to represent the United States. Selection into the program will be based on talent, competitiveness, commitment, and potential.
Temecula, Calif., March 26, 2015—Competitors arriving for the Galway Downs annual Galway Downs International Horse Trials are finding a busier and even more beautiful Galway Downs Equestrian Center than ever before. More than 150 racehorses are now in training on the grounds, landscaping work is continuing to beautify the site, and the parking lot on the west side of the barns is being transformed into a recreational area for the community.
After last year’s success, the United States Eventing Association (USEA) is excited to announce that The Event College at Rolex Kentucky, presented by USEA’s Professional Horseman’s Council will be returning to the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event this year. The special event is designed to educate the general public on the sport of three-day eventing, and will be taking place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the competition.
Anyone can attend The Event College as a "student" and tuition is free!
The USEA is pleased to present a series of stories written by Joe Verga that chronicles Eventing from 2000-2010.
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the USEF Land Rover Competition Grants for the spring of 2015.
Jersey Fresh International Three-Day Event
The following athlete-and-horse combinations have been awarded a USEF Land Rover Competition Grant to compete at the Jersey Fresh International Three-Day Event CCI3*, May 6-10, 2015 in Allentown, N.J.
Area II YRAP Coordinator Chris Donovan explains the Young Rider Advancement Program and reports on the Cross Border Challenge at Sporting Days Horse Trials in Aiken, SC. Rolex Rookie Liz Halliday-Sharp talks about her preparation for this year's event from her new winter base in Ocala, FL, including finishing runner-up with HHS Cooley at the Red Hills CIC3*.
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“Jackson” (Lupicor—Jarda) has only competed in two CIC3* competitions, and Phillip kicked on to make the 7:05 optimum time for have a shot at the $35,000 purse.
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.