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March 27, 2017

The Young and Future Event Horse article series is being provided through a partnership between Mythic Landing Enterprises, LLC., and the USEA.

March 26, 2017

Kim Severson and The Cross Syndicate’s Cooley Cross Border pulled off a wire-to-wire win of the Adequan USEA Gold Cup Advanced this weekend at the Cloud 11/Gavilan North Carolina International CIC & Horse Trials.

On the flat, the 10-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Diamond Roller x Whos Diaz) earned a 27.2 after a fluid test on Friday.

“He’s been a little nervous about being in the ring, I think he’s had a big learning curve recently, so he sort of worries about that a little bit. I came here two weeks ago and did two combined tests on him. It got him in the ring twice which was really really helpful,” Severson explained.

March 25, 2017

At just 22-years-old Caroline Martin has scooped up her first CIC3* win after nailing a double clear cross-country round with Sherrie Martin’s The Apprentice today at the Cloud 11/Gavilan North CIC & Horse Trials.

Making it around Ian Stark’s big bold track in six minutes and 41 seconds proved a tall order for the Adequan USEA Gold Cup competitors, all except the winning combination. Of the 52 starters, Martin and “Dirk” were the only pair to come home within the time, a first for the 13-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Casado x Funny Girl) at the CIC3* level.

March 24, 2017

Dubbed a “one rail horse at CICs” yesterday by jockey Clark Montgomery, Loughan Glen cleared his name today delivering a double clear show jump round to snatch the lead of the three-star division at the Cloud 11/Gavilan North Carolina International CIC & Horse Trials.

“He felt super. He was really energetic and full of pop,” Montgomery said of the 14-year-old Irish Sport Horse (Limerick x Tattymacall Mustard) owned by himself, Jessica Montgomery, Katheryn Kraft, and Holly and William Becker. “He jumped good on the grass. He’s used to the grass because of England, so that was no problem.”

March 23, 2017

No one was surprised to see Allison Springer and the Arthur Syndicate’s Arthur end the day squarely atop the Adequan USEA Gold Cup CIC3* standings after the first phase of competition at the Cloud 11/Gavilan North Carolina International CIC & Horse Trials. Defending champions, the pair handily earned 40.7 penalty points from judges Christina Klingspor (SWE) and Robert Stevenson (USA), a three-point improvement from their winning test in 2016.

With a smile, Springer fondly refers to Arthur as the, “longest steady thing in my life,” and together they are one of the most experienced pairs in the group, having completed 37 FEI events together since their international debut at the one-star level in 2005.

March 22, 2017

It has been a blustery start to the $65,000 Cloud 11/Gavilan North Carolina International CIC & Horse Trials as wind whipped around the dressage arenas today, giving the first Adequan USEA Gold Cup CIC3* competitors an extra challenge on the flat. Ladies landed the top three spots after day one with Jennie Brannigan in first (41.50), Hannah Sue Burnett in second (43.10) and Caroline Martin in third (44.30).

March 22, 2017

The spring season is now in full swing after Hannah Sue Burnett and Selena O’Hanlon snapped up Adequan USEA Gold Cup wins two weeks ago at Red Hills International Horse Trials. Next up on the calendar is the Cloud Eleven-Gavilan North LLC Carolina International CIC & HT. In addition to the CIC3* and Advanced Gold Cup divisions, the Southern Pines, N.C. venue will also host Training through Intermediate levels alongside the other one- and two-star international levels.

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March 21, 2017

The Winona Horse Trials (Area VIII) is pleased to announce the addition of the Future Event Horse classes. Whether you're looking to qualify for the USEA Future Event Horse Championships or you simply want to get your youngsters out and about, this is the show for you. The classes are for yearlings, 2- and 3-year-olds and the NEW class for 4-year-olds which will include an undersaddle portion. Classes will begin at approximately at 3:00 P.M. Friday, May 12th.

In addition, there will also be an Intercollegiate Team Challenge

March 20, 2017

With just a hair over two months to go until the second annual USEA Intercollegiate Championship, schools up and down the east coast (and farther!) are buzzing with excitement. Held again at the Virginia Horse Trials May 25-28, Event Organizer Andy Bowles joins us on the podcast to share all the details of the championship and give us a preview of all the excitement the VHT team has planned. Listen to hear what’s in store and who is coming! 

Is your team planning to compete at the championship? Schools must be affiliated with the USEA. Click here to see if your school’s affiliate membership is up to date. 

March 20, 2017

With just a hair over two months to go until the second annual USEA Intercollegiate Championship, schools up and down the east coast (and farther!) are buzzing with excitement. Held again at the Virginia Horse Trials May 25-28, Event Organizer Andy Bowles joins us on the podcast to share all the details of the championship and give us a preview of all the excitement the VHT team has planned. Listen to hear what’s in store and who is coming! 

Is your team planning to compete at the championship? Schools must be affiliated with the USEA. Click here to see if your school’s affiliate membership is up to date. 

March 20, 2017

The warm up at a competition can often feel overwhelming. With horses circling, steward’s calling, and adrenaline pumping, it can be hard recalling all the proper etiquette, so it’s best to review before you head to the show! Following these guidelines can help the competition run more smoothly and safely for everyone.

March 17, 2017

The Charles Owen Technical Merit Award exists to encourage safe and appropriate cross-country technique. At events around the country, training level riders are judged against set criteria which includes gallop, preparation, execution of jump, rider position and general impressions. Judges, who must be either Level III or IV ICP certified, USEF Licensed Eventing Officials or USET Senior Team Riders, reward the top riders who excel at these skills.

The first award was given last month at Pine Top Farm’s Advanced Horse Trial in Thomson, Ga where Katie Mays and Margot Luria were recognized for their demonstration of effective and safe cross-country riding.

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