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The Worth The Trust Scholarship is important to me so that I can continue to follow my lifelong dream of becoming a good horseperson. Owning, training, and eventing has been my dream since I was a child. At that time, I saved every Christmas and birthday gift and all my babysitting money to take riding lessons at a local eventing barn in central New Jersey. I worked for lessons and tried to pick up any ride I could. I had a long hiatus from riding through college, graduate school, and my early career.
Original Post Date: 09/29/2018 - 07:55   |   Last Updated: 2018:09:29 08:29:04

The USEA is now accepting nominations for the 2018 USEA Appreciation Awards. This is an opportunity for the sport to recognize those horses and riders who excelled in eventing throughout the year and honor the very important people who have served the sport tirelessly both in a non-riding capacity and riding capacity during their golden years. 
Original Post Date: 09/26/2018 - 15:51   |   Last Updated: 2018:09:26 15:51:32

Applications for the 2019 Worth the Trust Educational and Sports Psychology Scholarships are due in two weeks on Monday, October 1. Since 2000, the Worth the Trust Scholarships for young adults and adult amateurs have provided financial assistance for the purpose of pursuing continued education in eventing, thanks to the generosity of Joan Iversen Goswell. The funds may be used for training opportunities such as clinics, working student positions, and private or group instruction, or to learn from an official, course designer, technical delegate, judge, veterinarian, or organizer.
Original Post Date: 09/18/2018 - 14:04   |   Last Updated: 2018:09:18 14:14:47

Eventing is addictive, and I have resigned myself to the fact that I can’t kick the habit. The reason for my addiction is my horse. Her name is Rosie Red, and as her classy name may depict, she is an off-track Thoroughbred. I bought her as a four-year-old from Suffolk Downs in Boston. A risky choice, but I guess we eventers like risk. Rosie is eleven now and we are still learning the art of eventing together.
Original Post Date: 09/05/2018 - 13:05   |   Last Updated: 2018:09:05 13:05:08

In the world of sports there is a term referred to as second wind, defined as the ability of an athlete to summon strength and perseverance following exhaustion and fatigue. In the world of eventing, and any other equestrian sport for that matter, we would be hard pressed to apply a more fitting word to a community of such dedicated athletes. These two principles, second wind and community, became a guiding theme throughout the year and in my decision to re-apply for the 2013 Worth The Trust Scholarship.
Original Post Date: 08/24/2018 - 12:50   |   Last Updated: 2018:08:24 12:50:47

My name is Carla VanEffen. I am 45 years old, wife and mother of two, and I am applying for the Worth The Trust Adult Amateur Scholarship. The definition of trust is “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something.” This describes the relationship I have with my 8-year-old Thoroughbred gelding Remastered or “Remy,” my equine partner for the last two years. This paper will detail the four reasons that I think Remy and I are excellent candidates for this scholarship.
Original Post Date: 08/10/2018 - 11:59   |   Last Updated: 2018:08:10 12:00:51

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Original Post Date: 08/09/2018 - 11:53   |   Last Updated: 2018:10:02 14:23:13

For years, the Royal Dutch Warmblood Association of North America (KWPN-NA) has been renowned for its expansive awards programs for dressage and hunter/jumpers. Now, with assistance from the United States Eventing Association (USEA), the KWPN-NA has expanded these award programs to recognize Dutch horses competing in eventing.The KWPN-NA awards program for eventing is two-fold: high-score awards for competitors at individual events, as well as a lucrative year-end recognition program.
Original Post Date: 06/11/2018 - 14:01   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:12 08:39:24

Eventing is a challenging sport for both the body and the mind, and the three different phases of competition test the rider’s intelligence, bravery, and skill. No matter what level a rider competes at, they may experience obstacles such as loss of confidence, fear of injury, or the inability to focus or to perform under pressure, and often riders are unaware of the bad habits that stand in the way of their path to success.
Original Post Date: 06/05/2018 - 08:08   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:05 08:43:31

The following horses and riders have been awarded Eventing Medals during the 2018 competition year. Medals may be earned during more than one competition year, but will be listed in the year they are awarded. Multiple entries in the same levels are listed once.As of November 1, 2018 BEGINNER NOVICE LEVELBRONZE LEVEL
Original Post Date: 05/24/2018 - 17:00   |   Last Updated: 2018:11:07 09:15:16

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