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Most eventers recognize a licensed official as their judge, technical delegate or cross-country course designer, but many haven’t considered how these officials found themselves in those roles. The path to becoming licensed is often long, undulating and expensive, and yet these individuals do it to keep the sport alive for years to come. In this series, we explore what exactly it takes to become a licensed official. Next we look at an Eventing Judge.
Original Post Date: 02/14/2017 - 08:32   |   Last Updated: 2017:02:15 16:45:04

Most eventers recognize a licensed official as their judge, technical delegate or cross-country course designer, but many haven’t considered how these officials found themselves in those roles. The path to becoming licensed is often long, undulating and expensive, and yet these individuals do it to keep the sport alive for years to come. In this series, we explore what exactly it takes to become a licensed official. Next up, Technical Delegate.
Original Post Date: 02/02/2017 - 08:39   |   Last Updated: 2017:02:02 08:39:31

Due to an event cancellation, the location of the USEF Licensed Officials Final Examination has been relocated to the Richland Park Horse Trials in Richland, Mich. August 24-27, 2017 and is open to all prospective “r”, “R”, “S” Eventing Judges, Technical Delegates, and Cross-Country Course Designers.What: All Levels Final ExaminationWho: Prospective “r”, “R”, “S” Eventing Judges, Technical Delegates, and Cross-Country Course DesignersWhere: Richland Park Horse Trials, Richland, Mich.
Original Post Date: 01/31/2017 - 10:03   |   Last Updated: 2017:01:31 14:05:12

Most eventers recognize a licensed official as their judge, technical delegate or cross-country course designer, but many haven’t considered how these officials found themselves in those roles. The path to becoming licensed is often long, undulating and expensive, and yet these individuals do it to keep the sport alive for years to come. In this series, we explore what exactly it takes to become a licensed official. Next up, Event Organizer and Secretary.
Original Post Date: 01/23/2017 - 14:51   |   Last Updated: 2017:01:26 13:13:49

Original Post Date: 01/20/2017 - 13:51   |   Last Updated: 2017:01:20 13:51:43

Most eventers recognize a licensed official as their judge, technical delegate or cross-country course designer, but many haven’t considered how these officials found themselves in those roles. The path to becoming licensed is often long, undulating and expensive, and yet these individuals do it to keep the sport alive for years to come. In this series, we explore what exactly it takes to become a licensed official. First up, cross-country course designer.
Original Post Date: 01/11/2017 - 10:17   |   Last Updated: 2017:02:01 15:34:39

Original Post Date: 11/08/2016 - 10:00   |   Last Updated: 2017:02:07 11:07:14

USEF Proposed Rule Changes Available The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) proposed rule changes for consideration by the USEF Board of Directors at the 2017 USEF Annual Meeting are now available to view in the Rule Changes section of the USEF website. Members may submit their comments by logging in to their My USEF My Way accounts. 
Original Post Date: 11/03/2016 - 15:49   |   Last Updated: 2016:11:03 16:06:23

I've never met an eventer without an opinion. We are all obsessed with our horses and our sport and will freely provide our thoughts on eventing-related topics to anyone who will listen. But, too few of us direct this enthusiasm to the sport's most crucial feedback mechanisms - the event and officials evaluations.
Original Post Date: 11/03/2016 - 10:22   |   Last Updated: 2016:11:03 10:45:04

Original Post Date: 10/27/2016 - 10:17   |   Last Updated: 2017:02:07 11:20:23

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