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Amidst the humid air, glaring sun, and ninety-degree summer heat, nine horses proved their weight in gold at Loch Moy Farm’s Future Event Horse (FEH) jump chute clinic on Thursday, July 5 in Adamstown, Md. Following the day after Independence Day, it was no coincidence that the majority of young horses were American bred. The United States Eventing Association (USEA) FEH program aims to shed light on American breeding programs that produce upper level event horses.
Original Post Date: 07/12/2018 - 14:29   |   Last Updated: 2018:07:12 14:29:31

Original Post Date: 07/02/2018 - 15:06   |   Last Updated: 2018:07:02 15:06:39

Power, speed, agility, and heart; traces of Thoroughbred blood can be found in almost every top event horse. So, what happens when a horse with 100 percent blood, known as the full Thoroughbred, is taken up the levels of eventing? With a program built around exactly that, Meghan O’Donoghue knows a thing or two about how to produce a young Thoroughbred into a top event horse.
Original Post Date: 06/30/2018 - 07:03   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:30 07:03:55

The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Future Event Horse (FEH) Championships are less than three months away, but there’s still time to get qualified! With many events still on the FEH calendar be sure to support your local events and attend a qualifier in time for the championships.
Original Post Date: 06/25/2018 - 08:16   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:25 08:16:39

The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Young Event Horse (YEH) Championships are four months away and there’s still plenty of time to earn qualifications to compete! With prestigious prizes at stake like the Holekamp/Turner Grant, young horses with upper-level eventing potential are sure to have the 2018 YEH Championships marked on their competition calendars.
Original Post Date: 06/18/2018 - 08:00   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:21 14:14:57

‘Age is nothing but a number’ and this phrase can resonate with eventers due to the factors that affect young horses. So, what common factors did Blackfoot Mystery, Truly Wiley, D.A. Duras, and Happenstance all have? Kelly Prather. Compassionate, patient, knowledgeable, and experienced, Prather is an eventing professional that anyone should not walk but run to when identifying a young event horse.
Original Post Date: 06/16/2018 - 09:47   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:16 09:47:50

Original Post Date: 06/11/2018 - 10:12   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:11 10:13:47

The Holekamp/Turner Grant is just a few months away from being awarded to the next U.S. Young Event Horse star to represent the United States at the 2018 FEI World Breeding Eventing Championships for Young Horses at Le Mondial du Lion d’Angers in France. In 2012, the USEA announced that this new grant would be aimed at supporting a pipeline of developing horses for the U.S. Eventing Team.
Original Post Date: 06/05/2018 - 14:16   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:05 16:44:29

Original Post Date: 06/04/2018 - 09:15   |   Last Updated: 2018:06:04 09:15:25

“The gallop, the jump, and the blood” are three components Phyllis Dawson looks for when she intends to breed an upper level event horse. Dawson has a long list of eventing achievements and one of them includes the success of her breeding program out of her own farm, Windchase.
Original Post Date: 05/25/2018 - 08:00   |   Last Updated: 2018:05:25 08:42:45


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