2014 Highlight Videos from Coast to Coast

We've enjoyed sharing 2014 eventing recap videos from riders around the country. In case you missed the videos for Julie Wolfert and Jordan Linstedt, you can watch them here and here. Today each region of the country is well represented with highlight videos from riders on the East Coast, West Coast, and the Midwest.

Jade Anderson, Amicor (Lucy) and Holly Malcom at Chattahoochee Hills. Photo by Meredith Crow Jade Anderson, Amicor (Lucy) and Holly Malcom at Chattahoochee Hills. Photo by Meredith Crow

Jade Anderson Eventing is based in Newnan, Georgia at Happy Valley Farm. Jade and her students, easily spotted at events wearing matching “Powered by Anderson” t-shirts, have had a busy year! JAE photographer Meredith Crow put together a slideshow of photos full of smiling faces for the JAE Christmas party, and we’re happy to share it with you now!

Jenny Holbrook of Lodestar Training is an event trainer based in Monroe, Washington, and 2014 has been full of big accomplishments for Jenny and her team.

“This year one of my students who started with me jumping cross rails at age 11 and is now 17 competed in the Training Three-Day at Rebecca Farm and finished seventh. She then successfully made the move up to Preliminary at Aspen Farms in September, finishing third,” Jenny told EN. “We work hard and of course always have fun no matter what, I cannot say enough good things about our team!”

Samantha Fogg, of Kansas City, Missouri, sent us a video with pictures from all her horse trials and Pony club events throughout the year. She and her horse Wishful Thinking compete at the Novice level, and this year they were sixth at the USPC National Championship and seventh in the Novice Junior Rider division at AEC. Congratulations, Samantha and thanks for sharing your video!

Looking back on the year is such a nice way to savor the good memories with friends and a surefire way to get pumped up for the 2015 season! If you have your own recap video to share, send a link to [email protected].

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