Last Call for American Eventing Championships Entries!

Eric Dierks and Magical Monte gallop by the river at TIEC. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld. Eric Dierks and Magical Monte gallop by the river at TIEC. Photo by Leslie Threlkeld.

On the fence about whether to put in your entry for the 2016 American Eventing Championships (Aug. 31 – Sept.4)? Let’s make a pros and cons list:

PROS

Fun championship atmosphere
Horsey road trips are the best (check out the USEA’s Ride Share Listings if you need a travel bud)
The Tryon International Equestrian Center looks super swanky
NASA quality cross country turf (Leslie Threlkeld got a sneak peak of the course here)
Loads of prizes from the USEA’s great sponsors
Chance to win chunk of a $100,000 purse

CONS

Hmmm …

Bottom line: If you’re qualified (see qualified horses and qualified riders), do eeettt! And soon, because entries close today, Aug. 16 — visit Xentry to complete your entry. Competitors can check their entry status here

Not riding but want to get involved? The event also needs volunteers — click here for more information.

For more information visit the AECs website here.

AECs

[Friends, Fun and Fierce Competition: AEC Entries Close TODAY!]

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