It’s shaping up to be one of those weekends where you need a weekend to recover from it. There are early season events happening all over the place, as well as awards banquets, clinics, and the US Pony Club Annual Meeting. I have to admit, I’m getting a late start on being excited and anxious about this year. I haven’t done much of anything since Halloween but the energy has been building steadily and is getting me inspired. I figure by February 1st, there will be enough light for me to actually, seriously, really ride after work instead of just goof around. I guess I better start hitting the gym and find my full-seats. I expect that my pony might be a bit fresh when we get back to work!
The USEA’s “Evaluation of the Young Event Horse Prospect” Symposium is FREE for USEA members. Taking place in Ocala, Florida February 16-18, this educational event is ideal for anyone interested in breeding, handling, buying, riding and evaluating young event horses. A full schedule will be available the week before the seminar to those who pre-register. [Schedule of Topics] [Panelists] [Sign Up]