The USEA’s Young Event Horse and Future Event Horse Program are growing and gaining in popularity thanks both to the hard work of organizers and the continued educational offerings from the USEA. In this vein,...» Read More!
The USEA has just wrapped up the 2018 Educational Symposium in Ocala, Florida. Hosted at both the Ocala Jockey Club and Longwood Farm South, the four-day Symposium spotlighted the USEA Young Event Horse...» Read More!
Aug. 25-27 was a busy weekend for pastoral Town Hill Farm in Lakeville, Connecticut. Horse Trials and Area 1 Championships ran on Saturday and Sunday, but the fun actually kicked off on Friday with the...» Read More!
Earl & Jen McFall’s young OTTB through the jump chute at the Priefert USEA FEH jump chute clinic. Nokomis Photography photo. #USEA #FEH #freejump #dragonfirefarm A photo posted by @useventing on May 22, 2016 at...» Read More!
The Oxford English Dictionary, the definitive historical dictionary of the English language, dates the first use of the noun scribe to 1377, and its first use for someone who “writes at another’s dictation” to 1513....» Read More!
The Young Event Horse series here in the U.S. is a growing program, and one that is an integral part of producing the next generation of eventing stars. All over the country, young horses who...» Read More!
Girls ruled the day at the USEA Future Event Horse East Coast Championships held Sunday in chilly, brisk conditions that forced the competition indoors at Loch Moy Farm in Adamstown, Md. Two fillies, Ever So Clever...» Read More!
My husband woke me up from a light nap at 2am May 13, 2013. “It’s time,” he said. “She’s been restless the last twenty minutes, and she’s down for good now.” Sure enough, looking at...» Read More!
Hang in there, Aiken friends! Reader Carrie Wehle (Rochester, New York) submitted this photo, saying, “Sight for sore eyes in Aiken after a week without power.” After this winter storm from hell, I think we...» Read More!
With rough winter weather flogging much of the country, it’s definitely a good year be in the south. Many snowbirds flock to Florida for the ability to ride, train, and compete in the winter, but...» Read More!