Despite the heat and the bugs, all the babies at last week’s Future Event Horse qualifier at Loch Moy Farm in Maryland were happy and bouncing around. Even the hot weather didn’t slow these youngsters down as they gave...» Read More!
The USEA’s Young Event Horse Program is a key part to producing future superstars in the sport of eventing. With Young Event Horse symposiums and competitions all over the country, there is ample opportunity to...» Read More!
The three-day USEA Evaluation of a Young Event Horse Prospect Symposium in Ocala wrapped up yesterday with a classroom session....» Read More!
The first day of the USEA’s Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse Symposium kicked off at the lovely Longwood Farm in Reddick, Florida, today. The morning sessions were in a classroom format that examined conformation...» 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!
The youngsters came out to play on Wednesday at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Mont. Thirty-eight horses participated in this year’s Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) classes. In the Five Year Old...» Read More!
Guess what? GMHA is hosting the Young/Future/New Event Horse Program! Where: South Woodstock, Vt. If you’ve never been, you’ll want to check it out....» Read More!
While Monday primarily focused on Future Event Horse judging and conformation at the USEA Young Event Horse Seminar [Day 1 recap], Tuesday’s session was all about the Young Event Horses and under saddle performance. The...» Read More!
I had great fortune to attend the USEA’s Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse educational seminar in Ocala, FL. The first day’s session concentrated on conformation and movement, with judging and evaluation of...» Read More!