The Business of Taking A Team to NAJYRC

Meg Kepferle, chef d'equipe of Area II, after the First Horse Inspection at 2015 Adequan FEI NAJYRC at the Kentucky Horse Park

Meg Kepferle, chef d’equipe of Area II, after the First Horse Inspection at 2015 Adequan FEI NAJYRC at the Kentucky Horse Park

Even if Area II didn’t have a reputation for walking away with all the medals lately, they’re still the team we all secretly want to hang out with – they just seem to be having so much dang fun all the time!

And Sinead and Meg are like the coolest older girls at school we all idolised, except here at NAJYRC they’re sharing all their secrets with you and letting you join in on all the best times with them – doesn’t get much better than that!

All of this comes at a price though, and what perhaps few of us realise is quite how hard Meg works behind the scenes and pretty much all year round to make the kids’ journey here as cost-effective and also as fair as possible. Meg kindly sat down with us to chat about how she raises funds and balances the budget, and also a little bit about her own hopes and dreams for the future!

Go Meg, Go Area II, Go NAJYRC and Go Eventing!

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