All Signs Point West: 19 Riders Receive Rebecca Farm Travel Grants

Taylor McFall and Stoneman. Photo by Shannon Brinkman Photography.

Each year, riders are given the opportunity to apply for travel grants to offset costs to get to Kalispell, MT for the legendary Event at Rebecca Farm. Administered by the USEA Foundation and hosted by the Broussard family, these grants are just one way the family continues to support the sport of eventing — riders will also have a chance to interview before a committee for the Rebecca Broussard Developing Rider Grants given out at the end of the year.

A total of 19 riders will receive financial support to assist with travel costs for competition in the 3* or 4* divisions next week at Rebecca Farm. Congratulations to:

  • Ashley Adams
  • Helen Alliston
  • James Alliston
  • Amber Birtcil
  • Aimee Bowers
  • Sophie Click
  • Gina Economou
  • Jordan Linstedt-Granquist
  • Heather Gillette
  • Marc Grandia
  • Taren Hoffos
  • Emilee Libby
  • Andrew McConnon
  • Taylor McFall
  • Liz Halliday Sharp
  • Alyssa Phillips
  • Lucia Strini
  • Madison Temkin
  • Skyeler Voss

We’re keen to get on the ground next week, and Allie Heninger will be taking the reins for EN all week from on site. If you can’t be there yourself, you will be able to follow along live at no cost on Horse & Country. Click here to bookmark the live stream page and click here to view the tentative event schedule. We’ll be back with much more, so stay tuned!

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