Live from Montana: How to Follow The Event at Rebecca Farm

Photo by Shannon Brinkman Photography.

It’s JOG DAY IN MONTANA and yes I am so excited that I just broke the rules and typed in call caps for longer than socially acceptable.

While I am not on the ground at Rebecca Farm this week, our own Allie Heninger is, and she’ll be our eyes and ears all week long, publishing daily Reporter’s Notebooks and keeping us up to speed on social media. Speaking of, you may have noticed we’ve tackled competition coverage from a different angle at recent events (take a peek at Veronica Green-Gott’s Maryland Horse Trials notebooks here if you aren’t up to speed). As a way to introduce new reporters to the insanity that is event coverage, we opted to encourage them to take in the event with their own eyes, rather than sending them with a cookie cutter formula.

So, I’d love to know: what do you think? Should we do more “reporter’s notebook” style reporting at events? Share your opinion in the poll — it’s always useful for us to know what you like to see.

At any rate, you can also follow Rebecca Farm from afar thanks to a complimentary live stream from Horse & Country. You can click here to bookmark the main hub for the H&C live stream — you do not need to purchase a pass or a subscription to watch. You can also watch live stream on Ride On Video’s website.

The action kicks off today (Wednesday) at 3:30 p.m. EST / 1:30 p.m. local (MST) time with the First Horse Inspection for all FEI divisions. At 6:00 p.m. EST / 4:00 p.m. local time, the Classic Three-Day Divisions will have their First Horse Inspection. Dressage will begin on Thursday, but the majority of the FEI divisions will not begin competition until Friday. All divisions will run cross country Saturday, followed by show jumping on Sunday.

[Click here to view the full event schedule]

If you’re in the area, the event can always use a few more volunteers! Click here to see what positions are available (or check with the Volunteer Coordinator on site to see how you can be helpful!).

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