Monday News & Notes from Futuretrack

Photo via Kim Severson on Facebook.

Now here’s a cool little throwback to start your week! Kim Severson posed for a quick photo with her cross country vest from the 2004 Olympics in Athens, where she and the famous Winsome Adante won individual silver and team bronze. “What a fun surprise!” Kim wrote on her social media. “I found two of my Team USA vests on display at the local tack shop, one of which was from the 2004 Athens Olympics. It’s always a good day to remember those special moments with Winsome Adante!”

Weekend Results:

Grand Oaks H.T. (Weirsdale, Fl.): [Website] [Final Scores]

Stable View Aiken Opener H.T. (Aiken, Sc.): [Website] [Final Scores]

Monday News & Readding:

Let’s get to know the USEA areas! The U.S. is split up into 10 eventing regions, and this new series kicks off with a profile on Area 1. Read more here.

Honestly, we could all use a Bobby in our lives. Meet the 35-year-old eventing pony who won his last outing (a 30cm lead-line class, which honestly we need here!), and Bobby’s six-year-old partner Amy is hoping to repeat the feat in 2022. Read more about this adorable duo here.

Take a look back at this year’s US Equestrian Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony with photos from the evening’s awardees.

Have you heard of Ebony Horsewomen yet? This incredible organization based in Hartford, Connecticut is striving to help the local community improve its mental health with the help of horses. Learn more about the work Ebony Horsewomen is doing in this video.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might not be heading for a Super Bowl repeat, but luckily linebacker Devin White has plenty of fun to fill his off-season: riding his horses. He sat down for a chat with veteran sports journalist Erin Andrews all about his love of horses earlier this month. You can read more about Devin and his horses on Horse Nation here.

Video Break:

Boyd Martin was reunited with his Rio Olympic partner, Blackfoot Mystery, during a clinic in Texas earlier this month: