US Equestrian Eventing has a few standard rule changes approved for the 2022 competition year coming into effect on December 1, 2021. A complete list of the approved rule changes can be found here, but we’ve...» Read More!
Kjirsten Lee, both a lawyer specializing in equine law and a horse owner/competitor, introduces the new 2016 changes in vaccine requirements. Keep on top of the new rules! View the 2016 USEF Rulebook. We are...» Read More!
The Rule Change Open Forum at the USEA Annual Meeting and Convention is typically well attended and inspires impassioned discussion about rules....» Read More!
Barefoot event horses may soon be able to don protective hoofwear in the dressage ring thanks to a rule change proposal submitted to the USEF by David Wilson, owner of Flying High Stables, that could...» Read More!
I live for cross country. I would argue that most die-hard and thrill seeking event riders would share similar feelings towards this sport. Cross country seems particularly amazing when you’re sitting on a horse who...» Read More!
The official rulebook is important, but there are a few aspects of eventing you’ve just got to learn on your own. Here are a few unwritten, unspoken lessons I’ve learned, a few of them the...» Read More!
Have you ever been in a grocery store, Best Buy, Kmart, or a local cafe and seen an infant that you thought was absolutely hideous looking? I mean, you actually thought how could someone reasonably...» Read More!