You can tell when a rider knows they just had the ride of a lifetime — it’s written all over their face! Throughout last year the USEA did a bang-up job of capturing those moments...» Read More!
Great news is coming from the USEA this morning as they have announced the $25,000 fundraising goal for cross country safety research proposed by Ms. Jacqueline Mars has been met. Ms. Mars generously pledged $25,000...» Read More!
Each year, the USEA hosts Instructor’s Certification Program (ICP) symposiums for aspiring eventing coaches on both the East and West coasts. The ICP program is a useful resource both for coaches and for riders —...» Read More!
The USEA has unveiled the latest USEF rule changes that will be discussed at this December’s USEA Annual Meeting and Convention in Washington D.C., and put forward to the USEF Eventing Technical Committee for discussion at that...» Read More!
I admit it: I have frequently demonstrated my infinite curiosity and eventing nerd-ness in numerous situations. I try to limit my ramblings to those who share similar interests and appreciate my propensity for studying our...» Read More!
There are times when your goal is solely to stay in the ring. That’s it. Just stay in the ring. This is not my attempt at modesty. Nor my attempt of crediting the horse for...» Read More!
The USEA Equine Cardiopulmonary Research Group has been working hard to collect important data that will aid the insight we have into cardiac issues in our equine athletes. They are conducting a study at New...» Read More!
Hot of the presses — the USEA has just announced eight new inductees to the USEA Eventing Hall of Fame to join the other 32 icons of the sport who have achieved this honor. The...» Read More!
After a successful seminar at Rolex in 2014, the USEA announced that The Event College, an educational seminar presented by the USEA’s Professional Horseman’s Council, will be returning to Kentucky this year. The Event College...» Read More!
The USEA recently kicked off a great series of articles authored by Joe Verga celebrating the 2000-2010 decade of eventing highs. The first two articles recalled the glory of David O’Connor winning gold at the...» Read More!
The USEA announced the creation of the Windfall Trophy today, an award presented to the USEA registered stallion with the most leaderboard points at the Preliminary level and above each year. This award is designed...» Read More!
The USEA Board of Governors published a fact sheet this afternoon outlining some modifications to the redrawing of the Area VIII borders approved at the USEA Annual Meeting in December. Accommodations have been made for...» Read More!
Many (but hopefully not too many) readers can relate to my afternoon yesterday: I was nonchalantly checking my email when I read the following message:...» Read More!
Each month, the USEA publishes some tips and wisdom from Coach Daniel Stewart, who has worked with many equestrians at the top of their game to help them improve their mental fortitude. Daniel has given...» Read More!
Three area borders have been redrawn along state lines after an amendment to the USEA’s bylaws was approved at the Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, Texas, earlier this month. That puts Pennsylvania in Area II,...» Read More!
As the USEA begins planning ahead for the 2016 competition season, host sites interested in hosting the Nutrena American Eventing Championships beginning in 2016 are encouraged to submit expressions of interest. While the AECs have...» Read More!
The USEA’s Cross Country Design and Fence Construction Safety Task Force formed in June following Ben Winter and Jordan McDonald’s deaths released its initial findings and opinions on safety in the sport in the Board...» Read More!
The USEF has implemented several rule changes that went into effect on Dec. 1. You can reference the existing Rule Book here, and we’ve outlined the portions of each rule that have changed below. EV106:...» Read More!
Eventers from all over the country will be converging upon Fort Worth, Texas this week for the 2014 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention. The convention always welcomes riders of all levels, and it’s a great...» Read More!
The Young Event Horse series here in the U.S. is a growing program, and one that is an integral part of producing the next generation of eventing stars. All over the country, young horses who...» Read More!
Congratulations to Beginner Novice Team Just Get Over It, who won the Area IV Adult Team Challenge at Heritage Park Horse Trials! Geri Washausen sent us this picture of the team, sporting their team shirts, new...» Read More!
Eventers will once again converge upon Texas as the USEA Annual Meeting and Convention is slated to be held in Dallas from December 3-7. EN has covered the convention in years past and will do so...» Read More!
The week of the American Eventing Championships is almost upon us, and the event is looking like it’s going to be a great time for everyone who plans to attend. In addition to the Adequan...» Read More!