The 2019 US Equestrian Annual Meeting kicks off today in West Palm Beach, Florida, featuring a five-day lineup of informational and educational opportunities as well as the annual awards gala. The meeting takes place at...» Read More!
On the heels of the USEF’s naming of Phillip Dutton as the 2016 Equestrian of the Year, the HND Group’s Mighty Nice has now been crowned the 2016 International Horse of the Year. Mighty Nice,...» Read More!
You may have noticed that the United States Equestrian Federation website and social media pages are looking significantly different this week. That’s because on Wednesday, incoming President Murray Kessler unveiled the organization’s “refreshed identity” as...» Read More!
The USEF launched a new video website, the US Equestrian Learning Center, yesterday aimed at educating equestrians of all disciplines and skill levels — eventers, included. From the website: Whether you’re new to equestrian sport,...» Read More!
The USEF just announced that David O’Connor will serve as the Eventing Technical Advisor for the U.S. Eventing Team for the next two years with a focus on the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon,...» Read More!
The United States Equestrian Federation has released a statement in response to the most recent proposed changes to eventing set forth by the FEI. The formal response is as follows: “As a community and a...» 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!
Cindy Deporter has filed a civil lawsuit against the United States Equestrian Federation....» Read More!
The USEF has just named Colleen Rutledge and Covert Rights as additional members of the U.S. Nations Cup team that will be competing in the CICO3* at Aachen this week. This announcement comes on the...» Read More!
The latest list of USEF competition grants is chock full of talent, and we’re gearing up for what’s sure to be a thrilling fall season overseas. The USEF has just announced the competition grants for...» Read More!
The USEF has just released the rankings of the alternates for the U.S. Pan American Games Eventing team. The first ranked alternate, Jennie Brannigan and Cambalda are hot off a win in the CIC3* at Great...» Read More!
Hot on the heels of last night’s announcement of the Pan American Games team and alternates, the USEF has also released the recipients of Land Rover Competition Grants for this spring and summer. Two grants...» Read More!
The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived: the USEF has just named the team members and alternates for the 2015 Pan American Games, to be held in July in Toronto. With Team...» Read More!
The USEF announced today that it is accepting bids to host a leg of the 2016 FEI Nations Cup Eventing Series here on U.S. soil, which would be a huge step forward for eventing in North America....» Read More!
The USEF Pegasus Awards Dinner was held Friday night at the USEF Annual Meeting in Lexington, Kentucky, honoring equestrians across all disciplines for their achievements in 2014. Then the 2014 USEF Horses of the Year...» Read More!
The USEF Pegasus Awards Dinner at the USEF Annual Meeting in Lexington, Kentucky opened last night with an cool highlight reel of memorable moments throughout 2014. Post by United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). Call us...» Read More!
There’s much excitement in the U.S. eventing community today after last night’s announcement that Leslie Law has been named the new USEF Eventing Developing Rider Coach to oversee the Eventing 25 and Eventing 18 programs....» Read More!
USEF Eventing High Performance has announced that Leslie Law is the new USEF Eventing Developing Rider Coach who will oversee the Eventing 25 and Eventing 18 programs. “This is an exciting next step for the program,” U.S. Eventing Team...» Read More!
How do you really know if your horse is fit enough for your next competition? It’s a question that torments every eventer, from the lower-level rider all the way through to the pros who are legging...» Read More!
The USEF has just announced the participants for the upcoming Eventing 25 program. This program is entering its third year, and participants are defined as riders (25 and under) who have achieved a qualifying result...» Read More!
The USEF has made an announcement today that the use of helmet cams has been prohibited at all USEF licensed and/or endorsed competitions. This ban is pending the completion of an independent expert report examining...» Read More!
The USEF announced today that it is now accepting proposals for a USEF Eventing Developing Rider Coach to work under the oversight Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor. This coach will be responsible for overseeing and assisting...» Read More!
The USEA Board of Governors has proposed a change to USEF rule EV140 that would increase cross country speeds and show jumping heights at the Beginner Novice, Novice and Training levels. The #291-14 rule change proposal, which...» Read More!