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!
After considering applications for riders interested in the Eventing 18 program for 2015, the USEF has named its selections for participants. These young riders will participate in training sessions with Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor. Training...» Read More!
The fall eventing season is almost upon us, and the USEF has just announced the recipients of grants for European competition. Grants were available for competition at Burghley (CCI4*), Blenheim Palace (CCI3*), Pau (CCI4*), and...» Read More!
The United States Equestrian Federation looks to be taking a page from British Eventing’s book in its list of administrative penalties for June, which issued fines to two USEF judges for comments made last year...» Read More!
Will Connell, the current British Equestrian Federation Performance Director, has been named the new USEF Director of Sport Programs after an extensive search to fill the position, the USEF announced this morning. Will has served...» Read More!
I’ve been feeling particularly artistic lately, what with my recent art show in Minneapolis and recent addition to Eventing Nation’s (in)Famous illustrated series. Aside from my own art, one of my pastimes is surfing the internet...» Read More!
The USEF has just released the names on the High Performance Summer and Fall Training Lists. The horses and riders listed in each section will participate in training sessions with Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor on...» Read More!
From Colleen: A trip to Normandy has been on the minds of many upper level riders for months and months, and the anticipation is coming to an end in a few short weeks. An integral...» Read More!
In November, the USEF announced that a show jumping coach would be brought on to assist the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team in their training. In a press release issued today, Silvio Mazzoni was named...» Read More!
USEF’s Equestrian Magazine released its inaugural 30 Under 30 list last week, and scanning through it is like reading Who’s Who of eventing. It’s exciting to see so many eventers and young professionals working in...» Read More!
Coming on the heels of the first Eventing 18/Advancing Athletes training sessions in Ocala, the USEF and USEA have joined forces to revamp the program for 2014, according to a USEF press release. In addition...» Read More!
The 2013 USEF Pegasus Awards were held at the annual meeting in in Louisville, Ky. this weekend, and many top equestrians were honored. Among the top winners of the weeekend were Beezie Madden and her...» Read More!
The inaugural Eventing 18/Advancing Athletes training sessions wrapped up earlier this month, with 12 riders studying under Coach David O’Connor’s tutelage in Ocala. The five riders hailing from the West Coast — one from Washington State...» Read More!
After the first day of flatwork basics, George Morris is back for more on today with more flatwork and a bit of gymnastics. Yesterday produced a lot of “Inside leg to outside rein,” a mantra...» Read More!
The United States Equestrian Federation posted its holiday card in video form this week. There are several familiar faces from the eventing world represented, as well as faces from all walks of equestrian life. Enjoy,...» Read More!
Kim Severson’s position on the USEF Eventing Selection Committee has been replaced by Deborah Furnas, according to a USEF press release, with Phyllis Dawson serving as a substitute selector. Kim will now focus her time on her...» Read More!
With the World Equestrian Games rapidly approaching, the USEF Eventing High Performance team has updated its website with pertinent information for the team and any other curious readers. The selection trials for the U.S. team...» Read More!
From the USEF: The USEF has designated the following dates and locations for USEF Eventing High Performance Training Sessions to take place with U.S. Eventing Team Coach David O’Connor throughout the Winter and Spring of...» Read More!
Following the USEF Town Hall meetings in March and June of this year, the U.S. Equestrian Federation has added some new regulations to their Rule Book, which will officially take effect on December 1st, 2013....» Read More!
Hot on the heels of the announcement of the 2014 Developing Riders and Eventing 25 lists, USEF has announced that the search is on for a Show Jumping coach. USEF is looking to hire someone...» Read More!
Hot off the presses! The USEF just released the 2014 Developing Riders/Eventing 25 Participants List. These riders will be invited to participate in training sessions with Coach David O’Connor in California and Ocala. Congrats to...» Read More!
Earlier this week, we gave the Global and World Class Lists the GIF treatment. Today, we bring you an infinitely looping parade of the National List combinations. Check out the complete roster here, and keep...» Read More!
Last week the USEF named its 2014 winter/spring training lists, and, of course, we had to GIF them. Because if we don’t, who will? GLOBAL TALENT Phillip Dutton & Mr. Medicott WORLD CLASS Tiana Coudray...» Read More!