Well-trained and prepared volunteers make events run smoothly and keep the experience fun and fulfilling for everyone involved....» Read More!
If you are a rider (and you’re the reason they do spend the time and make the effort to show up), then there are lots of ways to thank a volunteer....» Read More!
Susan Garbow has been a volunteer at Pine Top Farm in Thomson, Georgia ever since Glenn and Janet Wilson began hosting horse trials in 1992, but she’s been a member of the Pine Top family...» Read More!
Seema Sonnad had a mission to grow volunteerism in eventing and reward volunteers for their service. Before her death in May this year, Seema developed a plan that could serve as a jumping-off point for...» Read More!
During the week between the Rolex and Badminton CCI4* events, where history is made and lifelong dreams are realized, 34 Beginner Novice through Training level competitors reached their own milestones competing in a long-format three-day...» Read More!
It takes a village to keep eventing thriving in the U.S., and there’s no question volunteers are vitally important to the success of the sport. It’s something we say all the time: Without volunteers, this sport couldn’t...» Read More!
From Beth: When I’ve competed in horse trials, there are always wonderful volunteers who make it a great day. So, I volunteer at events to make it a great day for someone else. Plus, it’s...» Read More!
From Margaret: Let me tell you about a few very important volunteers from the Carolina Horse Park. Pat Gibson: Pat is the Volunteer Coordinator for all the recognized Horse Trials (four each year), unrecognized Starter...» Read More!
Thank you. It can never be said enough to the selfless men and women who give up their weekends all season long so that the rest of us can compete in this sport. I make...» Read More!
It is easy to become wrapped up in competition. Whether you are a spectator, a parent, a friend, a hapless significant other, or a rider, the charged atmosphere at an event is unmatched. The hustle...» Read More!
Here is Leslie Threlkeld’s latest post for Eventing Nation. Â In it, Leslie writes about volunteers and delivers a message that cannot possibly be said enough to voulunteers in our sport: thank you, eventing would not...» Read More!