Big news this week for baby event horses! A wealth of details regarding the USEA Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) programs for 2020 have been released. Click here for the USEA’s...» Read More!
The YEH Class of 2018 is something special here at the USEA YEH East Coast Championship. Drool-worthy prospects with talent coming out all ends, this group of horses are pure class, with valedictorians Quality Obsession...» Read More!
The USEA’s Young Event Horse and Future Event Horse Program are growing and gaining in popularity thanks both to the hard work of organizers and the continued educational offerings from the USEA. In this vein,...» Read More!
The USEA has just wrapped up the 2018 Educational Symposium in Ocala, Florida. Hosted at both the Ocala Jockey Club and Longwood Farm South, the four-day Symposium spotlighted the USEA Young Event Horse...» Read More!
Following an extensive review of feedback on the USEA Young Event Horse program, significant changes are rolling out for 2018. From shorter dressage tests to the elimination of the conformation portion at qualifiers, read on for...» Read More!
Aug. 25-27 was a busy weekend for pastoral Town Hill Farm in Lakeville, Connecticut. Horse Trials and Area 1 Championships ran on Saturday and Sunday, but the fun actually kicked off on Friday with the...» Read More!
It was a great opportunity to turn around from the East Coast Young Event Horse Championships at Fair Hill and come out here to Temecula for the West Coast Championships here at Galway Downs. The...» Read More!
It was a beautiful day to watch some young horses show off their jumping and galloping skills today as the Young Event Horse Championship competitors took to Saw Mill Field for the final phase of...» Read More!
Kelli Temple was having such a great day in the 5-year-old YEH Championships here at Fair Hill that she decided to go ahead and take the lead in the 4-year-old division as well, this time...» Read More!
I’ve been really excited to see the fancy young horses do their thing in the dressage ring this morning, and I was certainly not disappointed. We saw some great talent for the future in the...» Read More!
The Oxford English Dictionary, the definitive historical dictionary of the English language, dates the first use of the noun scribe to 1377, and its first use for someone who “writes at another’s dictation” to 1513....» Read More!
Two years ago, Allison Springer set a goal to build a string of talented horses with international team potential. The latest addition to her barn is an unraced Thoroughbred gelding named Business Ben (Artie Schiller...» 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!
This past weekend, Deszi competed at her second event: The UNH horse trials. The weather was the complete opposite of the warm, sunny Aiken we had left just one week ago. For nearly two decades,...» Read More!
Hang in there, Aiken friends! Reader Carrie Wehle (Rochester, New York) submitted this photo, saying, “Sight for sore eyes in Aiken after a week without power.” After this winter storm from hell, I think we...» Read More!
With rough winter weather flogging much of the country, it’s definitely a good year be in the south. Many snowbirds flock to Florida for the ability to ride, train, and compete in the winter, but...» Read More!
Doug Payne and his flashy 5-year-old pinto Lisnahall Imperier pair had an impressive season in 2013 with several top placings at training level, and qualified for the USEA Young Event Horse Championships (East Coast) at...» Read More!