I will never forget the day I was swept off my feet by a dashing 1200 pound, 16.1 hand, black and white Appendix Gelding named Tuxedo.
Believe it or not, I found him on Dreamhorse and in an instant I knew he was my horse. He was the right age (11) and he could do Dressage, Stadium and Cross Country Jumping. He had been competing at Training Level and Schooled Prelim. He had trail…Continue
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What is USEA eventing?
The United States Eventing Association, or the USEA, was founded in 1959 and has more than 14,000 members in the United States as well as hundreds of riders who represent the U.S. internationally. The USEA's publication, Eventing USA, is distributed to members on a regular basis and keeps eventing riders updated to the latest eventing news as well as rule changes and more.
The United States Eventing Association is an educational resource…
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Hi everyone again,
now that i have my answer and some tips ummm now i need a name. my eventing horse is a gelding and he is a brown and white paint. and his barn name is scalliwag. any ideas is really appreciated
So sad to hear that Oki Doki is no longer with us….who needs cheering up? The great thing about age is the ability to enjoy the little equine things that possibly were once hidden by the pursuit of rosettes in earlier days:…
Venue: Brightling, Sussex
Monday 19th July 2010
Eric asked what we wanted to get out of the day, I volunteered ‘inspiration and energy’ which he thought was a tall order.…Continue
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‘Indoor eventing’ was the title of the ‘continuous professional development’ training day held on Monday 15th March 2010 at Hadlow College, nr Tonbridge in Kent. The coach for the day was Nick Turner FBHS.
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