USEA Podcast Channel

Charles Owen Technical Merit Award

Charles Owen Managing Director, Roy Burek, explains the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award, Marcia Kulak discusses judging this award for amateurs at the Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials July 10-12, 2015, and we hear from the award winners in the Junior Training; Kate Cantine and Senior Training; Betsy Bodner.

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NAJYRC Review: Rob Burk, Camilla Grover-Dodge, Diane Portwood

Rob Burk, COO, presents an overview of the 2015 Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships Presented by Gotham North. The CH-J* champion Camilla Grover-Dodge (Remington XXV) from Area II, and Diane Portman (Cinerescent), winner of the CCI2* share their performances. 

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Pan Am Preview with Karen & David O’Connor

As the Pan American Games eventing competition gets under way this week in Toronto we hear from Karen O'Connor who is coaching the Mexican team, and David O'Connor the US team coach, about their preparation and hopes for the games.

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NAJYRC Preview with Area Coaches

NAJYRC coaches from Area 4 - Emily Beshear; Area 5 - Mike Huber; Area 6 - Brian Sabo; Area 7 - Dayna Lynd-Pugh and Area 8 - Cathy Wieschhoff share their team's preparations for the Adequan/FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships Presented by Gotham North that take place in the Kentucky Horse Park from July 14-19th.

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Leslie Law/NAJYRC & Sir Mark Todd/Pan Am Games

In our series of previews with coaches for the Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships that takes place in the Kentucky Horse Park from July 14-19th, we hear from Area III Coach Leslie Law, and for the Pan American Games in Toronto from July 17-19th, Sir Mark Todd tells us what he is hoping for with the Brazilian team.  

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Sinead Halpin/NAJYRC & Peter Gray/Pan Am Previews; Janis Linnan /Licensed Officials

Sinead Halpin, Coach of Area II Team talks about their preparation for the FEI/Adequan North American & Junior Young Rider Championships which take place in the Kentucky Horse Park, July 14-17, 2015.  Peter Gray, Guatemalan Team Coach discusses his team's prospects for the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada July 10-26th. Janis Linnan, Chair of the USEA Eventing Licensed Officials Committee explains the work of the committee and the USEA Preceptor Program for Licensed Officials.

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Pan Am Games & NAJYRC Previews: Clayton Fredericks, Mikki Kuchta

We begin our series of previews of this summer's Pan American Games and Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships with Canadian Coach Clayton Fredericks and Area I Coach Mikki Kuchta.

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YEH & FEH Programs: Robin Walker, Samantha Allan & Debbie Adams

Robin Walker talks about the introduction of jumping to the Future Event Horse Program and Samantha Allan has information on the next Future Event Horse Clinic she will be judging with Robin in Area II. Plus Debbie Adams shares her views on the importance of the gallop in the Young Event Horse.

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American Eventing Champs.: Buck Davidson, Rob Burk

In our first preview of this year's Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships, Buck Davidson reflects on his win in 2014 and how the AEC's fit into his calendar. He also has advice on shipping horses long distances.  Rob Burk COO, talks about plans for this year's event which takes place in the Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, TX September 24-27th.  For more information visit:  http://useventing.com/aec/.

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USEA Intercollegiate Eventing

Libby Head from Area III shares her experiences of Intercollegiate Eventing at the University of Georgia and what could be done to advance the sport on campus, and Jennifer Hardwick, USEA Membership Director, explains Intercollegiate Membership and plans to develop the program.

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