Lisa & Brian Sabo from Area VI discuss the challenges and rewards of teaching children, their approach to engaging young people into the sport and why their Pony Club program has become so successful.
Susan Graham-White, Robin Walker and Marilyn Payne discuss the “Evaluation of the Young Event Horse Prospect” symposium that was held in Ocala, FL from February 16-18, 2015. The event was presented by the USEA in support of the Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse programs.
Lisa Borgia from Area VI who spends her winter training with Becky Holder in North Carolina, and Kylie Dermody from Area I, who is based in Ocala, FL for the winter, have both started the season on great form.
Kyle Carter talks about the Florida season; Rachele Foote explains what life for a Working Student is like in the winter in Ocala, and Shealagh Costello, USEF National Eventing Manager explains the Frangible Pin Technology Grant.
Jo Whitehouse, CEO has news from the USEA office, and Red Hills Horse Trials Organizer Jane Barron tells us what we can expect at this year's event, which takes place March 5-8, 2015 in Area III.
The second of two ICP Symposiums, presented by Chris Bartle, was held at Longwood Farm South, Ocala, FL on January 19-20th. Liz Halliday, Sharon White and Lauren Kieffer share their impressions and experiences.
The USEA Instructors Certification Symposium (ICP) West Coast presented by Chris Bartle took place at Galway Downs, Temecula, CA January 16-17th. Barb Crabo from Area X and Lauren Billys from Area VI share their impressions of the dressage and jumping sessions during the two days and how they benefitted.
John Marshall the organizer of Fresno Horse Trials in Area VI tells us what their program looks like in 2015, and Katie Coleman offers a natural skin remedy.
Rob Burk, COO, tells us what we can look forward to in 2015 from events to awards and everything in-between. Caitlin Silliman shares her plans for her new partnership with the 2014 East Coast Young Event Horse Champion and offers us this week's Training Tip on transitions.
Athens Olympic Eventing Individual Gold Medalist Leslie Law, who has been named the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Eventing Developing Rider Coach, believes there is plenty of knowledge and talent in the US and explains why he is looking forward to his new role. Leslie also offers our Training Tip of the Week.