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Young Rider Advancement Program Spring Tune Up Clinic
with Jane Hamlin

April 23, Vermont

USEA Educational Release Form

YRAP - Young Rider Advancement Program 2017 Summer Camp - Registration now open!

We are delighted to open registration for this year's Area 1 YR Camp. Our annual all inclusive YR camp returns to GMHA in 2017. Camp starts with arrivals on Monday 17 th July (4-6 pm) and runs through Thursday 20th July at 5 pm. Expert under saddle instruction from top event and dressage trainers plus our 2017 " Learn From The Best" ground lecture series continues with guests throughout the week. Top USEA Technical delegate, top Tufts vet Dr Kate Chope will be on hand plus other guest lecturers. Three days of lessons from the best of the best in Area I.

Exceptional value at $699 inclusive of overnight accommodation at the Ascutney Vacation Resort, Bus Transportation to and from GMHA, dinner, breakfast and stabling all included. EMT on site. Vet and farrier on call plus night watch services. Fantastic prizes galore for campers going the extra mile. Camp is expanded in 2017 to accommodate 40 riders from BN to Preliminary riders and horses. Minimum requirement: completion of one affiliated USEA Horse Trials.

Come and join our Area I family of riders and make friends for life! Register now. Once all spaces are filled we will waitlist accepted applications. Don't delay - sign up today!

CAMP REGISTRATION
USEA Educational Release Form
2017 GMHA Liability Waiver

For more information: youngriders@area1usea.org

2017 OBSERVATION EVENTS

2017 ADDITIONAL RIDER CRITERIA

2017 NAJYRC RIDER APPLICATION

2017 ADDITIONAL GROOM CRITERIA

2017 NAJYRC GROOM APPLICATION

Carol Mayo NAJYRC Co-ordinator & Chef d'Equipe
jpcamayo@comcast.net, 508-654-6161.
**IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR NAJYRC RIDER AND GROOM CANDIDATES**

Per FEI and USEF Criteria for 2017, all qualifying criteria is required to be posted prior to the first Observation Event.

Further to the 2017 FEI Criteria, each Area was assigned the task of further developing selection criteria standards for riders and grooms. Your Area I NAJYRC Selectors and Coach have been hard at work this past week creating the final criteria.
This final criteria has been incorporated into the language of the 2017 FEI document for context - it expands the FEI Selection Criteria Par 3 C/C. The FEI have not developed all of their forms, however, the requirement to publish prior to the first Observation Event prevails and we are publishing today.

Other noteworthy changes:

  1. If a rider wishes to be considered for a groom position, in the case on non selection as a rider, s/he is required to fill out the Area I Groom Application. The deadline for and (rider) groom applications is midnight March 30, 2017. All rider-groom applications must be on file with Chef Carol Mayo by that time to be accepted for 2017 team consideration. Additionally, any rider-groom candidates will be required to participate in the "groom selection assignments" at the Team Training Camp in June under Buck Davidson's Head Groom, Katherine Murray.
  2. The 2017 Observation Events have now been assigned a principal selector/s for each one. Other Selectors may attend on an "at large" basis.
  3. All riders must declare their Area to USEF prior to March 1, 2017 - this is a new FEI rule change for 2017.
  4. Groom Criteria for selection is outlined above.
**Reminder**
The first of the individual fundraising monies for rider and groom candidates are due to Area I Treasurer George Cheney no later than March 1, 2017. Please refer to the details outlined on your application (address, etc).

If you have any questions, please contact Chef Carol.

Good luck, Deb Meek, Area I YR Coordinator, 207-831-8256, youngriders@area1usea.org


The Road to Montana - 2017 NAJYRC Campaign
Kicked Off December 30, 2016: The new coach for Area I is Buck Davidson
Area I is honored Buck will be spearheading our Team of riders and grooms in their 2017 campaign!

Buck shared today, "I am very excited about the opportunity to coach Area I. As a past medalist from the NAYJRC who has been fortunate enough to win medals for the USA, I can attest to the importance of Young Riders. I grew up playing team sports, and know the value of a good coach. The coach needs to understand all the players and the players need to know and trust the coach. It is not always about the X's and O's!!

"I spend lots of time dreaming, and no dream is too big. We have a great team of people on the ground to make this as successful as possible for these riders and grooms." Buck went on to elaborate, "this is the right time for me to do this and along with the Area I Management Team, we will make Area I THE model program and team in the country. I have only one promise: the riders and grooms will be more exposed to the equestrian world after being part of the 2017 Area I NAJYRC Team. I'm looking forward to the ride!"

This year the Team will have a special Team Training Camp at Buck's farm in PA and new for 2017, groom candidates will be eligible to bring their horses to the team camp. All applicants must be current members of Area I's 2017 YR Program.


2017 YRAP CALENDAR


2017 Young Rider Classic Series Reimbursement Program

2017 Young Rider Educational Reimbursement Program


NEW TEAM CHALLENGE FOR ALL AREA I EVENTERS

YOUNG AND REST OF US TEAM RESULTS

For the first time ever, the Area I Adult Rider Program is co-sponsoring a Team Challenge for all! Introducing
THE YOUNG & THE REST OF US TEAM CHALLENGE at GMHA Fall Horse Trials!

This is for all you families, instructors and riders out there who would love to be on a team with your sons/daughters/students or who want to get a Barn Team together. This one is for you!

Each team must have a minimum of two young or junior riders (amateur riders up to age 22) and a minimum of one Area I Adult Rider Program member (must be a registered Area I ARP member by the start of the event). The fourth team member can be any Area I Eventer. You get to choose.


VOLUNTEER TO HELP OUR YRAP!

YRAP has a full calendar of events that need your help to bring it to life. Volunteers that can help with YR Camp, from registrations/form checking/ booking of hotels and accommodation, to reserving essential services such as EMT’s, farriers, buses, and catering (have to feed the kids). We need some folks to be YR ambassadors and helpers at the YR tent at events, the Team Challenge at Millbrook, the Adult-YR Team Challenge at King Oak, and of course the clinicis…..It’s going to be an action packed year we need you to help make it happen.

If you are interested in participating in this program, please reach out to Deb at youngriders@area1usea.org for details of the upcoming conference call for volunteers interested in helping with the YRAP Program.


YOUNG RIDER MENTORSHIP PROGRAM AT NAJYRC – APPLICATIONS FOR 2017 COMING SOON !

Each year at the national championships, the USEA offers the chance for Young Riders to enter into the Mentorship Program. It is an outstanding opportunity to learn from the best in one of the many areas of expertise in our sport from course designing to being an FEI Vet. Deadline for 2017 submission is TBD.


Exciting News - 2017 Young Rider Camp At GMHA

Dates Are Confirmed - July 17th - July 20th (inclusive)

It's never too early to plan out your 2017 Eventing adventures!

The formal application process will open in 2017, but for everyone already planning their season, save the dates in your schedule

And YR Camp 2017 will have an expanded program with increased camper capacity = more fun, friends, coaching, guest speakers....and no wait list!

More details will follow at the Area I Annual Meeting in January 2017


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