Changes may be made up until noon on 5/31/19. Please email the Adult Rider Program Coordinator with your change. The riders who are listed as Z Spare will be added to teams who have scratches made prior to the start of dressage. Have fun and don’t forget to join us at the Youth Center lawn between 4:30 and 6:30 for some snacks, light food and drink! GMHA ATC TEAMS 2019
General News from Area 1
Valinor Farm has been making some exciting changes for its upcoming Horse Trials on June 16th. Come and check it out for yourself!! Valinor will accept post entries thru June 9 with a $25 late fee.
*DATE CHANGE! Dom Schramm’s clinic at Course Brook Farm will now be held on Tuesday, July 9th & Wednesday July 10th. (instead of Wednesday, July 10th & Thursday, July 11th). For more information, please click here Dom Schramm – CBF July
Mystic Valley Horse Trials will accept post entries up until Friday May 17 at 5 pm. There is a $20 post entry fee. The horse trials will be held on May 25th.
Valinor Farm is pleased to announce that it will once again host a YEH/FEH/NEH Event on July 7th. Janet Briggs will serve as judge. For more information, check out all the details under the YEH/FEH/NEH tab on this website. Please feel free to contact your local Area 1 Young Horse representative if you have any questions: Andrea Manley – email@example.com or (617) 797-2010.
Don’t miss out on all the new and exciting things going on down at Valinor Farm in Plymouth, MA. Entries are now open for the June 16 USEA Horse Trial. This year will include a new Modified Division as well as an expanded Cross Country are, new tracks and John Williams as course designer! If you can’t attend, please consider volunteering!
Want to meet Area 1 Eventers? Want to be a part of a Team Challenge? Do you compete and/or volunteer? Do you like cool prizes and a social atmosphere? If so, the 2019 Virtual Team Challenge may be the thing for you! Join six other randomly selected teammates and start racking up the points for competing or volunteering at a USEA Recognized Event. The Virtual Team Challenge begins on the first day of the Area 1 season and continues until the very last rider completes their course at Hitching Post in October. Win great prizes and have the time … [Read More]
KENT SCHOOL will be offering MODIFIED DIVISION @ both their June & October Horse Trials this year! They will offer BN, N, T, PT, M.
Yes you read that right! After a 10 year absence, Apple Knoll Farm Horse Trials is back on the schedule for 2019. The event will take place on September 21st and will run Beginner Novice through Training. Even better news? In 2020, they will host a spring and fall event. Opening date is August 6th. Mark those calendars as either a rider or volunteer!
We are looking forward to having DOMINIC SCHRAMM as our keynote speaker at this years Area I Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon! DATE: Sunday, January 6th REGISTRATION: 9:30 registration MEETINGS: 10:00 break out session & organizers meeting LUNCH & AWARDS: 12:00 luncheon & awards Same place as last year and same price! The Log Cabin $25 if you register before 12/28/18 $35 at the door
Please click the link below to check out the new eventing rules. http://eventingnation.com/fei-general-assembly-approves-all-proposed-2019-eventing-rule-revisions/
Back from the printer and ready for shipping! The 2019 Area 1 Eventers Calendar contains 84 images from the 2018 competition season. These are just so much fun! Calendars still sell for $20. $5 from each sale is donated to the Area 1 Adult Rider Program. Click on the link below to place your order;. http://www.flatlandsfoto.com/proofs/area-1-eventers-calendar/ Enjoy this video slide show short which contains all the photos in this years calendar. https://video214.com/play/ZsAtRogmT9qYJ3i11rf3TA/s/dark
USEA Area I 2018 awards will be based on points earned by a single rider and horse combination at no more than six of their top events in the calendar year. The awards categories for each level are: Senior Rider (followed by the appropriate level — Novice, Training, etc.): All riders, professional and amateurs alike, 19 and over (born in or before 1999) for Beginner Novice through Training; 22 and over (born in or before 1996) for Preliminary through Intermediate, on a horse of any grade. Adult Amateur Rider (followed by the level): Amateur riders, 19 through age 39 (born … [Read More]
As you may be aware, the USEA offers various grants to defray some costs of competitive eventing. Some are for young riders, some for upper level riders, some for amateurs, etc. Descriptions and links are below, and can also be found here: https://useafoundation.org/grants/ The USEA Foundation is honored to administer a number of grants and scholarships, all designed to assist event riders reach their goals. The grants provide funds to be used for coaching, training, and participating in competitions aimed at advancing the skills of both horse and rider. Wilton Fair Fund Grants The Wilton Fair Fund allows up to $100,000 in … [Read More]