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Cami Pease Wins Big at AECs

On the final day of the American Eventing Championships, held at the Colorado Horse Park August 29-September 2, Cami Pease and her 18-year-old Belgian Warmblood gelding Vibrant found their redemption. Finishing on their dressage score, Pease and “Cal” won the Beginner Novice Amateur division and were crowned champions. “Ever since we had a stop on cross-country at Tryon at last year’s AECs, I’ve been saving up money to be able to make the trip to Colorado,” Pease stated. “It is pretty wild that we won and for him to have done this for me.” A native of California, Pease...

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New USEA Requirements for BN & N 3Days!

This just in from the US Eventing Association! Effective August 1, 2018 the qualifications for the Beginner Novice and Novice Classic Three Day Events has changed to include the following: three horse trials at the same level or higher as the 3Day entered that meet the MERs (see below) plus one additional horse trials at the same level or higher with no more than 20 jump penalities two of these horse trials must be completed as the same horse and rider pair that is entering the 3Day these qualifications must take place within the 24 months prior to the start of the 3Day MERs (minimum eligibility requirement) are as follows: Dressage – no more than 50 penalty points Cross-Country – no jumping penalties and no more than 36-time penalties Show Jumping – no more than 16 jump penalties The changes have been made to insure that competitors at these levels are properly prepared for the classic three-day format. In the past, these levels only needed to complete four horse trials with any numerical score. There was no time limit to the requirements either and riders could have achieved these requirements on any number of different horses. USEA Classic Series Task Force Chair Gretchen Butts (Waredaca, Laytonsville) stated, “In the past, the Training and above competitors have been very prepared for this sort of competition but the Novice competitors have...

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Marylanders Win Big at NAYC

Maryland young riders Ryan Keefe (Sandy Spring) and Tayler Stewart (Damascus) competed at The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana, during the Adequan FEI North American Youth Championships, July 18-22. The pair of Maryland natives were part of the winning Area II CICOY2* team alongside Alexa Lapp and Olivia Dutton of Pennsylvania. Ryan rode Flintstar, an 18-year-old Thoroughbred gelding owned by her mother, Rumsey. Ryan and Flintstar have been consistently placing in the top 10 at various events up and down the east coast. This spring, the pair placed second at the Fair Hill International. On dressage day,...

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Board of Public Works Approves $1 Million to Fair Hill

Earlier this week, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that the Board of Public Works unanimously approved $1 million in funding for improvements at the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area in anticipation of the venue hosting a future 4* or 5* international three-day event. The venue is slated to become the second event at this level in the U.S. and only one of seven sites in the world. “The state is committed to bringing this world-renowned equestrian eventing competition to Cecil County and Fair Hill,” Maryland Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton said. “Working together with our friends...

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Little Emerges at Top US Rider at Land Rover 4*

At this year’s Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, the leaderboard jumped around after each phase with England’s Oliver Townend taking home the win aboard Cooley Master Class. After jumping double clean on cross-country, the pair moved up to third heading into the final show jump round while previous winners Michael Jung and Fischerrocana FST took over the lead from Frederick’s Marilyn Little. Jung added only 0.4 time faults to his dressage score while Little and RF Scandalous ended up with 8 time faults, dropping into sixth. Little jumped double clean in show jumping to move up to third place....

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Little Leads Land Rover KY 3Day

Maryland’s own Marilyn Little rode RF Scandalous on Friday afternoon to top the dressage phase at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, currently the country’s only CCI 4* event. The pair scored an impressive 24.8, besting previous winners Michael Jung of Germany and Fischerrocana FST, who scored a 27.1. It is rumored that Little’s score is a Kentucky 3Day record! During the afternoon press conference, Little said of her mount, “I was excited to go on Friday afternoon and knew she could handle it well. She was very businesslike, and it was a great ride. She was looking to...

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