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Interested in NAJYRC or NAETC? The selection procedures is posted online on the USEF website.
Interested in serving as a selector? Information about applying for a selector position is available here. You must apply by April 30, 2011.
Here it is: the 2011 FEI event calendar (pending approval by the USEF Executive Committee and FEI) -- updated 10/10.
Check out the new Arabian Horse Galleries in Lexington, Kentucky.
Ranking Trials for the 2011 Competition Season -- new 3/11.7.3MB Powerpoint presentation given by Becky Hart at the 2009 AERC Convention. Start To Finish: From AERC to FEI in the USA -- here's a blueprint for FEI competitions, added 3/4/09.
Information about the USEF Endurance Rider Ranking List.
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has established the Endurance National Training List. Competitors have earned points over the last year at pre-determined Ranking Trials. Points are earned by the riders, not horses. The athletes' best two performances were used in establishing their ranking.
The top 25 riders make up the National Training List. The Endurance Chef d'Equipe may name "wild card" riders at their discretion but the maximum number of National Training List riders cannot exceed 35. The listed riders must declare the horse or horses which will participate in the Training Program in preparation for future International competitions.
The list will be updated on a regular basis. Any rider on the National Training List at any time during a competitionŐs application period is eligible to apply to compete at the competition.
Questions regarding the list should be directed to Vonita Bowers at email@example.com.
Welcome to AERC International! In March 1991, the AERC Board of Directors established a special membership category for those interested in supporting international endurance riding. For years, the AERC-I Committee served to establish and develop international endurance riding in the United States and, with its standards and procedures, was the founding organization for many of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) endurance committees, e.g., High Performance, Technical, and Youth Council Committees. Today, the AERC-I Committee serves AmericaŐs international endurance riding membership by promoting excellence in the sport of international endurance riding through education, participation, promotion, facilitation and support of the United States efforts.
The AERC-I Committee represent members and acts on matters pertaining to international equestrian endurance riding. The Committee is made up of elected Representatives, who serve the membership from recognized zones, e.g., East, Central, Mountain, Pacific North, and Pacific South.
Zone Representatives promote international endurance riding in the United States by:
Zone Representatives also represent the interests of the United States international endurance rider by:
Zone Representatives along with the Officers, USEF Liaisons, and AERC Advisors to the AERC-I Committee are enthusiastically committed to promoting international endurance riding in the United States. We represent the membership and welcome your thoughts and ideas by contacting us by electronic mail or telephone. To keep abreast of our efforts read our monthly International Endurance Riding column in the AERC Endurance News and follow the links from this webpage to other relevant pages.
We look forward to serving the membership and encourage you to contact us.
To all AERC-I members: While renewing your AERC membership, don't forget to include your renewal to AERC-International.
International members are asked to provide input to the AERC-I committee on the direction they would like to see the United States pursuing for future championship-level events (on-and-off-continent rides/events), working with their Zone Reps to provide more FEI sanctioned rides in their zones, educational opportunities and assisting the committee on goal development. In short, we are asking international members to help guide AERC-I into the future and prepare for the 2010 World Equestrian Games (Kentucky).
As the National Discipline Club (in endurance), AERC provides you with a committee that has seen many changes in the past several years, and expects many more in the coming years; be a part of it! Renew your AERC-I membership ($10 per person) and join us in being a part of the international endurance future. You can call the toll-free AERC office number, 1-866-271-2372, to have International dues added to your membership at any time.
Requirements for entering FEI endurance rides (revised 3/11)
FEI PRESS RELEASE -- Lausanne, Switzerland, 14 April 2010
THE TOP 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CLEAN SPORT
Historically, a substantial percentage of positive cases have been for banned substances. This means that, under the new Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations that came into force on 5 April 2010, those riders would have faced a possibly career-ending two-year suspension.
This fact demonstrates how important it is that all National Federations, athletes, vets and officials understand the new Rules.
To help promote the Clean Sport message, the FEI has drawn up a list of the Top 10 Things You Need To Know About Clean Sport to help everyone involved in equestrian sport abide by the rules.
THE CLEAN SPORT TOP 10
USA Administrative and Governing Bodies for International Riding
United States Equestrian Federation
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908-234-9417 - fax
USEF - United States Equestrian Federation
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