What is even going on here?! Photo by Jade Barker.

One of my favorite mindless activities is to scroll through Sh*tEventersUnite on Facebook, which is where I found the gem of a photo above. There are some photos where you just wonder, what exactly is the story here? How did this happen?? Did the girl fall off the bay and then immediately hop up to catch her friend falling off the grey? That’s truly content creation at it’s finest, and I guarantee you she was thinking, “Dang, I’m gonna post this on SEU for sure”.

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Champagne Run at the Park H.T. (Lexington, KY): [Website] [Entry Status/Ride Times/Scoring] [Volunteer]

The Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm (Adamstown, MD): [Website] [Entry Status] [Scoring] [Volunteer [FEH/YEH Volunteer]

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Do you love eventing? Are you comfortable with small, naughty rodents? If you’re also interested in a lot of insanity, you might fit in with our crowd here at EN. We’ve extended the deadline for our 9th Annual Blogger Contest due to popular request, so now you can submit your entry until July 22nd! Trust me, you want to join our weird and fun group of writers. We have wine and snacks. [Enter EN’s 9th Annual Blogger Contest]

“The clinic was truly magical experience for all of us,” said amateur eventer Tiffany Morey. Morey was the winner of Practical Horseman’s Buck Davidson Win A Day Clinic contest sponsored by ADM Animal Nutrition. She and nine friends had an “unforgettable day” at Flora Lea Farm in Medford, New Jersey. There the members of Southern New Jersey’s Pineland Riders Pony Club enjoyed a day of private training with leaderboard topping five-star eventer, Buck Davidson. Pick up some top tips from the man himself here. [12 Training Tips from Buck Davidson]

Horse Nation blogger Amanda Ronan is a professional rabbit hole girl. By that I mean, she does a lot of digging into the weird and wonderful niche worlds of equestrian culture. This time, she’s fallen down the hole of circus horses, and discovered a whole bunch of strange facts. [Circus Horses: The Outtakes]

I tell all my students that when riding in the summer, make your choices carefully. In Virginia it’s tooooo hot sometimes, and it’s not healthy for horse or human. Riding early in the morning is best, but afternoon shade is okay too. Choosing the length of your ride, the frequency of walk breaks, and maybe opting for a hack in the woods versus boiling in the hot arena, are all important considerations. [When Is It Too Hot to Ride?]

This child is living my dream:


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