Monday, May. 27, 2024

USEF To Host Inaugural Endurance National Championships in 2019



The U.S. Equestrian Federation will host the inaugural Endurance National Championships at the 2019 North American Endurance Championship, held Nov. 14-16, at the Broxton Bridge Plantation in Ehrhardt, South Carolina. Hosted by Central Florida Horse Shows, top U.S. endurance combinations will vie for USEF national champion and reserve national champion honors at the CEI1*/CEIYJ1* and CEI2*/CEIYJ2* levels.

The 2019 North American Endurance Championship CEI1*/CEIYJ1* and CEI2*/CEIYJ2* is an unofficial FEI team competition, with a similar competition format to that of FEI Nations Cups, open to teams from the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The FEI will recognize the overall order of finish. All entries must be qualified to compete in a CEI1*, CEIYJ1*, CEI2*, or CEIYJ2* according to the FEI Rules for Endurance, effective Jan. 1.


Additionally, USEF national and reserve national champion titles will be awarded to the two highest-placed competitors in each senior and young rider competition.

Find full details about the championship here.




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