Sunday, May. 26, 2024


Carole Dwinell

In Swedesboro, N.J., March 2-5, members of the American Vaulting Association worked to plan for this year's vaulting events, including the World Equestrian Games in
A total of 247 competitors representing all of the American Vaulting Association regions plus France and Denmark gave spectators exciting performances at the USEF/AVA National


Snow dusted the tops of the mountains near the Peppermill Hotel Casino in Reno, Nev., as members of the American Vaulting Association gathered
for their

Competitors from 44 clubs gathered at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington for the first USEF/AVA National Championship held in Virginia.

Competition began on

In the 1960s, a homemade film of German vaulters inspired a group of Pony Clubbers in Santa Cruz, Calif., to try a new horse sport,

While temperatures soared in Denver, Colo., the percentage points separating competitors at the SAEquestrian/American Vaulting Association National Championships became smaller and smaller, and, in one

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