Saturday, May. 18, 2024

2014 Nutrena/USEA American Eventing Championships

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Kimberly Storm is like many amateurs in eventing, balancing her work life with raising her two sons and being able to financially support her horse habit. But she also faces a unique challenge—she’s deaf.
Avery Klunick survived a hairy moment in the advanced show jumping at the AEC.
Buck Davidson wouldn’t have made the long trip to Texas from his Pennsylvania base without wanting a shot at a big win, so as the intermediate title at the Nutrena/U.S Eventing Championships slipped through his grasp when Quasar dropped a rail in show jumping, he was ready to put the pressure on in the advanced division with Caroline Martin’s Petite Flower.
When Lainey Ashker woke up on Thursday morning, she wasn’t even sure she’d be riding Anthony Patch at the Nutrena/U.S. Eventing Association American Eventing Championships. Find how what happened and check out more action from Friday.

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Check out a gallery of some of the more colorful pairs on cross-country at the AEC!
The USEA is considering keeping the AEC in Texas permanently, and not everyone is happy about it.
When Jennifer Wooten decided to retire her four-star veteran, The Good Witch, a year and a half ago, she knew the mare wouldn’t be content sitting in a pasture.
It’s hard enough to wait all day to show jump when $20,000 is on the line, so when the advanced show jumping was postponed until Sunday morning after a line of heavy thunderstorms moved through the Texas Rose Horse Park grounds Saturday evening, Laine Ashker was understandably nervous.
As Kimberly Keeton warmed up for her show jumping on Accolade at the Nutrena/U.S. Eventing Association’s American Eventing Championships, the clouds started to roll in.

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