“In 2012, the USEA Young Event Horse Program (YEH) introduced the Holekamp/Turner Young Event Horse Le Lion d’Angers Prize and Grant to encourage the development of future U.S. team horses in eventing by providing them with increased international exposure and opportunity as young horses. This grant, funded by Dr. Timothy and Cheryl Holekamp and Christine Turner, is awarded to the highest scoring horse from the USEA Young Event Horse 5-year-old East and West Championships combined that is qualified as a 7-year-old and willing to compete in the FEI World Breeding Eventing Championships for Young Horses. In the interest in promoting domestic breeding, North American-bred winners of the Grant are awarded with a cash prize of $17,500 to offset the expenses of traveling to Le Lion d’Angers in France for the Championships, while imported horses are awarded $8,000.”
Thank you to all who participate in the Young Event Horse program!
Here is an awesome interview by Amber Heintzberger. We currently have a three year old filly on her way to Boyd to begin training, and we are SO excited to see how they do! We will keep you updated on her progress as Boyd reports, we call her Xena.
Until then, Check out the video where Boyd talks about taking Tsetserleg “Thomas” to a 4* in 2018, On Cue’s progress, and our wild child KYRA.
The United States Eventing Association has named Halimey Go, Stallion of the Year 2016. That’s two years in a row for our Hal. We are so proud of Buck Davidson, Jr and Hal for completing their first year together as a team, and doing so well! 2017 is going to be a great year for our horses and riders, we can feel it.
For USEA Overall Awards for 2016 you can click here.
We’ve spent the weekend at the American Eventing Championships, held at Tryon International Equestrian Center! Our riders did an amazing job, Boyd took 3rd with Tsetserleg (“Thomas”) and Buck Davidson held 7th with Halimey, in Open Intermediate!