Aspen Farms Horse Trials on September 9-11 is thrilled to be hosting the United States Eventing Association (USEA) Area VII 2016 Championships for the first year in a three-year tenure.
Aspen Farms is committed to making the Area VII Championships a top class competition that celebrates and honors competitors’ achievements. In this spirit, Aspen Farms is inviting any and all competitors entered in a Championship class to submit an Athlete Profile Form prior to the competition. Show management will use the information provided to highlight our horse and human competitors at the show. We hope this will enhance the show experience for our competitors and spectators alike!
Cynthia Henry Bayles spearheaded this initiative and shares “the Area VII Championships at Aspen Farms this weekend are shaping up nicely. Many riders have submitted their Athlete Profiles and let’s say there are some interesting and fascinating stories. From homebreds to rescues to imports and from young to “experienced” (we won’t say old).”
You can email your completed Athlete Profile Form to Cynthia Henry Bayles at email@example.com by the end of the day September 6 or turn them in at the Aspen Farms show office when you arrive. Printed copies will be available for you to complete in the show office. The show office is located by the sand ring at the top of the hill.
There are 10 Championship classes at this year’s USEA Area VII Championship competition:
- Cornerstone Forest Products Intermediate Championship
- Tin Men Supply Open Preliminary Championship
- Junior Training Championship
- Open Training Championship
- Training Rider Championship
- Junior Novice Championship
- Novice Rider Championship
- Open Novice Championship
- Junior Beginner Novice Championship
- Open Beginner Novice Championship
With the support of Aspen Farms Horse Trials’ sponsors, we are excited to highlight all of our Championship competitors. Help us share your pictures, stories, and achievements by using #AreaVIIChamps in your social media posts from the event.