For more information on the sport of Eventing see the links below:
The Equine Management Training Center at Sandy River Equestrian Center offers a comprehensive certification program sharing knowledge and skills necessary to become a professional groom and manage all aspects of equestrian life. A partnership between the Professional Riders Organization and the Equine Management Training Center makes EMTC an affiliate of PRO. The partnership will allow for assistance with student internship and job placements as well as access to insurance and other professional member benefits for graduates of the program."
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is the National Governing Association for the sport of Eventing in the United States. The USEA sanctions competitions from the Beginner Novice through the Advanced Levels throughout the United States. Riders who wish to participate in recognized competitions are required to be members of the USEA.
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is the National Governing Body Equestrian Sport in the United States. The USEF selects, trains and funds the United States Equestrian Teams for all levels of International Competition, including the Olympic Games. The USEF also liscences Equestrian Competitions at all levels across the United States. Event riders competing at the Prelimary level and above are required to be members of the USEF. Horses are required to be recorded with the USEF at these levels.
The USEF Event Owners Task Force (EOTF) wants you to experience eventing as an owner. Discover how horse owners and eventing enthusiasts can become an owner in the sport through syndication, which is much more affordable then you think!
Equine Canada is the National Governing Body of Equestrian Sport in Canada. Its mission is to represent, promote and develop horse sports and interests in Canada. Equine Canada selects, trains and funds the Canadian Equestrian Teams for all levels of International Competition.
The Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) is the International Governing Body for Equestrian Sports worldwide. The mission of the FEI is to promote the orderly growth of equestrian sport worldwide by promoting, regulating and adminsitering humane and sportsmanlike international competition in the traditional equestrian disciplines.
The Event Riders Association (ERA) is a rider membership organization based in the United Kingdom that represents British based competitors of all levels. ERA and the Professional Riders Organization work jointly to represent rider views and improve communication within the sport by liasing with governing bodies on an international level.