Countdown to WEG 2010

August 2010 - Posts

More Short Lists, Some Substitutions, and a Few Tidbits

In previous posts (which you can read by clicking here and here ), I reviewed the US Equestrian Federation 's announced short lists for the driving, para-equestrian, eventing, jumping, reining, and dressage teams for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games . Now we're within the 30-day countdown window; and since I last wrote, the USEF announced the WEG short lists for the other two WEG disciplines... Read More

A Look at the US Dressage WEG Selection Trials

Next to a World Equestrian Games or an Olympic Games, the most exciting competition may well be the selection trials for a WEG or an Olympic team. I wish I could have been ringside at all of the US trials for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky (hard to believe that they kick off a little more than one month from now!), but they're being held all over the country, and... Read More

Jumping and Dressage Heat Up

Some nations have already announced team rosters for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games , which kick off in about six weeks in Lexington, Kentucky. The United States isn't quite there yet, but we're getting closer. On Tuesday, the US Equestrian Federation announced the jumping short list for the WEG. (Want to know how they got picked, and got some time to kill? You can read the entire 17-page... Read More

More Ticket Giveaways

Tickets to the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games are the no-brainer contest prize of the summer. Many equine-related companies and organizations are conducting WEG ticket and travel-package giveaways. Here are two recent additions to the contest scene. Pennsylvania-based Pennfield Equine Feed Technologies is giving away a pair of WEG tickets each week to a lucky entrant who knows his or her stuff... Read More

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