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The logowear site is up and taking orders. The NAJYRC team gets the proceeds. The gear has the II logo on the front and back. Have your name added for just a little more. Adult sizes too! Love to have your support!!

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UPDATED NAJC AND CICOY SELECTION PROCEDURES

The 2018 NAJC and CICOY Selection Procedures have been updated.

The updates include:

  • Change of Qualifying period from January 1, 2017- June 21, 2018 to January 1, 2017 – June 17, 2018.
  • Deadline for Submission of Nominated Entries to the Federation from (TBA) to June 18, 2018  - this will allow us to meet the FEI Deadline for submission of Nominated Entries by National Federations which is June 19, 2018.

These updates will not prevent US Athletes from competing at any existing qualifying Events. Currently the last qualifying Events in North America are Aspen Farms, the weekend of June 8-10th and Bromont in Quebec the same weekend. 

The updated documents can be found at the links below:

2018 NAJC Selection Procedures approved 3/26/18

2018 CICOY Selection Procedures approved 3/26/18

 All applicants have, by signing their application, indicated that they have received the Selection Procedures for the Event, the USEF Code of Conduct (Attachment B) and the Safe Sport Policy which can be found at http://safesport.usef.org understand the documents, and agree to be bound by them.

Caring and Sharing: Why Young Riders Matter (from Eventing Nation)

A youth pipeline is vital. Photo by Holly Covey

You can’t have a sport without a youth pipeline. Every successful sport has one. Bringing up children on ponies, then teens on horses, and finally, young adults on event horses keeps our sport alive — literally.

So, even if you, as an adult eventer, may not have a dog in the young rider hunt, you can recognize the vital importance of the Junior and Young Rider programs in supporting eventing horsemanship and sportsmanship. Our sport has a future, basically because each Area in the United States funds Young Rider (riders aged 16 to 21 years) teams to go to an international competition, and learn what it takes to compete at a high level.

Read more at Eventing Nation

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