Classic Three-Day Events

Training Three Day Event Area 2
The Training Level Three Day Event is an educational hybrid competition; it is officially recognized by the United States Eventing Association as an educational activity. Riders compete in an actual "classic" three day event, with roads and tracks and steeplechase, a "10-minute box" as well as cross country, in addition to dressage and stadium jumping. Formal horse inspections also take place on the first day and on the last day. What makes it fun is the wonderful educational opportunities for both riders and volunteers.

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Qualifications:

  • Four clean Cross Country rounds in the last year at the training level. We also count preliminary rounds if they were clean.
  • One must be with horse and rider.
  • One must be within three months of the competition.

The Area II Adult Riders and Waredaca present
the 2009 Training 3-Day, Oct. 22-25, 2009

The Training Level Three Day Event is an educational hybrid competition; it is officially recognized by the United States Eventing Association as an educational activity. Riders compete in an actual "classic" three day event, with roads and tracks and steeplechase, a "10-minute box" as well as cross country, in addition to dressage and stadium jumping. Formal horse inspections also take place on the first day and on the last day. What makes it fun is the wonderful educational opportunities for both riders and volunteers. Some of eventing's most famous riders, trainers and educators drop in to show us how to do it right. Adding to the comraderie, special stabling puts all competitors together throughout the week. Add in great prizes and sponsorship from some of the equestrian worlds' best products, and you have “The Ride of Your Life”!

Check out the 2008 Training 3-Day pages and see what you missed last year. Make this year the one you arrive at your destination, at the 2009 Training-3 Event, organized by Area II Adult Riders, and Waredaca in Laytonsville, MD.

Some 2008 Moments:

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 Anthony Forrest

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