What is the USEA Young Rider Program?
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The USEA Young Rider program is offered through the USEA for riders twenty-one years of age and younger at all levels of riding. The purpose of the program is to encourage younger members to become involved in eventing and continue their involvement into adulthood. The Young Rider program seeks to promote a love of the sport, as well as an appreciation and understanding of the horse while fostering the wonderful relationship that can develop between horse and rider. Further, involvement in the program helps to instill important values, such as responsibility and work ethic, as Young Riders grow into mature adults. 

Contact Young Riders


Join Young Riders!

  • Log in to the USEA through the Online Services portal;

  • Add Young Rider program to your annual membership, or at any point during the year; or

  • Contact the Area V Young
    Rider Coordinator


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Benefits of the Area ​V​ Young Rider Program

  • Opportunities to work and ride with other Young Riders inside and outside the area

  • Adult Rider v. Young Rider Team Challenge opportunities

  • Year-end awards for Young Riders

  • High-point Young Rider award at Area V Championships​

  • Opportunities to participate in educational clinics and camps with USEA ICP Instructors and upper-level riders

  • Social events​ at Area V competitions​

  • Grooming opportunities at the annual Adequan/FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC)

  • Opportunity to represent USEA Area V at (NAJYRC)

  • Access to a support system of Adult Riders and coaches in the area​