The debut production of the USEA’s new educational video series.

In this video: Looking for a new eventing partner? Learn how to pick the right one for your style and ability.


9 Responses to Choosing A Suitable Event Horse

  1. Anonymous says:

    omg was that a fjord i saw jumping lol well done!

  2. Anonymous says:

    If he’s got scope, thats all you can ask for. ^^ Not much more you can do but continue his schooling.

  3. Anonymous says:

    may be you are seeking a sexy girl call now

  4. Anonymous says:

    great video!

  5. Anonymous says:

    WHat breed is the chestnut at 6:21

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much! I’m looking for a nice event horse right now and would love your help. He is a 3 year old (still very green) and is being trained in dressage. He has beautiful movement & conformation, I know he will make it in the dressage portion. But my worry is he hasn’t started jumping under saddle yet. He free jumps very nicely and is quite bold to the fence (he didn’t back off at all) he def. has the ability to jump but i don’t know how his jumping will turn out. What should i do?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Terrific video, thanks Phyllis! Informative, interesting, relevant & clearly from an expert! I’ll be adding this to my favourites and consulting it again when I buy my first horse! Thanks :-)

  8. Anonymous says:

    Very nice, informative video…my thoroughbred eventer i a lovely mover and loves to jump, but he will duck out. But this is nice to know when we go looking for a horse!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    realy good video, Im looking to buy an event horse to take to the highest level i can get him or her, and its good to know that there are people who agree on a horse having good presence to!