"THE MORE YOU CAN DREAM, THE MORE YOU CAN DO."
The USEA Foundation supports programs that benefit all riders from all walks of life, riders of all ages, riding at all levels of competition. We count among our members riders from eight to eighty, from starter horse trials to the highest level of international competitions and the Olympic Games. The USEA Foundation works hand-in-hand with the USEA to provide funding for educational programs specifically designed to help each of these riders reach their individual goals and ultimately fulfill their dreams.
Taylor helps her mom at clinics and lessons.
Taylor and Prince dressed up and ready for the first horse inspection at The Event at Rebecca Farm.
Taylor McFall of Wilton, California wants to grow up to be just like her mom Jennifer, who was a recipient of the Rebecca Broussard National Developing Rider's Grant in 2014. Jennifer is currently riding at the highest international levels of the sport and combines her riding with running Dragonfire Farm alongside her husband and fellow Eventer Earl. Thanks to the help she receives from both mom and dad, Taylor has been given a head start as she and her pony Kilbarry Prince completed their first Novice Classic Three-day Event at Rebecca Farm in 2015 with a good dressage score and double clear rounds in both cross-country and show jumping. Taylor has now moved to the Training level and has the Training Classic Three-day firmly in her sights, while Jennifer and her brilliant High Times have another Four-star competition on their agenda.
Taylor is just one of the hundreds of young children benefiting from the educational programs supported by the USEA
Foundation as they work to fulfill their dreams.
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