NEW - LONG TERM EQUESTRIAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
As we step into 2013, there are many changes to Eventing in New Brunswick. There is a new board, an increase in the number of combined 2-phase shows and an exciting new eventing program. This year promises to be a great season for anyone wanting to learn more about eventing, for those who may wish to try their first cross country jump, and for those seasoned eventers who are already hooked on the sport and want to move up a level.
While our sport has been offered in New Brunswick for decades, the costs of transportation, preparation for riding three different phases, membership fees, limited eventing venues, misconceptions about cross country riding, and a lack of knowledge about the sport have left eventing with very few members in the province. Recognizing the reduction of riders in this sport, Horse Trials New Brunswick is working with the NBEA to offer a program committed to human and equine athletic development in hopes of increasing HTNB membership and encouraging more riders to compete. This program, called the Long Term Equestrian Development or LTED program, is accepting only 20 riders in its first season. We encourage you to review the information, print and share the pamphlet. Feel free to contact us if you have questions.
Long Term Equestrian Development program