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American Eventing Championships Underway in Georgia

World Equestrian Games hopefuls will be competing in the Advanced division as eventing's mandatory outing.


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Karen O'Connor and MandibaThe final test for American and Canadian eventers short listed for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games is this week's American Eventing Championships. Eventers from all levels will compete along with the WEG teams at Chatahoochee Hills in Fairburn, GA.

Click here to see the U.S. Eventing Team short list.

Competition began on Thursday, September 9 and continues through Sunday. The competition is staggered so that Beginner Novice, Novice and Training level riders will complete their schedule on Saturday. The weekend will finish of with stadium jumping for Preliminary, Intermediate and Advanced entries on Sunday.

Watch video of the AEC from the United States Eventing Association. (If the video does not play, click here for fullscreen version.)

View the most up-to-date results at

The WEG Definite Entries for three-day eventing are due on Sept. 25, five days ahead of the first day of WEG eventing competition on Sept. 30.

See more World Equestrian Games eventing news >>

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Galadriel    Lothlorien, ME

9/11/2010 11:17:05 PM

This looks like fun.

Horselover    Somewhere, ID

9/11/2010 3:35:58 PM

I love eventing, would love to be there.

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