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Aug. 31 – Sept. 5, 2021

Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Ky.


The USEA American Eventing Championships is the annual national championships for every level of eventing from Beginner Novice to Advanced. Each fall, hundreds of juniors, adult amateurs, and professionals travel from all across the nation to participate in this prestigious competition, vying for the chance to win a piece of the prize money and fabulous prizes and the chance to be named the best in the nation at their respective levels.

Like 2019,  the 2020 and 2021 events will be managed by Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI) and Mary Fike, organizer of the Park Equine Kentucky Classique. The events will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park.

The AEC has become a central goal for eventers of every age and to even qualify is a pinnacle achievement. The AEC is unique in the fact that it brings together around 500 competitors of every age and experience level from all corners of the country to one venue. This Championships is the only one in the country where a 12-year old girl riding her pony has the chance to compete alongside multiple Olympic riders.

The AEC offers over $100,000 in prize money spread across all divisions. The Adequan USEA Gold Cup Championship – Advanced Division will have $40,000 up for grabs to the top placing riders. In addition to the cash, numerous prizes will be awarded through sixth place in every division and include some incredible products courtesy of our sponsors.

The USEA offers a wide variety of sponsorship packages for the AEC. Each package offers a mixture of website, print advertising, and on-grounds benefits. Packages are customizable based on the desires and needs of the sponsor. Don’t see what you are looking for or have an idea for a fabulous package? Please contact USEA!

Click here to see our current AEC sponsors.

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By Claire Kelley – USEA Staff

Earlier this month, the United States Eventing Association (USEA) and organizing partners Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI) and Mary Fike made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 edition of the USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds. With the cancellation this year, the USEA Board of Governors voted to approve an update to the 2021 AEC qualifications. The 2021 AEC is scheduled to take place on August 31 – September 5, 2021 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky.

The qualifying period for the 2021 AEC is May 25, 2020 – August 23, 2021.

All riders and/or horses who qualified to compete at the 2020 AEC will be automatically qualified for the 2021 AEC, pending completion of one event meeting the Minimum Eligibility Requirements (MER) at the level (or one level higher) within four months of the 2021 AEC. The USEA Board of Governors decided to add the additional completion as a safety measure – they do not want horses and riders coming to compete over a championship level course without competing for over a year.

The applicable MER shown below will need to be completed within four months of the 2021 AEC. Keep in mind, this is only with regards to the riders and horses who were already qualified for the 2020 AEC. If a pair qualifies or requalifies within the 2021 qualifying period, the additional MER within four months does not apply.

National MER (applicable for all levels):

  • Dressage – no more than 50 penalty points
  • Cross-country – no jumping penalties, and no more than 36 time penalties
  • Show Jumping – no more than 16 jump penalties

FEI MER earned at CCIs (applicable for Modified, Preliminary, Intermediate, and Advanced levels):

  • Dressage – no more than 45 (55%) penalty points
  • Cross-country – no jumping penalties, and no more than 30 time penalties for two-, three-, and four-star level and no more than 40 time penalties for five-star level
  • Show Jumping – no more than 16 jump penalties

*Please note that this additional modification does not exclude any competitors. Competitors who did not qualify for the 2020 AEC but are aiming for the 2021 AEC should obtain the standard AEC qualifications within the qualifying period of May 25, 2020 – August 23, 2021. Click here for the 2021 AEC Qualifications.

For questions regarding qualifications, email [email protected]

About the USEA American Eventing Championships

The USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds is the pinnacle of the sport for the national levels. Held annually, the best junior, adult amateur, and professional competitors gather to vie for national championship titles at every level from Beginner Novice to Advanced. This ultimate test of horse and rider draws hundreds of horses and riders from around the country to compete for fabulous prizes, a piece of the substantial prize money, and the chance to be named the National Champion at their respective levels. The 2021 USEA American Eventing Championships presented by Nutrena Feeds will be held August 31-September 5, 2021 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. Click here to learn more about the USEA American Eventing Championships.

The USEA American Eventing Championships presented by Nutrena Feeds would not be possible without our wonderful sponsors! The USEA would like to thank the following sponsors for their support: Presenting Sponsor: Nutrena Feeds; Advanced Final Title Sponsor: Adequan; Platinum Level Sponsor: Bates Saddles Gold Level Sponsors:Parker Equine Insurance, Standlee Hay; Silver Level Sponsors: Park Equine, Mountain Horse,The Jockey Club; Bronze Level Sponsors: Athletux, Black Petticoat, The Chronicle of the Horse, Devoucoux, D.G. Stackhouse & Ellis, Farm House Tack, FITS Riding,Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, LandSafe, Parks Tax & Consulting PLLC, Retired Racehorse ProjectSmartPak; Contributing Level Sponsors: Amazon, Big Ass Fans, GLC Direct, Cross Country App, FarmVet, Georgetown Tourism, GLC Direct, Haygain,John Deere,L.V. Harkness, Santa Cruz Animal Health, WeatherBeeta; Prize Level Sponsors: Active Interest Media, Astrid’s Oil, Dressage TestPro, EQ AM Magazine,FLAIR, Hound & Hare, I Love My Horse, Great British Equinery, Mare Modern Goods, Ride Heels Down, Tack of the Town, Weatherbeeta.

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Eventing Championships

Area 1 Championships 2021

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Placing to qualify1st – 3rd @ One Event
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1st – 3rd @ One Event
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Championship Divisions

Requirements for all:

  1. All Area Championship competitors MUST be current USEA members both at the time of qualifying AND the championship. Points for qualification are not retroactive after the 14 day grace period.
  2. All horses must be registered with USEA at the time of qualifying.
  3. All qualifying competitions must be USEA registered horse trials, two-day or three-day events.
  4. Divisions must have five or more starters to count as qualifying competitions.
  5. No horse may compete in more than one Area I Championship division in a calendar year.
  6. List all qualifying competitions on your entry form.
  7. Open to members of other Areas, but must qualify within Area I (except Preliminary).
  8. To qualify, you and the horse must have placed 1st thru 3rd at one event during the qualifying period at the level, including “Amateur Placings”* as determined by the USEA qualifications for the AEC. In addition, placing 1-5 at the previous year’s championship constitutes a qualifying ride.
  9. The qualifying period for each championship will be: from the closing date of the previous year’s championship to the closing date of the current year’s championship. (At the organizer’s discretion the closing date may be extended.).
  10. Horse and rider must qualify together.

Championship Divisions:

  1. Beginner Novice Championships:
    Rider Division: Rider may not have competed above novice level within the (2) previous years (including year of the championship). Horse may be of any grade or experience. In a Rider Championship division, horses may have prior experience at higher levels. If sufficient entries (each division must have at least 5 riders), the division may be split between Junior and Senior.
  2. Novice Championships: Rider may never have competed above training level within the (2) previous years (including year of the championship). Horse may be of any grade or experience. In a Rider Championship division, horses may have prior experience at higher levels. If sufficient entries, the division may be split between Junior and Senior. If entries warrant, organizers may also offer a horse division, open to all riders. To qualify, horses must never have competed at preliminary level or above.
  3. Training Championships: Rider may never have competed above preliminary level within the (2) previous years (including year of the championship). Horse may be of any grade or experience. In a Rider Championship division, horses may have prior experience at higher levels If sufficient entries, the division may be split between Junior and Senior. If entries warrant, organizers may also offer a horse division, open to all riders. To qualify, horses must never have competed at intermediate level or above.
  4. Preliminary Championships: Any qualified rider and horse may compete.

It is the responsibility of the competitor to know the know the qualifications and terms of these championships and enter in accordance with those specifications. Competitors who have improperly entered a championship division will forfeit their placing and awards.

*Amateur Placing is the system that bumps up in placing if an amateur places behind a professional in a division. EG: if you place 4th in a division with one or more professionals placing 1-3 you ARE qualified for the championships. Please check your USEA competition record for your qualification.

Guidelines for Hosting Area 1 Championship

AEC – American Eventing Championships

The AEC is the annual championship for every level of the Olympic equestrian sport of Eventing, from Beginner Novice to Advanced in America.

Aug 31-Sept5th 2021 – Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky

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Lists of Qualified Riders and Horses for the American Eventing Championships Posted Online

by By Amy Daum | Apr 20, 2006, 10:12 AM EST

The complete lists of the 2006 American Eventing Championships qualified horses and riders, at every level, can now be found on the USEA website at www.useventing.com. Just click on the AEC logo on the homepage, and go to 2006 Qualified Horses or 2006 Qualified Riders.

Please note that the list is not absolutely current. Results from each event need to be sent to the USEA, and entered into the database, which can result in a lag of up to several weeks. So, if you competed recently and don’t see your or your horse’s names, please wait a week or two and check for an update.

If you still don’t appear, please first re-check the lists of qualifications, which can be found on the AEC page. If you then believe there has been an error, contact Sharon Gallagher, Director of Sports Services, at (703) 779-0440 ext. 3005, and she will investigate the issue.

This year’s AEC, which will be held September 20-24, 2006, at the Carolina Horse Park in Raeford, NC, promises to be better than ever, with over $100,000 in cash and prizes, educational seminars throughout the week, the return of the surprisingly popular AEC Dog Show, course walks with top professionals, evening festivities, and some of the top eventing talent from every corner of the country and every level of competition.

Prizes include five Amerigo saddles, Maui Jim sunglasses, UlcerGard treatments, and Mountain Horse jackets. A Stackhouse saddle was recently added to the list, for the winner of the new Beginner Novice division.


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