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Thanksgiving is this Thursday… Let’s share our GRATITUDE for the talented horses who make ANRC possible. Share a favorite memory of a horse who made competing at ANRC Championships a special ... See more

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Test your knowledge by taking the Forward Riding Concepts Q&A. Each quiz is presented monthly and made up of just 5 questions. The quiz questions are based on ... See more

EquestrianCoach

Have you ever been asked to get off and back on in an equitation test? Julie Winkel puts on her judge's hat to explain the correct way in this blog post. ... See more

USEF Network

After making a huge impression in the final round, Emma Fletcher made her move to the top of the leaderboard to take the win in the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final at the Pennsylvania ... See more

USEF Network

That hand gallop directly to fence 1... 😍 Beautiful example of half and light seats being used effectively by Emma Fletcher on her way to winning the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final ... See more

After making a huge impression in the final round, Emma Fletcher made her move to the top of the leaderboard to take the win in the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final at the Pennsylvania ... See more

EquestrianCoach

Light seat or deep seat, which is best for equitation classes? It’s eq finals season so we’ll be featuring an #equitation blog every Monday. #MaclayMonday 🐴 ... See more

The Chronicle Of The Horse

It’s coming! 😱

Ditch the irons in November to prep for the ANRC National Equitation Championship in April. Riding without stirrups will strengthen all 4 fundamentals of a good working ... See more

Need an excuse to strengthen your position this fall? The Chronicle of the Horse invites you to participate in our No Stirrup November Challenge. Ride without your stirrups in November a minimum of ... See more

ANRC Championship Format

The championships are conducted for college, junior, adult amateur, and ANRC alumni teams in four phases: Derby Phase, Flat Phase, Medal Phase, and Written Phase.

The highest score in each phase ... See more

The championships are conducted for college, junior, adult amateur, and ANRC alumni teams in four phases: Derby Phase, Flat Phase, Medal Phase, and Written Phase.

The highest score in each phase ... See more

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The Hunter Seat Equitation Medal Phase counts for 30% of a rider's total score. The judges give each rider a score of 1–100 based on equitation
and overall performance.

Each competitor performs ... See more

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