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ABOUT

Endurance riding varies in distance of 50 to 100 miles. This event tests both the rider’s horsemanship and their knowledge of their horse. The riders go out on "loops" that range from 10 to 25 miles of cross country terrain, often including natural obstacles such as creeks, ditches, and forests. At the end of every loop horses must complete and pass a vet check. In order to be continue, horses must reach a pulse criterion of between 60-68 beats per minute, and pass an examination for hydration, gut sounds, lameness, metabolics, and overall appearance. The horse and rider then get a rest period, between 30-60 minutes, and continue on their next loop.
Endurance joined the event as an official championship in 2011. Juniors and Young Riders compete head-to-head in a CEI2* (120km/75 mile ride) on trails throughout the horse park and surrounding properties.
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ALUMNI CLUB

The NAJYRC Alumni Club was designed to honor the past athletes that have competed at the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships.
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RESULTS

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criteria

What you need to know before you go.

FORMS

All competitors must submit a completed waiver. Contact mcoley@usef.org for questions.

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