July Zone 1 Update
Thank you for being a Zone 1 member! See who participated in late summer EAP Regional Training Sessions, learn about educational forums in our zone, see upcoming deadlines and more.
Congratulations to Late Summer EAP Regional Training Session Participants from our Zone
Congratulations to our Zone 1's athletes who participated in the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund/USHJA Emerging Athletes Program late summer Regional Training Sessions.

EAP Participants
  • Eva Bernstein, Katharine Dade, Caroline Palmer, Jonathan Porteous, Olivia Grace Rooney and Lauren Woznica

3’ Section Participants
  • Lindsey Bihuniak, Emma Grimes, Geniefer Loring, Emmalyn Mirarchi, Julia Peteros and Grace Taylor,
Visit the USHJA Facebook page to see more photos!
Good Luck to Riders Competing at the 2019 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships
Good luck to our riders who are competing at the 2019 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships presented by Gotham North, July 30-August 4 at Old Salem Farm in New York.

The Championships will be live streamed on USEF Network.

Click here for more information.
Don't Miss These Zone 1 Educational Forums
Don't miss the opportunity to attend a USHJA Zone 1 Educational Forum this year. The forums are free, cover a variety of topics and include refreshments. Mark your calendar:

  • Aug. 20, Silver Oak Jumper Tournament, Halifax, Mass., "Walk the course to win it"
  • Sept. 26, MHC Equitation Finals, Northampton, Mass., "The winning round"
Entries Open for the AON/USHJA National Championships
Entries are now open for the AON/USHJA National Championships, which will be returning to The Las Vegas National CSI3*-W Novermber 11-17. Click here to read more!
Congratulations to Our HQC Stable Challenge Winner!
Congratulations to Kristi Smith and Cedar Brook Farm, winners of the 2019 Horsemanship Quz Stable Challenge in Zone 1.

The Stable Challenge is designed to engage a trainer's entire barn as a team. At least three students per trainer had to complete the USHJA Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Practice Quiz between June 15 and July 15.

Each of the high scoring trainers will be receiving a USHJA backpack with a brush, hoofpick, and TCP manual; a helmet from Charles Owen; a one-year membership to Equestriancoach.com; a $200 Parlanti gift certificate; a grooming bucket with supplies from Shapley's; a $100 FITS Breeches gift certificate and a $100 gift card from State Line Tack.
Good Luck to Riders Headed to USEF Pony Finals
USEF Pony Finals, presented by Collecting Gaits Farm, is just around the corner August 6-11 at The Kentucky Horse Park.

Good luck to our riders participating, including our Zone riders who will be competing in the USEF Pony Jumper Championships.

USHJA will again host educational clinics during Pony Finals. Click here for more info.

Catch all the action on USEF Network.
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Getting to Know EAP Clinician Cynthia Hankins 

Cynthia Hankins, one of this summer’s clinicians at the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund/USHJA Emerging Athletes Program Regional Training Sessions, is widely recognized for winning the AHSA Medal finals in 1977 and for her national and international success with jumpers. Did you know that Cynthia’s winning record in the show ring started at a much earlier age? Cynthia took top prize in Leadline at Devon two times, at ages three and four. Her first Medal class win came at age 12 on a 13.2 1/2 hand pony, and she qualified for the Medal and ASPCA Maclay finals that year, finishing fifth in the Maclay. Cynthia’s story was featured in ”Equitation: A Foundation for Life” at the USHJA Wheeler Museum.

Photo courtesy Cynthia Hankins.
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