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2020 USEA Hanoverian Eventing Awards Winners
Congratulations to the following USEA Hanoverian Awards winners!
Announcing: The Brooklea Farm Horse of the Year Award for Eventing.
2020 Winner: TBD
The AHS is announcing a new award for our members who compete in Eventing.
We have a very generous member and supporter of the sport who approached us earlier this year about sponsoring an award for the Overall Eventing Horse of the Year, for our AHS members who compete in the sport of Eventing.
Beginning in 2019, after we determine our Champions and Reserve Champions at the seven levels of Eventing, we will, using a “difficulty factor”, determine our Evening Horse of the Year. The champion at each successive level going up from Beginner Novice through Advanced will be assigned a percentage factor that reflects the increasing difficulty of the levels in the sport. The horse with the most points after the difficulty factor has been added will be named the Eventing Horse of the Year.
We already have an Overall Dressage Horse of the Year award at the FEI and National Levels, and we have an Overall Hunter Horse of the Year award; now we are thrilled to add this Overall Eventing Horse of the Year award.
Each year, the owner of the winning horse will receive a beautiful etched trophy to keep; and their horse’s name and breed information will go on a plate each year on the Brooklea Farm Eventing Horse of the Year Perpetual Plaque that will be hung in our national office in Kentucky.
Gallery of Champions and Reserves
Click on one of the thumbnails below (when available) to browse through available images of the Champion and Reserve Champion horses from the divisions listed below. Due to space restrictions, only photos of the Champions and Reserve Champions in each division of the 2019 USEA Hanoverian Awards Winners will appear in the Spring 2020 Yearbook issue of The American Hanoverian. Please forward your photos (high-resolution digital files, *tif, *eps, *jpg, 900 x 1200 pixels minimum) to the AHS Publications Editor. E-mail single digital files to email@example.com (will forward to both the magazine and web editors). Photos must be received by 2/20. All professional photos must include the photographer's name and a release for publication.