The Event @ Rebecca Farm July 17-21, 2024
Note: Rider registration opens June 6th. Links will become active as relevant information and forms become available.
FEI/USEF/USEA Recognized Divisions: CCI4*L, CCI4*S, CCI3*L, CC13*S, CCI2*L
USEF/USEA Recognized: I, P, M (pending approval)
USEA Recognized: T3D, N3D, T, N, BN (pending approval)
Camping is allowed on site for competitors. We have limited parking in the barn area. No open flame fires are allowed anywhere on the property. Parking Attendants will assist you in parking your RV.
*If you are bringing an RV or camper please sign up when you enter.
Shavings are available for purchase when you enter the show and through the show office. You may also order shavings before the week of the show via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hay & Grain
A local grass mix bale will be available for purchase. All other hay will need to be purchased from Murdoch’s at here or CHS 406-755-4724. You will have to pick up at both locations.
We have not found a local company to source competitor golf cart rentals this year.
Halt Cancer at X Pledge
Pledge Forms will be available in the Show Office if you’d like to collect pledges in support of the Halt Cancer at X Initiative. A limited number of Twinkle Breast Cancer Awareness kits will also be available for a contribution of $75 or more.
Developing Rider Grants
The Rebecca Broussard Developing Rider Grants have been extended through 2024!
The Developing Rider grants are awarded by the Broussard family through the USEA Foundation in memory and honor of Rebecca Chaney Broussard. “Becky” supported numerous international riders through both her generous financial contributions and horse ownership. She was truly respected and admired by all who knew her, and the sport of eventing has benefited at all levels from her extraordinary vision, involvement, and loyalty.
The Rebecca Broussard Developing Rider Grants are designed to assist and to encourage the development of event riders at the highest level of the sport. These grants are awarded to offset some of the travel and training expenses in the pursuit of achieving the qualities of an international rider.
While the focus of the grants is on riders at the CCI-4*L level, competitors in all FEI levels are encouraged to interview with the grant committee. The grants are not available to any rider who has already achieved the honor of representing the United States at international CCI-4* or CCI-5* eventing competitions.
The Rebecca Broussard Developing Rider Fund is separated into three categories:
1. The Rebecca Broussard International Developing Rider Grant (aka the “Big Becky”) awards $50,000 for the educational development of an international quality rider based on competition in eventing on the global stage.
2. The Rebecca Broussard National Developing Rider Grant (aka the “Little Becky”) awards $10,000 for the educational development of an international quality rider based on competition in eventing on the national stage.
All applicants for these categories of the Developing Rider Grants must complete an interview with the grant committee during The Event at Rebecca Farm. Applications are due by November 1. Grant recipients will be selected by the grant committee based on performance record, interview and involvement with the eventing community.
3. The Rebecca Farm Travel Grants are smaller grants to help with the cost of traveling to Rebecca Farm to interview for the Developing Rider Grants. To receive the travel funds, a rider must meet with the Developing Rider Grants Committee during The Event at Rebecca Farm. The interview will also make you eligible to receive the Developing Rider Grants. The Travel Grant application must be submitted by June 15th.
Visit the USEA Foundation website for additional information on all of the Developing Rider Grants.
Going Forward Grants
Returning for Three Years (2022-2024)!
The Going Forward Grants were initially developed as a one-time opportunity in 2020, when most events were being cancelled due to COVID-19. Their purpose was to keep USEA members active and looking forward to all the ways they could be involved in the sport, and not necessarily on the back of a horse.
Based on the interest in the grants, and the success achieved by the 2020 grant recipients, the Broussard family has chosen to offer the grants annually for the next three years, 2022-2024. They will be awarded to eligible and qualified USEA Members through an application, interview, and review process.
The educational grants cover three areas:
- Horsemanship Immersion Program
- USEA Instructors’ Certification Program
- Eventing Officials ‘r’ Training Program