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Ocala, Florida world class eventing

Ocala, Florida world class eventing

Welcome to World Class Eventing (WCE)

WCE is a breathtaking venue designed to aid equestrians in developing their skills and build confidence between horse and rider. Our farm is designed to provide the best application for practice. Our mission is to supply the tools necessary to become a successful equestrian. Whether you are schooling for the day, organizing or attending a clinic, participating in a horse trial, or looking for a scenic equestrian getaway we are the watering hole everyone has been talking about. 

Education is important to our staff. Without the proper environment, retention and quality instruction are hard to come by. We direct our attention to the environment, philosophy, application, and delivery of instruction to equestrians and their horses. Focus is important in retention and self improvement, so we make sure that for every ride the student goes home with something to improve upon. 

Feel free to visit our magnificent facility located in Ocala, FL. We are equipped with some of the best maintenance staff in the entire state. Our arenas, courses, and facilities are kept clean and manicured to achieve the best rider experience possible. WCE supplies its riders with the choice of three well lit outdoor working arenas, two climate controlled indoor arenas, two magnificently engineered cross country courses, and 600+ acres of open land with riding trails. boarding, clinic venue rental, daily schooling (XC, Show Jumping and Dressage), galloping, hacking, show venue rental. 

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USEF Announces Eventing Grants

(09/30/2014) Mon, 2014-07-21 10:16Authored By: USEF Press ReleaseUSEF Announces Eventing Grants for European Competition​Lexington, Ky. - The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and United States Equestrian Team Foundation (USET) have announced the eventing competition grants for European competition in the fall of 2014. Jacqueline B. Mars Competition and Training GrantsThe USET Foundation is pleased to announce that the Jacqueline B. Mars Competition and Training Grants have been awarded to Lillian Heard and Kurt Martin; eventing riders who have been identified and recommended by the USEF Eventing Selectors, with impressive records and potential to represent the United States in future international competition. Heard (Hamilton, Va.) will compete her own 2002 Thoroughbred Cross gelding Share Option at the Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4*. Martin (Middleburg, VA) will compete his own 2006 Holsteiner mare at the Military Boekelo CCIO3*.The United States Equestrian Team Foundation (www.uset.org) is the non-profit organization that supports the competition, training, coaching, travel and educational needs of America's elite and developing international, high-performance horses and athletes in partnership with the United States Equestrian Federation.USEF Land Rover Competition GrantsThe USEF has awarded USEF Land Rover Competition Grants to the following horse-and-rider combinations. Grant recipients will compete at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4*, Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials CCI3*, Military Boekelo CCIO3*and the Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4*. Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4* The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4*, September 4-7, 2014 in Stamford, England. Buck Davidson (Ocala, Fla.) and Carl and Cassandra Segal's Park TraderPark Trader is a 2002 Irish Thoroughbred gelding. Phillip Dutton (West Grove, Pa.) and Bruce Duchossois' Mighty NiceMighty Nice is a 2004 Irish Sport Horse gelding. Meghan O'Donoghue (Carbondale, Ill.) and her own PiratePirate is a 2002 Thoroughbred gelding. Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4* or Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials CCI3* The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4*, September 4-7, 2014 in Stamford, England or the Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials CCI3*, September 11-14, 2014 in Woodstock, England. Jan Byyny (Purcellville, Va.) and her own and Dick and Jo Bynny's InmidairInmidair is a 1999 New Zealand Thoroughbred gelding.Hannah Sue Burnett (The Plains, Va.) and Jacqueline Mars' Harbour PilotHarbour Pilot is a 2003 Irish Sport Horse gelding. Lauren Kieffer (Middleburg, Va.) and Team Rebecca, LLC's VeronicaVeronica is a 2002 Dutch Warmblood mare. Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials CCI3* The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials CCI3*, September 11-14, 2014 in Woodstock, England. Phillip Dutton (West Grove, Pa.) and Tom Tierney and Simon Roosevelt's Fernhill CubalawnFernhill Cubalawn is a 2003 Holsteiner gelding. Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4* or Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4* The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4*, September 4-7, 2014 in Stamford, England or the Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4*, October 22-26, 2014 in Pau, France. Marilyn Little (Frederick, Md.) and Raylyn Farms and Team Demeter's RF DemeterRF Demeter is a 2002 Oldenburg mare. Military Boekelo CCIO3*The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Military Boekelo CCIO3*, October 9-12, 2014 in Boekelo, The Netherlands.Kurt Martin (Middleburg, Va.) and his own Anna BellaAnna Bella is a 2006 Holsteiner mare. MacKenna Shea (Tacoma, WA) and her own LandiosoLandioso is 2002 Bavarian Warmblood gelding. Sharon White (Summit Point, W.V.) and Mary Ann Ghadban's Under SuspectionUnder Suspection is a 2004 Holsteiner mare.Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4*The following horse-and-rider combinations have been awarded Land Rover Competition Grants to compete at the Les Etoiles De Pau CCI4*, October 22-26, 2014 in Pau, France.Lillian Heard (Hamilton, Va.) and her own Share OptionShare Option is a 2002 Thoroughbred Cross gelding. Clark Montgomery (Wiltshire, UK) and Jessica Montgomery, Kathryn Kraft, and Holly and William Becker's Loughan GlenLoughan Glen is a 2003 Irish Sport Horse gelding. Doug Payne (Apex, N.C.) and Larry and Amelia Ross' and his own Crown TalismanCrown Talisman is a 2003 Holsteiner/Thoroughbred gelding.Additionally, as per the USEF Selection Procedures for Eventing Travelling Reserves will be named prior to the Definite Entry Date to the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games from the previously named alternates.To learn more about the Squad for the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games and alternates visit; Follow the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team here.

Compliance with USEF

(09/30/2014) Tue, 2014-06-17 15:38Authored By: USEFNotice Regarding Compliance with USEF Equine Drugs and Medications Program Requirements for Use of Dexamethasone and MethocarbamolIn 2014 a new category of rules, GR 414 Prohibited Practices, was introduced to the USEF Rule Book with an effective date of December 1, 2013. Implementation of this rule affected changes to the administration of the following quantitatively restricted therapeutic medications in competition:* Dexamethasone (Azium®)*  - maximum 24 hour dose has been decreased from 20milligrams/1000lb horse to 10milligrams/1000lb horse and must be administered in accordance with GR414.* Ketoprofen (Ketofen®) - maximum 24 hour dose 1.0 gram/1000lb horse remains the same, however it must NOT be administered within 12 hours prior to competition.* Methocarbamol (Robaxin®) - maximum 24 hour dose 5.0 grams/1000lb horse remains the same, however must NOT be administered within 12 hours prior to competition. In the first half of 2014, to facilitate a compliance transition and to educate competitors regarding the appropriate therapeutic use of these medications in competition, the Chair of the USEF Equine Drugs and Medications Committee (with the approval of the USEF Hearing Committee) issued a warning to the trainer if excessive levels of methocarbamol or dexamethasone were detected.However, please be advised that going forward, any sample taken on July 1, 2014 or after that results in a positive finding for excessive methocarbamol or dexamethasone  will be adjudicated through the normal regulatory process which may result in issuing a penalty.For your convenience and review, recommendations for the administration of both of these medications is summarized here:Dexamethasone:Each 24 hours, not more than 1.0 milligrams of dexamethasone injectable solution per 100 pounds of body weight should be administered intravenously, intramuscularly, or orally. For a 1000 pound animal, the maximum daily intravenous or intramuscular dose of dexamethasone injectable solution is 10.0 milligrams, which equals 2.5 milliliters of the injectable solution (4.0 milligrams per milliliter). No part of this dose should be administered during the 12 hours prior to competing. Dexamethasone should not be administered for more than five successive days. Dexamethasone Emergency Alternative for urticaria (hives)IMPORTANT:  This alternative dose for dexamethasone can only be administered by a licensed veterinarian for the treatment of hives (urticaria).  A medication report form must be filed consistent with GR411.  The filing of a medication report form is required to document compliance with the new 12 Hour Rule prohibiting injections in the 12 hour period prior to competing.Each 24 hours, not more than 0.5 milligrams of dexamethasone injectable solution per 100 pounds of body weight should be administered intravenously, preferably less. For a 1000 pound animal, the maximum daily intravenous dose of dexamethasone injectable solution is 5.0 milligrams, which equals 1.25 milliliters of the injectable solution (4.0 milligrams per milliliter). No part of this dose should be administered during the 6 hours prior to competing.Dexamethasone should not be administered for more than five successive days. Methocarbamol:Whenever methocarbamol is administered, the dose should be accurately calculated according to the actual weight of the horse or pony. Each 24 hours, not more than 5.0 mg per pound of body weight should be administered, preferably less. For a 1000 pound animal, the maximum dose each 24 hours is 5.0 grams, which equals ten 500 milligram tablets or 50 cc of the injectable (100 milligrams per milliliter). No dose should be administered during the 24 hours immediately following the prior dose.

FEI Tribunal Issues

(09/30/2014) Wed, 2014-04-23 17:03Authored By: FEIFEI Tribunal Issues Partial Decision in Paget CaseThe FEI Tribunal has issued a partial decision in the Clifton Promise (Jonathan Paget) case. Clifton Promise tested positive to the banned substance reserpine at the Burghley CCI4* in September 2013.Paget, the Person Responsible (PR), accepted that the banned substance had been found in the horse and requested that the FEI Tribunal, prior to a full hearing, rule separately on the automatic disqualification from Burghley.The Tribunal has ruled that Clifton Promise and Paget are disqualified from their placing at Burghley and that all points and prize money won at the event by Clifton Promise must be forfeited.As a result of this decision, the Burghley placings, rider rankings and FEI Classics™ standings have been amended.The full hearing of the Clifton Promise case is scheduled for 3 June 2014, after which a final decision will be issued by the FEI Tribunal.The text of the partial decision is available here.

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