Five USEF Advanced Combined Driving National Championships Get Underway at Live Oak International 2020
Combined driving athletes have flocked to Ocala, Fla., this week for their chance at a USEF Advanced Combined Driving National Championship title. Live Oak International sets the stage for five USEF Advanced Combined Driving National Championships...
Posted on Mar 4, 2020
Impressions of the farm were that it is spacious, it’s beautiful, and it’s driver-friendly. It boasts a full course of permanent, intricate and interesting marathon hazards (have you seen the drone footage on our ADS Facebook Page?). Metamora is one of the most spectator-friendly CDEs. On marathon day, bleachers were full in the main field that had a view of five of the seven hazards. Announcer Alicia Pierce was the narrator of the day from the time the first horse started on course right up until the end, giving insider details on the drivers and their equines. She turned up the volume with her up to the moment placing changes, elevating the excitement from the fans at each obstacle. The Cones Course was an intricate and technical course that saw just one double clear in the weekend (A large land bridge in the middle of the hilly course was a unique addition).
Posted on Jun 29, 2019
Metamora CT and CDE 2019 is hosted by Metamora Carriage and Driving Association. The location of the event is Windrush Farm Metamora, Michigan. This is a 3 day Combined Carriage Driving Event including Dressage, a Marathon and a Cones competition.
Posted on Jun 22, 2019
Start lists, and results for the Live Oak International Combined Driving Event 2019
Posted on Mar 6, 2019
The Grand Oaks Equestrian Resort in Weirsdale, Florida named by the US Equestrian as an Elite Training Center for Driving stepped up to the plate the first week of 2019, and hit a home run on all levels. Beautiful show grounds, perfect weather...
Posted on Jan 10, 2019
For anyone who competes in the sport of Combined Driving, the dedication of any organizing committee and location hosting the event id often a labor of love and dedication to the sport. In the US, the entry fees and related expanses of competitors only covers about half of the cost to run a show.
Posted on Nov 29, 2018