Join the Journey

Ashley has chosen a life very different than most. From before she can remember she has been passionate about horses. She is dedicated to learning as much about riding and training horses in her lifetime as possible. Ashley’s goal is to become a top 4* rider, and a future weapon for the US equestrian team. Ashley has dedicated her life to improving herself as a competitor and trainer. She believes that with hard work, perseverance, and an open mind, the possibilities are endless.If you are interested in joining Ashley on this journey, be it sponsoring, owning, advising, or simply encouraging, please feel free to contact her! No matter the support avenue, each and every contribution counts!

 

Special Thanks to following people for their contributions:AK Eventing

  • Peter Kehoe and Louise Cantrell-Kehoe
  • Jeff Beshear – Vet, Jim Ellis – Farrier
  • Alli Nelson – working student
  • Karen and David O’Connor– Long time trainers and Mentors
  • Sharon White – boss and coach extraordinaire
  • John McMurry
  • Paul and Karyn Wilson
  • Steffanie Burgevin
  • Emily Beshear
  • Patti Swan
  • Radnor Hunt Pony Club
  • Pam Wiedemann
  • Debbie Adams

THE AMERICAN HORSE TRIALS FOUNDATION

Helping riders and event organizers pay for their training and competition expenses

The American Horse Trials Foundation is a non-profit corporation established to assist Three Day Event Riders and Organizers in raising tax deductible financial support for national and international competition.  Eventing is one of three Olympic Equestrian sports, with its origins in cavalry training – combining the very diverse disciplines of dressage, cross-country riding and show jumping.

Journey

Riders who are bona fide national or international level competitors are eligible to apply for grants from the American Horse Trials Foundation to further their preparation for Olympic or World Championship competition.  The American Horse Trials Foundation expanded its program to include grants for USEA recognized Events.  Additionally, the program includes grants for qualified Young Riders and Riders competing in the Show Jumping, Dressage, Endurance and Driving disciplines.

The Foundation has enabled athletes with limited financial resources to train and compete at the national and international levels.  At this time our beneficiaries include many of the top Eventers in the country including most of the team members and individual competitors at the Olympic games, World Equestrian Games and Pan Am Games since the late 1980’s.  The Foundation has also enabled Event Organizers to build, maintain and upgrade their courses.

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The American Horse Trials Foundation has been granted tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  All contributions are deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.  Donations should be directed to the American Horse Trials Foundation, Inc.