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Occasionally I get some really good news sent to me very anonymously, sometimes it isn’t so good, but this one is. For many years the USEF has been a leader in the introduction of Frangible Devices in the sport of Eventing. They are one of the few Federations to require Frangible Devices on certain types of fences and also one of a very few that actually subsidize the cost of using the devices.
Until now the USEF has only funded the British developed Frangible Pin. But a little birdy tells me this is all about to change. As of very soon, the USEF will broadly support “Frangible Devices” and will subsidise the cost of the Mim NewEra System and I believe the Prolog, (while the Mim is a definite, I am not 100% sure on the Prolog).
Side on view of the Mim Team's Adjustable Post and Rail
I honestly believe that the Mim system is the best available product on the market today. This is great news for US Eventing and I hope that the leadership shown by the USEF will be adopted by of other Federations including my own which lags behind in this area.
This change for the USEF will be reflected in changes to the design rules in the US that mandate the use of Frangible Pins on certain fences to more broadly Approved Frangible Devices.
Congratulations to the USEF for being world leaders in this area, as I understand it the push for this change came from the very top.
Hi guys just a very quick post to explain. I have withdrawn my support for the Eventing Radio Show and cancelled my affiliation with the show. This is a personal matter that does not reflect on the Horse Radio Network. To get your fill of ERS in the future please go direct to www.horseradionetwork.com thanks again John.
German Eventing Team Member and Grand Prix Dressage Rider, Ingrid Klimke, makes her debut on the show as she explains her priorities as a competitor and mother. Max is back in the co-host chair too with an update from Florida and the early season events. Take a listen right here…
Eventing Radio Episode 121 by Bit of Britain – Show Notes and Links: