WooHoo — Big News! (Merger Approved)

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It has taken a lot of blood, sweat and tears (actually no blood and maybe just a few tears) but the decision to merge the Confederation for Working Equitation and WE United is a fait accompli!  Last night, the full boards of both the Confederation for Working Equitation and WE United voted unanimously to merge […]

Consolidation Work Continues to Progress

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The Boards of WE United and the Confederation for Working Equitation are continuing to meet, both in small teams with representatives from both organizations and as a large, combined group, to sculpt plans to consolidate the programs and structures into a single working equitation organization for the United States. The work is progressing on schedule, […]

Nicole Chastain Price Promotes to “S” Judge!

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We’re delighted to announce that Nicole Chastain Price has met all the requirements for promotion to the highest rank of Working Equitation Judge in the United States. She was awarded her “Senior Judge” license on June 24, 2020. Nicole, who initially earned her Working Equitation Judge license in 2017 is also a licensed dressage judge, […]

WE United Launches a New Educational Partnership!

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WE United is pleased to offer our members discounted access to over 100 online instructional videos through our partnership with wehorse.com. The videos feature Pedro Torres, World Champion working equitation trainer, competitor, and coach as well as renown instructors from a variety of disciplines (Dressage, In-Hand, Driving, Eventing, Jumping, and more!).         […]

WE United Welcomes 29th Breed to Our High Point Breed Program!

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Thanks to the generosity of member Stephanie Hayes and The Center for America’s First Horse, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting registered Spanish Barbs/Spanish Mustangs, WE United will begin recognizing the competition accomplishments of horses registered with four different registries that recognize Spanish Barbs and Spanish Mustangs. For those unfamiliar with the breed, the […]