Welcome to Autumn Schweiss Eventing

Having grown up in Minnesota on horses since a very young age, Autumn Schweiss has moved to the heart of horse country in Ocala, Florida, considered by many as the premier eventer's location in all of the United States.

From here, she continues to compete and is willing to share her vast knowledge of the sport she learned from other renowned world-class clinicians and Olympians during her lifetime.

She is passionate about eventing, dedicated to good business and committed to seeing other riders achieve what they need to progress in the sport. Please feel free to contact Autumn for further information and follow her on Facebook as well.


Dressage is very important to the three-day event horse, as it helps to develop the muscular strength and suppleness needed the other two days of competition. The purpose of the dressage test is to demonstrate the level of communication between the horse and rider.


The cross-country test takes place on the second day of competition. The object of this test is to prove the speed, endurance, and jumping ability of the horse over varied terrain and obstacles.


The final test is show jumping, also referred to as stadium jumping. A show jumping course comprises a series of colored fences usually made up of lightweight rails in an arena that are easily knocked down.