(Move the arrows in the center of the photo(s) above to see Hamilton Farm as it was in 1919 and then just recently at the 2017 Festival of Champions.)
First U.S. Olympic Gold Medal – Team Gold in Eventing in Los Angeles.
Pictured – Lt. Earl Thomson and Jenny Camp, Team Gold and Individual Silver, Eventing
The mounted Cavalry of the United States is disbanded.
Pictured – Lt. Colonel C.H. Anderson, Captain J.W. Russell, Colonel F.F. Thomson, General Henry, Colonel F.F. Wing, Lt. Colonel C.A. Symroski at the Dublin Horse Show (photo by USET Archive)
Whitney Stone is elected President of the USET and serves until 1973.
First USET team sent to the Pan American Games (in Mexico City) with a result of Individual Silver in Dressage for Maj. Robert Borg with Bill Biddle and Individual Gold in Eventing for Walter Staley, Jr. (pictured above) and Mud Dauber
Captain Bertalan de Nèmethy is hired as full-time Jumping coach.
The USET establishes a full-time, year-round training facility in Gladstone, New Jersey thanks to the generosity of the James Cox Brady family. The leased property provides for stabling and housing for horses and riders as they train in the three disciplines of Jumping, Eventing and Dressage. De Nèmethy, the Jumping coach, is joined by Stefan von Visy, who coaches Eventers and part-time Dressage coach Bengt Ljungquist.
USET riders win a clean sweep of all available Gold medals (5) at the Pan American Games in Sao Paulo. Pictured here is Gold Medal Eventing Team, Michael Page and Grasshopper, Kevin Freeman and Reno Pal, William Haggard and Bold Minstrel, Michael Plumb with Markham.