Use sports psychology and cross-training to prepare your brain and body for success! Treat and train yourself like an athlete by learning a series of rider-specific fitness exercises that’ll improve your strength, stamina, and suppleness using everything from medicine and stability balls to agility ladders and speed ropes. Then, bring the mind and body together with tips to up your game by improving your mental focus.
A city where the history is as rich as the food, Boston will see hundreds of three-day eventers on December 12-15 for the 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. The week will be packed with eventing highlights, educational seminars, year-end awards, announcement of grants and scholarships, and USEA’s 60-year birthday celebration.
At the Membership Open Forum at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, the group in attendance focused primarily on discussing different ways to grow the membership of the USEA, including retaining existing members, attracting new members, and removing barriers to entry for the sport of eventing.
During the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, Volunteer Committee Chair Bonnie Kibbie presented to the group assembled at the Volunteer Open Forum. She began by providing a report on the health of the Volunteer Incentive Program, including several statistics about usage by both events and volunteers.
Since the formation of the United States Eventing Association (USEA) in 1959, U.S. eventing has earned over 67 medals at international championships. The victories from the Pan American Games, World Equestrian Games, and the Olympic Games have brought joy, inspiration, and a unified passion for the sport.
A panel of officials, including Cindy Deporter, Tim Murray, Wayne Quarles, John Michael Durr, and Marilyn Payne led a presentation at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention about how to be a preceptor. Preceptors provide a vital part of the education process for those pursuing their eventing officials license.
Gretchen Butts led the Hylofit USEA Classic Series Three-Day Open Forum at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention where a number of topics were discussed.
The Safety Committee consists of three subcommittees: Rider Safety, Equine Safety, and Welfare, and Cross-Country Safety. They came together at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention to discuss what the subcommittees have been working on in the Safety Committee Open Forum.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) turns 60 years old this year, and the birthday celebration will begin on December 11-15 in Boston, Massachusetts. This monumental celebration will take place in the heart of downtown Boston at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
Roy Burek of Charles Owen passed away on April 27, 2019 following a heart attack in his sleep. Through his work at Charles Owen, Burek made an immeasurable contribution to head injury research and helmet safety technology. He gave a presentation at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention on the different safety technology currently used in helmets as well as advancements in technology that are taking place.
To kick off the Organizers Open Forum at the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, Robert Winter provided a report to the organizers in attendance on Xentry and invited organizers to provide feedback on some of the changes that have been implemented.