This year the USEA will host an Annual Meeting & Convention unlike any other. The 2020 USEA Annual Meeting will be held virtually and participants can attend the meeting from the comfort of their own home. The 2020 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention was originally set to take place in Albuquerque, New Mexico but, due to COVID-19, the in-person meeting was postponed and replaced by a unique virtual experience.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Board of Governors voted last week to postpone the 2020 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention that was scheduled to take place at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico on December 10-13, 2020. The intention is to hold the 2021 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico instead.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is thrilled to welcome back the Corporate Sponsor Standlee Hay Company Inc. as the "Official Forage of the USEA." They will also join as the Title Sponsor of the USEA Horse of the Year Leaderboard, Gold Level Sponsor of the USEA American Eventing Championships, Contributing Level Sponsor of the USEA Future Event Horse Program, and Contributing Level Sponsor of the USEA Young Event Horse Program.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the renewed partnership of longtime sponsor RevitaVet for 2020. RevitaVet will return as the Title Sponsor of the 2020 USEA Young Rider of the Year Leaderboard. RevitaVet will provide a RevitaVet IR2 Complete System to the leaderboard winner at the 2020 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention which will take place on December 10-13 at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention has come and gone, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out! We have a number of the weekend's educational sessions and seminars available on demand on U.S. Eventing TV for your enjoyment and learning. Select from the videos listed below, or visit the U.S. Eventing TV section of the USEA website to watch any of the videos on demand.
The keynote address at the 2019 USEA Annual Meeting of Members at the USEA Convention featured three presenters speaking on the past, present, and future of eventing. First, eventing legend Jim Wofford gave the audience a lesson on the history of eventing. Next, USEA President Max Corcoran spoke about the current state of affairs in eventing. Finally, five-star eventer Woodge Fulton shared her insights into where the sport is headed. At the end of their presentations, the panel took questions from the audience.
Jeff Newman, President and CEO of the Maryland Five-Star at Fair Hill, gave a presentation at the 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention about the progress that has taken place at Fair Hill towards preparing the facility to host the five-star next October. The Maryland Five-Star at Fair Hill will take place October 15-18, 2020.
This year’s USEA Annual Meeting & Convention was a special week as the United States Eventing Association (USEA), formerly known as the United States Combined Training Association (USCTA), celebrated its 60th anniversary. It was several days of celebration and education and none of it would have been possible without the support of the many loyal partners of the USEA. Thanks to their generous support, the Convention was a ‘wicked’ good time in the great city of Boston, Massachusetts.
Newly minted USEA President Max Corcoran opened the final Board of Governors meeting of the 2019 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention in Boston, Massachusetts by sharing her enthusiasm for her new position.
This presentation covers understanding the connection between problems in performance and the precise underlying muscle causing the problem, due to resistance from muscle tightness, identifying causes of muscle tightness and prevention, and solving and eliminating the resistance to specific movements in performance.
This session, which was presented by Nutrena Feeds, focuses on how to build and maintain quality muscle through nutrition, understanding the proper calorie sourcing for fueling different types of work, and tips to manage common situations encountered by performance horses.