Maximize your performance potential by learning from the renowned expert in equine medicine, Dr. Mark Revenaugh! The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce that Dr. Revenaugh will be coming to Albuquerque, New Mexico as the keynote speaker of the 2021 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention.
Dr. Revenaugh is a leading sport horse veterinarian who has spearheaded many advanced technologies used today, including bone scan and shockwave therapies. Since 1997, Dr. Revenaugh has served as a U.S. Team Veterinarian or Assistant Team Veterinarian. He is a published author at The Horse, he has spoken to audiences around the world, and he has hosted webinars on a variety of topics. By working with the country’s best horses and riders for over 25 years, Dr. Revenaugh’s passion has always been focused on helping owners and horses maximize their performance potential.
During the 2021 USEA Annual Meeting, which is set to take place in-person on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque, USEA members will have the opportunity to ask Dr. Revenaugh questions after his keynote presentation on ‘Top 10 Things I have Learned as an Equine Veterinarian and Other Musings.’ Shortly after the keynote address, USEA members will also have the opportunity to listen to Boyd Martin, Phillip Dutton, Doug Payne, and Tamie Smith as they speak on their Tokyo Olympic performance.
Interested in learning how to keep your horse comfortable at an event? Or what to look for in prepurchase exams? Or why horses break out in hives? Start preparing the questions now by learning more about the keynote speaker below!
Dr. Revenaugh is the owner of Northwest Equine Performance. He is a renowned expert in the diagnosis and treatment of lameness and performance issues, attracting clients from all over the country. His fascination with equine medicine and competitive performance began long before opening his specialty clinic in Oregon. Though he studied riding under eventing icon Bruce Davidson and spent several years in human medical research, his passion was always focused on helping owners and horses maximize their performance potential. He pursued that passion at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1991.
In 1997, Dr. Revenaugh took his first trip as official USET Team Veterinarian, traveling to Germany for a pairs Driving World Championship. Dr. Revenaugh has been honored to serve as a Team Veterinarian or Assistant Team Veterinarian since that time. Duties have included selecting, treating and advising elite level professionals in the equine industry, maintaining health and maximizing performance.
Dr. Revenaugh moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2002 where he intended to create a small and unique practice to work exclusively with equine performance issues and lameness. The clinic quickly grew into one of the premier equine sports medicine practices in the western United States reflecting Dr. Revenaugh’s investment in advanced technologies, imaging modalities, and leading-edge therapies. Dr. Revenaugh has also served as the Director of the High Performance Sports Group since 2013 in an effort to help further not only the sport, but the profession as well. His greatest professional joy remains being part of a winning team; helping horses and owners make good decisions to advance equine health and maximize performance. Dr. Revenaugh lives on a farm in Mulino, Oregon with his wife and two children.
Register now to secure your ticket to the grand celebration of eventing from this past year of successful and historic results. Registration fees will increase after the early bird discount, which expires on December 6. Click here to register.
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For more information about the 2021 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, click here or contact [email protected].
About the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention
The USEA Annual Meeting & Convention takes place each December and brings together a large group of dedicated USEA members and supporters to discuss, learn, and enjoy being surrounded by other eventing enthusiasts. The USEA organizes multiple seminars in addition to committee meetings, open forums, and tons of fun! The 2021 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention is taking place at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico, December 9-12, 2021. Click here to learn more about the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention.
The USEA would like to thank the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention Sponsors: Adequan, Bates Saddles, Mountain Horse USA, Nunn Finer, Nutrena, Parker Equine Insurance, RevitaVet, Rebecca Farm, SmartPak Equine, Standlee Premium Western Forage, Stackhouse Saddles, Sunsprite Sporthorses, World Equestrian Brands, and Saratoga Horseworks.
Tomorrow, the first of five regional clinics for the USEA Emerging Athletes U21 (EA21) Program kicks off in the central region of the country in Benton, Louisiana, at Holly Hill Farm. Throughout the summer, the remaining clinics on the East and West Coast will follow. At each clinic, 12 hand-selected riders will participate in a two-day clinic led by USEA Eventing Coaches Program (ECP) coaches. The purpose of the EA21 program is to create a pipeline for potential team riders by identifying and developing young talent, improving horsemanship and riding skills, and training and improving skills and consistency. The intention is to provide young athletes with access to an added level of horsemanship and riding skills to further their training and skill development with greater consistency.
After the first day of competition, Canadian Olympian Colleen Loach and her horse FE Golden Eye lead an international field in the CCI4*-L division of the MARS Bromont CCI.
Stone Gate Farm Horse Trials, located in Hanoverton, Ohio, announced they would cancel their fall horse trials, which were scheduled for Sept. 23-24.
Morgan Rowsell had just wrapped up organizing a successful Essex H.T. in Far Hills, New Jersey, on June 4, but as he turned his attention to his next show two weeks later, he was faced with challenges presented by the effects that wildfires from Canada are now having on equestrian sports in the Northeast. “The very next day, the smoke came in,” he said. “It looks like a warm, humid, hazy day, but it’s not humid, it’s not warm, it’s actually quite cool. There’s no air. There’s very little breeze. There’s a northeast wind coming out of Canada that is bringing all the Novia Scotia and Quebec smoke to us, and it smells like smoke.”