#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving and is recognized as the day when the world community turns its mind to donating to the charity closest to their hearts and minds.
By supporting the USEA Foundation Roger Haller Fund for the Education of Eventing Officials you can help us “double our impact” and meet the challenge set this year by our wonderful anonymous donor who has set excellence in eventing education as a top priority. We need to raise just $10,000 more to reach our goal.
Thanks to everyone who supported this fund in 2016, the USEA Foundation was able to award two grants to two Eventing Officials who made the very best use of every grant dollar to reach their goals. Every rider in the sport will be the beneficiary of their expertise in years to come and for that we thank you, our donors and our friends.
At the USEA Annual Meeting and Convention in December, two additional grants will be awarded to course designers to enable them to increase their knowledge and proficiency and ensure that the U.S. has the highest caliber of designers well into the future. Again, this was all made possible by you, our donors.
So, on the day when the world turns its thoughts to giving, please consider making a donation in support of the Roger Haller Fund for the Education of Eventing Officials and telling our anonymous challenger that you join with them in your commitment to excellence in eventing education.
Visit the USEA Foundation website and make a secure tax-deductible donation now!
The FEI has published its Policy for Enhanced Competition Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, aimed at assisting organizers and national federations with the safe resumption of international equestrian events in line with national and local restrictions.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) has approved additional modifications to the qualification period for the 2020 USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds. The AEC is scheduled to take place August 25-30, 2020 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, and the USEA is doing everything possible to ensure a safe and successful Championship, while also ensuring fair opportunities for all.
This article will be updated to include statements as they are released from upcoming USEA recognized events regarding actions they are taking due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
This has been a difficult decision, but with the current pandemic situation at hand, we feel that this is the correct and ‘common sense’ direction to take. We are developing a plan to host a shorter, smaller, and more focused competition. We will be using state and local protocols to help guide us through this. Safety is paramount at Rebecca Farm, for both equine and human participants.