The USEA is pleased to welcome RevitaVet as a silver level sponsor for the 2009 Bit of Britain/USEA American Eventing Championships, Young Rider of the year sponsor at the Annual Meeting and Convention, and also the "Official USEA Infrared Therapy System."
With over 40 years of independent research worldwide, Infrared/Photo Therapy has been shown to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms.
As an industry leader of equestrian preventative maintenance and rehabilitation devices, our mission at RevitaVet™ is to educate competitors and horse owners of all disciplines on the benefits infrared/photo therapy, and advantages of addressing costly issues as, or even before they arise.
The RevitaVet™ IR2 Systems offers not only the leading technology in non-invasive care for conditions like navicular, saddle sores and musculoskeletal injuries, but has set the precedent for preventive maintenance. The IR2 is easily applied to the horse (or other animal large or small), and delivers safe and effective pulsed infrared light therapy which stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal, but at an accelerated pace. The application can be 5-15 minutes and system offer 7 selectable frequencies, thus allowing for a customized therapy. Treatment will not harm healthy tissue and has no known negative side effects. Infrared therapy is applicable and beneficial to all breeds and disciplines. RevitaVet™ is manufactured to the highest quality, and guarantees professional results. For more information call 800-279-1479 or visit our website at www.revitavet.com.
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US Equestrian has announced the USEF Eventing High Performance Elite, Pre-Elite, and Development Training Lists for the winter of 2021. The training lists are part of U.S. Performance Director Erik Duvander’s U.S. Eventing Pathway Program, focused on developing combinations to deliver sustainable success for the USEF Eventing Program at the international championship level. Full program details and criteria for the training lists are available here.
The USEA would like to wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving! Some of our wonderful partners and sponsors are providing USEA members and followers special discounts for Black Friday, so please check out the offers listed below and support these great companies that support your sport.
The Area V Championships were split between two events: the Novice and Beginner Novice Championships were held at the Meadowcreek Park Fall Social Event in Kosse, Texas on September 19-20, 2020, and the Preliminary and Training Championships were held at the Texas Rose Horse Park Fall Horse Trials in Tyler, Texas on November 7-8, 2020.
Given the current Covid-19 pandemic situation the Eventing Committee met for monthly videoconference calls between March November 2020, led by the Chair David O’Connor and attended by all the Eventing Committee Members and FEI Eventing Department. The Eventing Committee videoconference calls included many discussions to finding solutions to the ramifications of the Covid-19 virus in order to encourage the organization of eventing competitions, Nations Cup, and Championships.