Nov 30, 2012

Save Your Holiday Shopping For The USEA Annual Meeting and Convention

The Mountain Horse Grace Jacket embroidered with the USEA logo will be one of the items available for sale.

This year the USEA is offering a plethora of shopping options at the Annual Meeting and Convention in Colorado Springs, CO. The Convention will be a great opportunity to cross some gifts off your holiday shopping list.

The shopping opportunities will kick off Thursday evening with a Live Auction at the Board of Governors Reception. The auction features a variety of items generously donated. The items include:

- Horse Transportation from Sutton Forwarding
- Dubarry boots
- Mountain Horse jacket
- Wise Equestrian Saddle autographed by Phillip Dutton
- Weatherbeeta Turnout Blanket
- Entry to the 2013 Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships

Thanks to all of the donors who made this live auction possible.

The USEA will also be bringing a selection of its fabulous line of logo wear including Mountain Horse jackets and fleeces. These will be available to purchase at the Registration desk.

In addition to the USEA logo wear there will be a wide range of vendors selling items that will surely have something for everyone! The vendors at this year’s trade fair include: Advantage Bioscience, Auburn Labs, Equipment of Culture, Broadstone Equine Insurance, Charles Owen, Equestrian Events Inc., High Tech Horse Jumps/Jumps For 4-Joy, Kan Taq Ltd., Mountain Horse /English Riding Supply, Nutrena, Point Two Air Jackets, ProChaps, Professional Choice Sports Medicine Products, Inc., RevitaVet,
So. California Equestrian Sports, SpeedCheck, The Parker Financial Consulting Group of Wells Fargo Advisors LLC., World Equestrian Brands, and Wise Equestrian.

The final opportunities to get your shopping done will include the USEA Area IX silent auction which will be held every day in the trade fair.

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