The Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event is known for its amazing shopping opportunities almost as much as it is for the spectacular competition taking place! The USEA will be returning on site this year at booth number 318 located on the hill just behind Rolex Stadium. With fan-favorite items and exclusive new gear thanks to our new partnership with Kerrits as the Official USEA Competition and Training Apparel, there will be a little something for every eventing enthusiast. Mountain Horse, "The Official Outerwear of the USEA" also has also provided some wonderful USEA merchandise you won't want to miss out on.
Can you recognize these familiar five-star horses? Put your knowledge to the test with a new USEA interactive booth display. There will be six horses featured on a poster in the USEA booth, and if you guess all six correctly, you'll win a U.S. Eventing key chain! Stop by the USEA booth to play - and don't forget to bring a pen and paper.
Need another reason to stop by the booth? The USEA booth is a stop on the LRK3DE scavenger hunt! Stop by and see all of the great items we are offering while you seek out the poster of the horse that won the Maryland 5 Star to take your photo and tick off one more box on your scavenger hunt checklist. Want a preview of what we will have in stock? Check out some of our favorite items below.
The Kentucky Three-Day Event is famous for its offering of many seasons during the course of the competition and you definitely don't want to get caught without the appropriate apparel! From short-sleeve polos to sunshirts and more, the USEA booth has all your favorite warm-weather gear for those sunnier days ahead.
Rain in the forecast? Never fear! We will have our brand new rain jackets, courtesy of Mountain Horse and Kerrits, on hand to help you ward off any water droplets that the future might hold.
Chillier mornings might be ahead so it is wise to layer up! Our Ariat Eventing Global softshell jackets are a staple in the eventing lover's closet because they are lightweight and easy to pack up in a bag when the sun does start to shine.
Having a bad hair day? A USEA ball cap is a perfect way to protect your face from the sun's rays and hide helmet hair in a flash.
All items will be exclusively sold in the tent during the competition. Watching the livestream from home? Don't worry, all items will then be made available for purchase online after the event at shopusea.com.
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The USEA would like to thank Mountain Horse, "The Official Outerwear of the USEA," and Kerrits, "The Official Competition and Training Apparel of the USEA" for stocking our USEA merchandise booth at LRK3DE.
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