Planning your next horse show trip and need to book a hotel or rent a car? Is your home or auto insurance up for renewal and you’re looking for a new provider? Need to pick up supplies for the barn office? The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Member Rewards Program can help!
The USEA Member Rewards Program was founded in 2016 to provide USEA Member with exclusive access to discounts from insurance providers, hotel and travel accommodations, online marketing tools, and more. Enrollment in the USEA Member Rewards Program is free and automatic when you renew your membership each year with the USEA.
“Being able to offer these incentives is one of the many ways to show that the USEA cares about our members,” said Senior Director of Membership Jennifer Hardwick. “The USEA is actively looking for ways to save our members money every day. We are excited that our new and returning partners have stepped up to add value to the USEA membership. Take a tour and see what the program has to offer.”
USEA Member Rewards Program Partners include:
To learn more about the unique discounts available through the USEA Member Rewards Program, visit the USEA Member Rewards Program page on the USEA website. Then, log into Online Services and start taking advantage of those discounts today!
My road to success is a bit different and quite a bit longer than most. Hi, my name is Jennarose Ortmeyer. I am 24 years old and my eventing journey started three years ago in the summer of 2017. Originally from Saint Louis, Missouri, I moved to North Carolina in June of 2017 seeking to further my career. I was a professional in the hunter/jumper world then and I hadn’t the faintest idea of how drastically my life was about to change.
How competitive have your Training results been? What’s a good dressage score? What scores could earn you a top finish? We’ve been taking a look at each USEA level and as we continue this series, EquiRatings offers some stats and graphs to help evaluate your Training game.
The CCI4*-S had an exciting shake-up of the top placings to finish out the International divisions at the Twin Rivers Fall International. It was Tamie Smith and Passepartout, an 11-year-old German Sport Horse gelding (Pasco x Preschel) owned by Tamie's daughter Kaylawna Smith-Cook, who came out on top with the fastest cross-country time of the group. Ruth Bley’s 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding Danito (Dancier x Wie Musik) took second. Erin Kellerhouse and her own Woodford Reserve rounded out the top three.
Knowing what sort of support your horse needs can be tough, but it can also make a big difference. There’s a lot of confusion between your horse’s foregut health and hindgut health. After all, the process of breaking down food and absorbing nutrients is all technically “digestion,” so isn’t it all the same? Not quite. The organs in the foregut and hindgut have different functions, and each area has unique health concerns.