The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to introduce our new Member Rewards Program. This new program offers unique cost savings exclusive only to USEA members. Members will receive substantial discounts on insurance, hotel and travel accommodations, online marketing tools and much more. These deals are available only to USEA members, so renew today!
“Being able to offer these incentives is one of the many ways to show that the USEA cares about our members,” said Director of Membership Services, 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 Partners Include:
Discount codes are available to members through their online services account. Simply log on, scroll down to the section titled “Membership Profile” and select “Rewards Program.” Click here for a direct link. If you have questions about this program please contact our Director of Member Services, Jennifer Hardwick.
"No matter how old you are, be open to all disciplines, learn how to ride a dressage horse, a gaited horse, a show jumper. Go fox hunting and point-to-pointing and horse showing. You’ll learn from all of them and when you do decide which discipline you want to do, you’ll be better at it anyway.”
The University of Findlay’s Three-Day Eventing Team was established in 2013, the same year USEA voted and approved the USEA intercollegiate program. The UF team has over 30 members encompassing a variety of majors at the university. The team has access to two indoor arenas, a large outdoor arena, and 70 acres of on-site cross-country fences.
Bellamy, an Oldenburg/Thoroughbred gelding of unknown breeding, came to Tamra Smith’s farm in Southern California with his mane half-way down his neck and filled with burrs. Bellamy had been sitting in a field for a little over a year after unseating several riders in a row and Smith, known for being good with tricky horses, agreed to take him on.