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.
“The highest priority must be given by instructors to developing in their riders a correct, balanced, supple, effective, and independent seat for dressage and for jumping.” - “Teaching Principles” in the new ECP Eventing Handbook by the Levels
If you are on the fence about attending the 2022 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention this December 7-11 in Savannah, GA, the schedule of thought-provoking and insightful educational sessions planned for the event is sure to convince you to register today! To learn more about the various sessions and their hosts, click here.
This summer, five USEA Emerging Athlete 21 (EA21) Clinics took place across the country giving young riders the opportunity to hone in on their horsemanship skills, improve their consistency in the saddle and show ring, and create a pipeline for potential team riders by identifying and developing young talent. We caught up with many of the riders from the two West Coast sessions to hear their takes on the USEA’s newest program.
It’s about that time of year again when eventers across the country are packing their trunks and making arrangements to new locations for the winter months. While some owners might feel more comfortable transporting their own horses, time and resources make it more expedient for others to load their horses onto someone else’s rig for the potentially long journey to their winter quarters. For the safety and peace of mind of everyone involved – especially the equine passengers – two trusted shippers based on the east coast shared their tips for best practices when preparing horses for long trailer rides.