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Nutrena® SafeChoice® Senior Horse Feed

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Offer Valid Through Oct. 31, 2013


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Be sure to stop by the Nutrena website to learn more about SafeChoice® Senior and the entire fine feeds produced for the health and happiness of your horse.

Research Foundation Part of Kentucky Experience During Alltech National Horse Show 

Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation is proud to join with Phelps Media Group, Rood & Riddle Hospital, and the United States Hunter Jumper Association as a co-sponsor of the first "Kentucky Experience." This program is a unique combination of Kentucky horse farm tours, seminars, and social events, all linked with the spectacular Alltech National Horse Show at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.


Last Chance to Complete a Member's Choice Survey for the 2013 Program Year

The Member's Choice Awards Program was developed by the Competition Standards Committee to reward exhibitor friendly competitions and encourage communication between exhibitors and competition management. This award provides exhibitors and participants the opportunity to reward excellence at USEF-licensed hunter/jumper competitions through their feedback relating to the competition, facility, footing, competition personnel and hospitality.


Evaluations must be submitted by September 30, 2013, to be considered for the 2013 program year.


Please visit our website to evaluate a competition.


Contact Meghan Carney (859) 225-6721 with any questions regarding the Member's Choice program.

Deadline is NOW Youth Award Applications

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Applications for two awards that recognize youth members for their equestrian and horsemanship achievements will close soon. The  USHJA Youth Leadership Award and USHJA nominee for the USEF Youth Sportsman's Award identify potential future leaders in the equine industry who demonstrate an ongoing commitment and dedication to USHJA  by promoting the equestrian sport, exhibiting characteristics that exemplify positive sportsmanship principles and who serve as role models for their peers.  


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USHJA Certified Trainers Directory 

The USHJA Certified Trainers Directory is a valuable resource for Certified Trainers and prospective clients alike. Click here
to search for a trainer in your area and take a look at Melissa Duven's profile below to learn more about the information available on a Certified Trainer's profile

Markel Insurance Company is proud to sponsor the Trainer Certification Program. Please visit their website to learn more about what they can do for you.  


Contact Carrie Vaught at (859) 225-6703 for more information about the TCP.  

2013 USHJA Vital Staff Support Award 

USHJA is accepting nominations for the 2013 Vital Staff Support Award, which was created as a means to honor the support staff of our sport, those who are typically working behind the scenes in a role that is essential to the success of our horse shows. The announcers, starters, secretaries, technical coordinators, facility managers and their crews, ring crews and assistants of every type, who assist in moving our sport forward are often overlooked and unacknowledged when awards are being distributed. Many of these individuals have worked in our discipline for decades, and USHJA wants to recognize their contributions through this special award.


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Reminder - 2013 Amateur Sportsmanship & Mrs. A.C. Randolph Owners Legacy Awards Nominations

There is still time to nominate an amateur rider from your area that exhibits a high degree of excellence and integrity by supporting his fellow competitors and/or volunteering his time and resources to various aspects of the industry. Ideal USHJA Amateur Sportsmanship Award candidates include those serving on committees, providing sponsorships and promoting the welfare of the horse. Success in the show ring is a secondary factor. Nominations for the award may come from exhibitors, trainers, colleagues or peers.


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USHJA Annual Meeting Registration is Open

It's not too soon to start planning your trip to the  2013 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia! Annual Meeting registration is now available online and will be offered at a discounted price through 4pm EST on November 15.  


The first 50 people to register online for the 2013 USHJA Annual Meeting will be automatically entered into a drawing to WIN A FREE Charles Owen Helmet. 

The 2013 Annual Meeting will be packed with new and exciting business and social events. Be sure to check the schedule online regularly view the updated offerings.


If you have any questions, please contact Jill Insko at (859) 225-6716.

Upcoming USHJA Outreach Program Events
USHJA Outreach competitions are easy to hold and participation is open to all equine enthusiasts. Riders who are members of the USHJA at the Outreach, Collegiate level or higher will be eligible for year-end awards.

For more information on applying to be a USHJA Outreach Competition or to find Outreach Competitions in your area, visit the USHJA Outreach Competition website or contact Chris Murphy at (859) 225-6714.

Outreach Competition - Marysville, OH 

Zone 5

Outreach Competition - Edinburg, IN 

Zone 5

Outreach Competition - Marysville, OH 

Zone 5

Outreach Competition - Lloyd , FL 

Zone 4

Outreach Competition - SUFFIELD, CT 

Zone 1

Outreach Competition - INDUSTRY, CA 

Zone 10

Outreach Competition - Fayetteville, AR 

Northwest Arkansas Hunter Jumper Association
Zone 7

Click here for additional Outreach Events.
USHJA Directory of Clinics
Sept. 27-29*
George Morris
Birmingham, AL
Oct. 26-27*
Geoff Teall
Coconut Creek, FL
Nov. 2-3
Bernie Traurig
Wimberley, TX
Nov. 2-3
Julie WinkelMaple Valley, WA
Nov. 8-9*
Candice King
Owings Mills, MD
Nov. 8-10*
George Morris
Buffalo, NY
Nov. 9-10
Rita Timpanaro
Sinsbury, CT
*Depicts a TCP Clinic      
TCP Clinics are presented by Markel Insurance Company
For more information on all upcoming clinics click here
Sponsors and Partners
The USHJA would like to thank the following sponsors and partners for their support of our many programs and endeavors. For more information, click the sponsor logo(s) below.
United States Hunter Jumper Association 
3870 Cigar Lane
Lexington, KY 40511
P: 859.225.6700 
F: 859.258.9033
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