USHJA Webinars

The USHJA is proud to host online webinars via CrowdCast. The USHJA webinar series offers free, easy access to a variety of relevant topics featuring industry professionals for equestrians to view from anywhere.  Create a free account with CrowdCast to join all our interactive webinars, free of charge.  

To join, click on a webinar link below and enjoy!  

  • Click on the Crowd Cast webinar link provided to access the session
  • Enter your email address to join the session (you do not need to purchase a viewing account and no password is needed as this is a free session)   
  • Once logged in, the webinar should start automatically as soon as the course goes live
  • Participants will need a device that has audio capabilities
Each webinar lasts approximately 45-60 minutes and includes a Q&A session. If you would like to see a webinar about a specific top, please email suggestions to education@ushja.org
 

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Young Jumper Course Design

Join Course Designers Ken Krome, Marina Azevedo and Chris Collman as they discuss the needs for courses in the young jumpers at competitions to help develop top equine athletes. The group will discuss: what is a young jumper, why are they important to our sport, and the building blocks and proper courses for young jumpers. Whether you are a course designer, a rider or just interested in the conversation, join the discussion to expand your knowledge about a growing section of the jumper industry. 

The webinar is free via this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FeRz7p5FQpO6oN-KMw8Vhg

Contact: USHJA Education Department, (859) 225-6700
Email: education@ushja.org 

September 21
7 p.m. ET

Fall Equine Vaccines 

It’s that time of year again! As part of our bi-annual care of our equine partners, we vaccinate them against illnesses and diseases that could cause them harm. But why is it so important that we stay up to date on their shots? Join Dr. Sarah Cohen to discuss the importance behind the vaccines given in the fall season and how a simple series of shots can make such a big difference in your horse or pony’s health.

The webinar is free via this link: crowdcast.io/e/equine-fall-vaccines

Contact: USHJA Education Department, (859) 225-6700
Email: education@ushja.org 

September 28
7 p.m. ET

The Professional Marketing Workshop 

Frustrated with trying to promote your business and not getting any results? Learn from one the industry’s best, Equestrian Professional Founder and Editor Elisabeth McMillan, in an engaging event as she explains how to sharpen your marketing skills to accomplish your goals for your business. Elisabeth will discuss how to stay relevant in an ever-changing environment, whether you are just starting your business or have been established for years.

The webinar is free via this link: crowdcast.io/e/the-professional

Contact: USHJA Education Department, (859) 225-6700
Email: education@ushja.org 

October 13
7 p.m. ET

Fall Back into Horsemanship: HQC Nationals Study Hall

Join HQC Committee Chair Terri Young as she hosts a final Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Study Hall for 2020. Terri will be covering multiple topics to help finalists get ready for HQC Nationals. Not a finalist? Get a jump-start on preparing for next year’s HQC test or use it to brush up on your own horsemanship knowledge.

The webinar is free via this link: crowdcast.io/e/fall-back-into

Contact: USHJA Education Department, (859) 225-6700
Email: education@ushja.org 

October 26
7 p.m. ET

Jumper Judge Perspective

It’s not just a matter of counting rails and faults; learn all about the job and responsibilities of a jumper judge from 2020 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Inductee and USHJA National Vice President David Distler. A Registered ‘R’ USEF Jumper and FEI Showing Jumping Judge for 40+ years, David will explain the importance of rules and fairness inside the judge’s box and what you can do to be a well-informed exhibitor.

The webinar is free via this link: crowdcast.io/e/jumper-judge-perspective

Contact: USHJA Education Department, (859) 225-6700
Email: education@ushja.org 

November 9
7 p.m. ET