USHJA Webinars

The USHJA is proud to host online webinars via Zoom. The USHJA webinar series offers free, easy access to a variety of relevant topics featuring industry professionals for equestrians to view from anywhere.  

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

  • Click on the Zoom webinar link provided to access the session
  • Enter your email address and name 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 topic, please email suggestions to education@ushja.org
 
Webinar Date

Sales and Boarding Contracts for Equine Businesses
Join us for part one of the Equine Business Basics Webinar Series brought to you by the Recognized Riding Academy Program Committee.

This webinar will discuss how contracts may impact your equine business, identify key provisions in equine contracts, and describe potential legal risks in equine transactions. 

The speaker, Alison Zeitlin, is an attorney at Stites & Harbison PLLC where she focuses on equine law, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance matters. Alison has extensive experience in negotiating and managing contracts for clients across various industries. She is an amateur eventer and enjoys spending her free time at the barn with her dogs and horses.

Register here to join us and get your equine contract questions answered.  

March 5 at 7pm ET

Bookkeeping Basics for Equine Businesses
Join us for part two of the Equine Business Basics Webinar Series brought to you by the Recognized Riding Academy Program Committee.

Christa Myers of Equestrian Entrepreneur, Inc will walk equestrian business owners through a course of bookkeeping requirements that help build a profitable, stable business. If you've wondered about what you should be doing in your bookkeeping, Christa will be covering topics such as:

  • What business structure is best when you start and when to change it
  • The structure of accounts and what to use them for
  • Compliance and requirements such as invoices, receipts, and deductible expenses
  • Tasks to complete each month and tips to help you complete them easier

Register for the webinar HERE.

April 23 at 7pm ET

Understanding Equine Liability and How to Avoid Disputes with Insurers
Join us for part three of the Equine Business Basics Webinar Series brought to you by the Recognized Riding Academy Program Committee.

This webinar will discuss liabilities in the equine industry that directly impact professionals, such as equine activity liability acts and liabilities in states without these statutes. It will also cover proactive measures that equine professionals can consider taking right now, such as proper liability insurance, waiver/release documents, and compliance with equine activity liability act sign posting and/or contract language requirements.

The speaker, Julie Fershtman (www.equinelaw.net), is a shareholder with the law firm of Foster Swift and one of the nation's best-known lawyers practicing Equine Law. A lawyer with 37 years of experience, her practice has included defending equine industry professionals in lawsuits around the country and drafting contracts; she is also the author of multiple books and a speaker on topics of equine-related law, liability, and risk management. 

 Register for the webinar HERE.

July 22 at 7pm ET

Marketing Your Equine Business
Join us for four of the Equine Business Basics Webinar Series brought to you by the Recognized Riding Academy Program Committee.

Join us for a webinar all about marketing your equine business! Full webinar details and exact date coming soon.

August TBD
 

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