Archived Webinars

The USHJA offers free, interactive webinars throughout the year. Past sessions are available below.  Click the link to watch.
 

Webinar Original Air Date

HQC Study Hall Part II

Back by popular demand!  Terri Young, chair of the Horsemanship Quiz Challenge (HQC) Committee, returns for another Study Hall. HQC is open to all ages, and the Stable Challenge runs from June 15-July 15. Join HQC, and attend the HQC-themed webinars for a leg-up on the competition.  

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/hqc-study-hall-part-2

June 30, 2020

Equine Business Basics

Holly Frenzel, CPA reviews basic business practices for equine professionals; from creating an LLC to good bookkeeping practices, come build or refresh your equine business skills. Frenzel is a CPA as well as a life-long equestrian and understands the ins and outs of both the equine and accounting industries.  

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/equine-business-basics

June 22, 2020

Hunter Breeding 102

Oliver Brown returns to give even more in-depth instruction on topics such as preparing your Hunter Breeding horse or pony, conformation, training tips for challenging horses, and tips for showing your horse or pony at its best.  Oliver has spent over 40 years training and handling Hunter Breeding horses and ponies, Thoroughbred sales yearlings, and teaching clinics for licensed officials and amateur handlers.  During this webinar Oliver helps further develop your handling skills so you can feel confident as you walk into the ring.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/hunter-breeding-102

June 15, 2020

Hunter Breeding 101

Curious about participating in a Hunter Breeding or Model class?   'R' Hunter Breeding judge Oliver Brown introduces the basics of Hunter Breeding in this how-to tutorial.   Oliver has spent over 40 years handling Hunter Breeding horses and ponies, Thoroughbred sales yearlings, and teaching clinics for licensed officials and amateur handlers.  In this webinar Oliver demystifies the Hunter Breeding division and give new handlers the basics they need to get started in a Hunter Breeding or Model class.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/hunter-breeding-101

June 1, 2020

Bookkeeping in the Booth 

Closed session: available for in-process applicants, 'r' and 'R' judges only. Not open to the public. This clinic is for general educational purposes only; does not count for clinic credit.

Join esteemed judges Andrea Wells and Connie Tramm Hunt for a private webinar for hunter and hunter/jumping seat equitation judges. Clinicians will discuss managing multiple open cards, officiating classes with 5 to 50 entries, the California split, Derby cards, and medal classes.

If you are a judge and would like to view this archived event, please email loeducation@ushja.org for link access.

May 25, 2020

Insights from a Hunter Judge

'R’ Hunter and Hunter/Jumping Seat Equitation judge Andrea Wells offers valuable insight from the judge's box. She discusses what makes a great hunter round, roots of the hunters in foxhunting, flat classes, and severity of over-fences faults and mistakes. She also addresses common hunter ring myths and misconceptions.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/insights-from-the-hunter

May 20, 2020

Farrier Tools of the Trade

Travis Burns, Associate Professor of Practice and Chief of Farrier Services at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, discusses different types of shoes and farrier tools commonly used in shoeing horses. This webinar is presented in conjunction with the Horsemanship Quiz Challenge and reviews content outlined in the Hooves and Shoeing chapter of the HQC Study Guide​. 

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/farrier-tools 

May 6, 2020

HQC Study Hall

Horsemanship Quiz Challenge (HQC) hopefuls of all ages are encouraged to watch this interactive HQC Study Hall with HQC Committee Chair Terri Young. Terri introduces how to get started with HQC, from preparing to take the quizzes to qualifying for HQC Nationals. She also leads a study session on the Therapies and Horse Welfare chapters of the Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Study Guide.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/hqc-study-hall

April 22, 2020

Outreach 101: How to Apply for and Host an Outreach Competition

Amy Center and Janet Cawley, co-owners of USHJA Recognized Riding Academy Cavallo Farms in Tallahassee, FL, review the step-by-step process for offering a USHJA Outreach competition. From the application process to hosting the competition, Amy and Janet explain the benefits of hosting an Outreach show for you and your community.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/outreach-101-how-to

Click here for the Outreach 101 handout

March 31, 2020

Hoof Anatomy and Care with Travis Burns
Travis Burns, Associate Professor at Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech, discusses basic hoof anatomy; defining “ideal hooves” and common issues Hunter/Jumper horses and ponies experience, avoiding thrown shoes, topical ointments and dressings, various pads, and how to help keep your equine sound year-round.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/ideal-hooves-and-common/register

January 28, 2020

Emergency Vet Care with Dr. Jordan Kivinemi-Moore 
Dr. Jordan Kivinemi-Moore of Rood and Riddle discusses the top four emergencies that vets are called to treat: colic, choke, wounds, and eyes. She speaks about symptoms, when to call the vet, what to do before the vet arrives, treatment, and preventative care to avoid future incidents.

The webinar is free to the public and can be accessed via this link:

crowdcast.io/e/top-4-emergency-vet-call

October 11, 2019