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Here's a highlight video of the presentation on Feeding the High Performance Horse, sponsored by Nutrena.
Yvonne Ocrant began this four-hour seminar and workshop by going over a number of legal aspects of running an equine business. The topics ranged from the importance of matching horses and riders well to where you should post warning signs in your barn to the importance of well-written contracts. “Get as comfortable with contracts as you are with wearing a helmet,” Ocrant said.
Highlights from day one of the 2013 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention, including notable points from the Safe Sport and Equine Welfare Seminar.
Attendees of the 2013 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati enjoyed the first of several social extravaganzas this week. The USEA Board of Governors hosted a reception of spirits and local delicacies, including that famous Cincinnati chili. Following dinner and mingling, outgoing USEA President Brian Sabo enthusiastically auctioned off great items like a pair of Dubarry boots, an equine air fare with Tex Sutton, a Weatherbeeta blanket, and more.
Here are some notes from a few afternoon open sessions at the USEA Annual Meeting and Convention at the Hyatt Regency in Cincinnati, Ohio. Check back this evening for a highlight video of the Safe Sport and Equine Welfare Rules seminar with Sonja Keating and Dr. Stephen Schumacher. Also be sure you follow the USEA on Facebook and Twitter for additional notes, photos, and video interviews!
The 2013 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention is underway in Cincinnati, Ohio. It began Wednesday with the Richard Jeffery Show Jumping Workshop at Chatham Farm about 45 minutes outside the city. While Mr. Jeffery, a top four-star show jumping course designer, discussed the differences of course requirements at varying heights, riders of both the eventing and jumper disciplines demonstrated the skills required of horse and rider based on the challenges presented by the course designer.