If you’ve been lamenting about missing the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention this month in Boston, Mass., never fear! The USEA has announced that it will be providing two live streams, one open stream and one designated for USEA members only, throughout the Convention.
The “Member Feed” stream will be available for USEA members who have joined or renewed their memberships for 2020, while the “Open Stream” will be free for all to view.
The content available to stream on the Open feed is rich in educational opportunities, and we highly encourage all eventers to check out the broadcast schedule and mark down the sessions that pique your interest. Some of the seminars that will be streamed for free include “Having and Instilling Rider Responsibility”, a Maryland Five-Star Update forum, “Feeding Strategies and Nutrition for the Sport Horse”, and an Amateur and Adult Rider Open Form, among many others. Broadcasting will be available on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, December 12-14.
For USEA members, broadcast viewing opportunities include Horsemanship seminars with Max Corcoran and a variety of equine veterinarians and physio experts, a Safety Committee Open Forum, and a seminar on Rider Sponsorships and Building Your Brand. Other thought provoking seminar topics include one session on the longevity of event horse careers led by Matt Brown, Max Corcoran, Erik Duvander, and Sam Watson as well as a session on where the sport is heading featuring Dan Michaels, Jon Holling, and Tremaine Cooper.
These are just a small sampling of the educational seminars that will be available via live stream — for the full schedule, click here.
The USEA Annual Meeting & Convention kicks off on Thursday December 12 and concludes on Sunday December 15 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. The USEA is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, and a special keynote session will be presented looking at the past, present, and future of the sport with a panel of keynote speakers including Jim Wofford, Max Corcoran, and Woodge Fulton. For more information on the Annual Meeting, visit the website here.