What’s On Tap for the US Equestrian Annual Meeting This Week

Vicki Lowell (far right) leads a panel discussion with (far left to right) Andrea Evans, Taryn Young, Rich Cronin, and Bob Hughes at the 2020 US Equestrian Annual Meeting. Photo courtesy of
US Equestrian.

The US Equestrian Annual Meeting commences this afternoon and will continue with virtual sessions through Sunday, January 17. The sessions will be available for live viewing via Zoom and the 2020 USEF Pegasus and Horse of the Year Awards Celebration will be broadcast on the USEF Network. You can view the full schedule, along with Zoom registration links, here.

Wednesday, January 13:

Tune in at 4 p.m. ET for the Member Services Council Presentation, operating with the theme “Ideas Into Action”. Expect this to be an overview of accomplishments and upcoming goals from each department of the USEF.

Then at 6 p.m. ET, tune in for what is sure to be a popular session: Competitions – Member Feedback, Survey Results and Next Steps. During this session, US Equestrian CEO Bill Moroney will address member ideas and feedback submitted to the USEF Competitions Task Force.

Thursday, January 14:

At 4 p.m. ET, tune in for the National Breeds & Discipline Council – Grassroots to Grand Champion session.

Friday, January 15:

The International Disciplines Council will meet at 4 p.m. ET to discuss the concept of growth across FEI disciplines, both at home and abroad. The International Discipline Council will also present updates on the Olympics and the path forward to the Los Angeles Olympics in 2028.

Saturday, January 16:

A General Session will be held at 4:30 p.m. ET lead by USEF President Murray Kessler and President-Elect Tom O’Mara along the theme of Listen, Learn, and Lead Together.

Then, at 7:30 p.m. you can tune in for the 2020 USEF Pegasus and Horse of the Year Awards Celebration, which will be carried live on the USEF Network.

Sunday, January 17:

Finally, two public sessions of the Board of Directors Meeting will be held, the first from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET and the second at 12:30 p.m.

For more information and to register for the sessions you’d like to follow, click here.

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