*All events are EST

January 13, 2021

  • 4:00pm-5:00pm
    Member Services Council Presentation - Ideas Into Action
    As the governance structure that oversees the direct member benefits functions of US Equestrian, the Member Services Council will outline its purpose and responsibilities, and provide a brief summary of the 2020 accomplishments and 2021 goals of the 11 administrative, service and regulatory departments of the Federation under the Council’s purview.
  • 6:00pm-7:30pm
    Competitions: Member Feedback, Survey Results and Next Steps

    Chief Executive Officer Bill Moroney will discuss member ideas, feedback, and suggestions submitted to the USEF Competitions Task Force to date, as well as review key takeaways and learnings from the recent USEF Competition Environment survey data collection, and provide an update on the USEF Competitions Task Force. Members are encouraged to continue to send ideas and feedback submissions for the Task Force to review at [email protected].

January 14, 2021

  • 4:00pm-5:00pm
    National Breeds & Discipline Council - Grassroots to Grand Champion

    The National Breeds and Disciplines Council (NBDC) presentation will review highlights from 2020 and share their plans for growth and strong partnerships with recognized affiliates in 2021. The NBDC is a representative group of leaders advocating and working for a diverse group of 11 breed and 10 discipline affiliates and their members. The NBDC focuses on everything from the grassroots to the top of the sport, including exciting programs, national championships, and curating opportunities for equestrians.

January 15, 2021

  • 4:00pm-5:00pm
    International Disciplines Council – Growing the FEI Disciplines at Home & Abroad

    The International Discipline Council (IDC), which is made up of athlete, affiliate and USEF Sport Committee representation, will review the work of the eight international FEI disciplines during 2020; the successes and the challenges. The IDC will present updates on the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, as well as outline the plans through to Los Angeles 2028. The update will also cover the work of the IDC and the Sport staff (international disciplines), including the FEI competition calendar process, youth opportunities, new competitions, selection methodology, and the work that goes on to support members through the daily operations within the office. The briefing will also seek to explain the aims and benefits of a healthy Pathway, which extend well beyond the long term aim of “sustained success”.

January 16, 2021

  • 4:30pm
    General Session – Listen, Learn & Lead Together

    USEF President Murray Kessler and President-Elect Tom O’Mara will lead the 2021 General Session presentation with the theme of Listen, Learn, and Lead Together. Kessler will provide a look back at the changes and progress of US Equestrian and equestrian sports over the past four years, including the challenges and successes of the 2020 season. O’Mara will share the results of the recent Competitions Member Survey and discuss US Equestrian’s direction for 2021 and beyond, including the evolution of the Strategic Plan and the organization’s commitment to increase engagement with the membership.
  • 7:30pm
    2020 USEF Pegasus and Horse of the Year Awards Celebration presented by Joe Norick, Alliant Private Client


January 17, 2021

  • 11:00am-12:00pm (Session One) 12:30pm (Session Two)
    Board of Directors Meeting

    Orientation for new board members will take place during a closed session from 10:00 to 11:00. All USEF members are invited to Sessions One and Two of the Board of Directors Meeting


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