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US Equestrian Breeds and Disciplines
Posted: January 2017
Watch to learn about the 29 horse breeds and equestrian disciplines in the United States that US Equestrian recognizes.
US Equestrian recognizes 29 horse breeds and disciplines, providing rules and regulations, competition services, and standards that ensure fairness, safety, and enjoyment for equestrian competitors.
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The National Governing Body for Equestrian Sport
US Equestrian recognizes 18 disciplines, including the Olympic and Paralympic equestrian disciplines, and 11 breeds of horses and ponies. The organization also sanctions more than 2,500 competitions annually. US Equestrian's mission is to bring the joy of horse sports to as many people as possible. US Equestrian’s vision is to provide access to and participation in equestrian sports at all levels while ensuring fairness, safety and enjoyment.
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