Lexington, Ky. – The United States Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian) is pleased to announce that innovative equestrian software, BarnManager, has become a sponsor of US Equestrian as the Official Barn Management Software.
“Many of our US Equestrian members own and run their own equine-related businesses,” says US Equestrian CEO, Bill Moroney. “Our partnership with BarnManager will give these business owners an additional tool to assist in running their business. We are pleased to have BarnManager on board as a sponsor of US Equestrian.”
BarnManager is a cloud-based software that aims to help horse owners and barn managers keep track of virtually all aspects of horse care, as well as the business side of their equine operation, with features including horse information and health data recording, barn-wide messaging, a virtual ‘white-board,’ customizable tables and to-do lists, two-way calendar syncing, scheduling, and much more! The new BarnManager mobile app and website officially launched in June 2017, following years of development, research, and hands-on experience.
"We are proud to be the Official Barn Management Software of US Equestrian and to further our mission of supporting equestrians by enabling them to engage in best practices for horse care and management,” says Nicole Lakin, Founder and CEO of BarnManager. “We recognize that technology will never replace horsemanship. For that reason, BarnManager works as a complement to the long-standing traditions of those who love and care for horses in all disciplines. We look forward to working with all US Equestrian members to continue to grow and create innovative features to meet their needs as the sport continues to evolve."
BarnManager is a software solution developed by equestrians for equestrians. Barn managers can access their records with ease from their computer, cell phone, or tablet via the BarnManager website or the convenient mobile app. Visit barnmanager.com for more information.
For more information on becoming a US Equestrian sponsor, please contact Lauren Carlisle at [email protected] or 859-225-6942.