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Calling All Horse Show Managers



The 2016 USEF competition year has begun and enrollment is open for horse shows to participate in the 2016 Best Performance Competition (BPC), a joint EQUUS Foundation/USEF program to reward competitive excellence and provide on-going support of horse welfare.

 

Open to competitors in all divisions, the BPC consists of four classes:

 

·  Best Junior on a Pony

·  Best Amateur

·  Best Junior on a Horse

·  Best Professional

 

Sign up here

 

Learn more here

 

It's a Win - Win - Win!

 

A Win for Horse Shows –

·    No enrollment fee & easy to sign up

·    Retain up to 50% of the class entry fees to cover the administration and operation of the program

·    Eligible to win the BPC Horse Show of the Year Award presented by the USEF to the horse show(s) with the greatest percentage of program participation.

 

A Win for Competitors –

·    Riders will be recognized for all their "best performances" throughout the competition year

·    The entry fee of $20 is tax-deductible

·    Riders will be making a difference in the lives of horses and people in need!

 

A Win for Horse Welfare - program proceeds will be used to help:

·    Reduce the unwanted horse population

·    Retrain horses for multiple careers and

·    Make equine therapy available to more people with special needs

 

For the EQUUS Foundation, it's all about how horses move us beyond our boundaries - both as athletes and as humanitarians.

 

* Sign up here * Learn more here *

 

For more information or questions, contact Shannon Coakley at shannon@equusfoundation.org or 203-259-1550.

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