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USEF Rule Book Now Available on Amazon



From the USEF Communications Department

For our members who desire to have a printed rule book, the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce an additional option for printing the Rule Book. Bound and printed copies of the three sections of the USEF Rule Book (General Rules, Breeds, and Disciplines) may now be ordered through Amazon.
 
To purchase the three sections of the rule book, members may use the following links:
 
General Rules:
http://www.amazon.com/2015-USEF-RuleBook-General-Rules/dp/1508651817
 
Breed Chapters:
http://www.amazon.com/2015-USEF-RuleBook-Breed-Chapters/dp/1511673109  
 
Discipline Chapters:
http://www.amazon.com/2015-USEF-RuleBook-Discipline-Chapters/dp/1511673338
 
These items are Prime™ eligible, availing Prime™ members of free two-day shipping.
 
Please note that the Rule Book may still be accessed on USEF.org, where users can view it on their desktop or download it to their mobile device and/or tablet. The online version is continuously updated and is, therefore, always the most current version.
 
The USEF is pleased to offer these options to its membership and committed to supporting equestrian participants throughout the United States.

 

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