IDHSNA Alliance Partners with USEF for 2015

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that IDHSNA has become an Alliance Partner of USEF for the 2015 competition season. We look forward to seeing IDHSNA and Irish Draughts in future issues of USEF Equestrian Weekly.

Alliance Partners are national, state/regional, and educational affiliate associations of the USEF. These partners do not have rules in the USEF rule book or requirements (such as number of USEF competitions, or required number of Association members to join USEF) to maintain affiliation, but can work with the USEF to develop recognition for a breed/discipline within USEF shows through the PHR and APH programs or other established partnerships with USEF.

Some of the other valuable benefits that come along with membership:
• Opportunity to submit news about our organization for inclusion in Equestrian Weekly.
• Listing and link to Alliance Partner website on usef.org
• Receipt of all USEF Press Releases and E-News.
Equestrian magazine – the USEF’s award winning digital publication
• Use of “USEF Alliance Partner” logos on the organization’s website
• Access to use of USEF Breed/Discipline Rules at competitions as defined in USEF GR204.3 and GR204.4
• USEF Certification as a USEF Alliance Partner

By joining as an Alliance Partner of the United States Equestrian Federation, the IDHSNA expands the already important role our organization plays by connecting with all equestrian enthusiasts nationwide and tapping into the ability to reach new audiences. As the largest multi-breed organization in the country, for nearly a century the United States Equestrian Federation has united the equestrian community, honored achievement, and served as guardian of the sport. From the leisure rider to the Olympic competitor, the USEF connects each one of us who shares a passion for horses. In addition, the Federation is committed to reaching out and connecting with individuals new to our sport. USEF Alliance Partners help the Federation fulfill its mission to celebrate, protect, and grow equestrian sport in the United States.

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