Supporting Athletes ★ Promoting International Excellence ★ Building for the future
Promoting International Excellence
Building for the future
USET FOUNDATION Mission
The USET Foundation supports the competition, training, coaching, travel and educational needs of America’s elite and developing International High Performance horses and athletes in partnership with the United States Equestrian Federation.
Team USA secured a definitive victory in the eighth and last leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 League in Dublin (IRL) today when producing the only zero score in a hard-fought competition. On level pegging with the Irish at the halfway stage...
By: Lindsay Y. McCall Avon, Conn. – Aug. 9, 2017 – 2016 USA Paralympian and 2014 World Equestrian Games athlete Annie Peavy (Avon, Connecticut) and Paralympic teammate Margaret "Gigi" McIntosh (Reading, Pennsylvania) headed to Europe this summer to compete in two...
Aachen, Germany – July 23, 2017 – On the final day of competition at the World Equestrian Festival CHIO Aachen, dressage riders headed down centerline for the CDIO5* Grand Prix Freestyle. American anchor, Laura Graves and her 15-year-old KWPN gelding, Verdades, were...
Aachen, Germany – July 22, 2017 – On Saturday in Aachen, Germany, Team USA rider Laura Graves and world-ranked #1 rider for Germany, Isabell Werth, battled it out for the top placings in the CDIO5* Grand Prix Special. It was Graves and Verdades, her 15-year-old KWPN...
“Funding received from the USET Foundation has made it possible for riders like myself to realize our dreams at the highest levels of equestrian sport. This financial support is the cornerstone to achieving international success for our top rides and horses.”McLain Ward, Jumping Athlete
how your donations help
Contributions made to the USET Foundation directly support the grants that the Foundation makes to the Federation for the High Performance programs. Annually, the USET Foundation awards grants covering more than 50% of the High Performance program budget. Donors may give an unrestricted gift or restrict their gift to a specific discipline.