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.
The USET Foundation was proud to host Purina and The Budweiser Clydesdales over the weekend! Thank you to everyone who came out to support this event ! It was such a treat to have these gentle giants at historic Hamilton Farm!
In case you missed it or you just want to watch again see videos below! Enjoy!!
NetJets® U.S. Show Jumping Team Earns Bronze Medal in Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of the USA CSIO5* at Palm Beach Masters Series
Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 17, 2018 – Riding for their countries, the greatest share of the prize money and valuable points towards the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final in Barcelona, Spain, later this year, patriots from USA, Mexico, Canada, Colombia, Israel and...
Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 16, 2019 – CSIO5* week during the 2019 Palm Beach Masters Series hosted team competitions on Saturday for Children's, Junior and Young Rider show jumping athletes in a traditional Nations Cup format, going head-to-head in two rounds of...
Lexington, Ky. - The NetJets® U.S. Jumping Team will begin the 2019 FEI Nations Cup season with the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ USA on Sunday, February 17. The competition is part of the Palm Beach Masters CSIO running February 14-17 at Deeridge Farms in...
Strong Showing for U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team at Adequan® Global Dressage Festival 2 CPEDI3*
Wellington, Fla. - The U.S. Para-Equestrian Dressage Team had a strong showing at the 2019 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) in Wellington, Fla. on January 18-19. The team consisted of Rebecca Hart (Wellington, Fla.), Kate Shoemaker (Peoria, Ariz.), Deborah...
The specific purpose for dressage is to develop a horse’s natural athletic ability and maximize its suppleness and attentiveness, all the while fostering ultimate harmony between horse and rider.
Somewhat comparable to a human triathlon, the discipline of eventing was historically developed to test the skills required of the working military mount — athleticism, agility, bravery, speed and endurance.
The primary focus of para-dressage sport is to provide educational and competitive opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities. In competition, each athlete is classified according to their functional ability.
Combined driving is designed to test a horse’s or a team’s speed, stamina, obedience, and athleticism, in three distinct and demanding phases usually held over the course of three days.
A reining competition essentially shows off the skills and athletic abilities necessary in the working ranch horse. Horses needed to be sturdy, quick, responsive, and agile to be able to herd and move cattle and other livestock across the range.
As its name implies, the discipline of endurance tests a horse’s fitness and stamina, and a rider’s horsemanship skills, in a long-distance competitive format where the condition of the horse is paramount.
“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.