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USET Foundation Newsletters

Fall 2020 Newsletter Overview;

  • The Road To LA28 — Director of Sport for US Equestrian (USEF) Will Connell shares the high-level plan for ensuring U.S. teams succeed at the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles, and discusses the pathways that must be paved now to sustain greatness leading up to and beyond LA28.
  • 2020 Visions Refocused — Olympic and Paralympic contenders Adrienne Lyle, Rebecca Hart, Phillip Dutton, and McLain Ward share how COVID-19 and the rescheduling of the 2020 Olympic Games impacted their plans and how they’ve pivoted to re-focus on Tokyo in 2021.  
  • Rising Stars: Get to know rising stars in combined driving, Jacob Arnold; eventing, Woods Baughman; and para dressage, David Botana, who have their sights set on upcoming championships and Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • Talent Search Victories — Learn about the winners of the Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals West and East, Skylar Wireman and Elli Yeager, respectively, and the winning rounds that earned them the champion title of this prestigious program designed to foster critical skills in developing Jumping riders. 
  • PLUS — Updates on the USET Foundation’s Raising the Bar campaign as well as the Stephen Blauner Challenge, profiles of the Jacqueline B. Mars Training & Competition Grant winner, Liz Halliday-Sharp, and Gold Medal Giving recipient, Jane Forbes Clark, and memorials of dedicated USET supporters, Col. John Russell and Agneta Akerlund Currey.