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United States Eventing Association

The United States Eventing Association (abbreviated to USEA) is the organization responsible for organizing, promoting and adjudicating equestrian eventing within the United States of America. Formerly known as the United States Combined Training Association, the USEA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

The association has 14,000 members within the 50 states, and approximately 100 members outside the US [1] and organizes around 280 competitions annually. The current president of the organization is Kevin Baumgardner. The USEA works in association with the United States Equestrian Team Foundation and US Equestrian Federation.


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