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|For Immediate Release
Friday, January 20, 2012
Contact: Brice Carr
Marketing & Communications Manager
Favorite USEF Breed Competition for 2012 is Now Open for Voting
Lexington, Kentucky - United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is pleased to announce the opening of the fourth annual "Favorite Breed Competition" contest. Designed to function as a "competitor's choice" award, this contest recognizes and applauds the efforts of the year's favorite USEF licensed breed competition, as decided by the officials, trainers, riders, drivers, handlers or owners who participated.
Eleven competitions will be recognized (one per breed category), receiving a plaque as well as a mention in the USEF Week in Review e-newsletter. From these competitions, two will be selected from a random drawing to win the Grand and Reserve prizes. The Grand Prize winner will receive a pizza party for their exhibitors at the 2013 competition; the Reserve winner will receive an ice cream party for their exhibitors at the 2013 competition. In order to be eligible to claim their prize, the competitions must remain USEF licensed for 2013.
All USEF members in good standing who have participated in a USEF licensed breed competition as a trainer, coach, rider, driver, handler, official or owner, are encouraged to vote and share their feedback with USEF.
The contest is now underway and voting ends December 1, 2012. To cast your vote during this competition season, simply visit:
For more information, please contact Alexandra Harper, National Affiliates Representative at (859) 225-6951 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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