A new educational partnership will, for the first time, give the U.S. eventing community a direct connection to top national and international equine medical experts.

The United States Eventing Association (USEA), in conjunction with Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC), Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU), the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP), and Capitol Productions TV (CPTV) have announced the partnership designed to benefit American eventing.

"Eventers are renowned for their dedication to the health and welfare of their equine partners," said USEA CEO Jo Whitehouse. "This new partnership will provide an innovative new delivery method of cutting-edge medical information to the world of eventing."

The USEA will feature articles and multimedia presentations by leading medical experts through its website, social media channels, and award-winning magazine, Eventing USA.

The Virginia Tech-affiliated EMC in Leesburg, Va., is a premier full-service equine hospital that offers advanced specialty care, 24-hour emergency treatment, and imaging and lameness service for all ages and breeds of horses. The center’s team of equine specialists in internal and regenerative medicine, reproduction, and surgery provides exceptional treatment for patients, superior service to clients, and cutting-edge research to the equine industry. As a center of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, the EMC will orchestrate the delivery of medically relevant information from its specialists, partners, and referring veterin