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Cavalor Signs on as USHJA Clinics Program Title Sponsor

January 12, 2010

USHJA is pleased to announce, Cavalor Inc., a leader in the equine feed industry, has signed on as the new title sponsor of the Association’s Clinics Program.

“ We are thrilled to welcome Cavalor as an Association sponsor. USHJA strives to provide its members with opportunities to expand their knowledge in riding, training, and horse care. Cavalor’s commitment to providing quality products helps us expand these opportunities.” Stated USHJA President, Bill Moroney.

Education is a primary goal of the USHJA. Through this sponsorship USHJA will be able to enhance the opportunities made available to its members at affiliated clinics. The USHJA Clinics Program provides many opportunities for outstanding equestrian minded experts with diverse backgrounds to give back to the sport by sharing knowledge and experience to all levels of participants.

“Cavalor is extremely proud to support the USHJA as title sponsor of its Clinics Program,” said Philippe Collard, president of Cavalor Inc. “Cavalor is committed to helping riders provide the best possible care for their horses. The USHJA Clinics Program goes well beyond helping riders improve their riding; it also teaches them the best ways to care for their horses, making this sponsorship a perfect fit for Cavalor.”

The USHJA Clinics Program assists hosts from around the country in creating clinics ranging from judging, riding, horsemanship, legal issues, and any additional topics relevant to the host area.
Cavalor has established a leading position in the equine feed industry as an innovator and knowledge provider. Cavalor products are distributed in more than 45 countries around the world. For more information on Cavalor visit their website at www.cavalor.com.

Questions concerning the Clinics Program can be directed to USHJA’s Director of Programs and Education, Melanie Fransen or at 859-225-6717.

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