|Joe Fargis, shown here at the 1984 Olympics, was last year’s USEF Lifetime Achievement Award winner. Nominees for the 2014 award are now being accepted. Photo: Tish Quirk/USEF.|
USEF Press Release
The recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented with the Jimmy A. Williams trophy at the 2014 USEF Annual Meeting. This award recognizes the horseman or woman whose lifetime experience and accomplishments exemplify uncommon devotion to the sport of competition with horses whose equestrian career and horsemanship have continually elevated the sport’s excellence. The nominee must be living and retired from actively competing in equestrian sport.
Last year’s Jimmy A. Williams trophy was awarded to Joe Fargis.
The recipient(s) of the Pegasus Medal of Honor Award will be presented with the Gold Pegasus Medal at the 2014 USEF Annual Meeting. This award recognizes individuals who have exhibited outstanding services to horses and the sport, and who, through their dedication, have attracted people to the sport and contributed to horse sport by advancing its popularity. The nominee must be living and be retired from actively competing in equestrian sport.
Linda Zang received the 2012 Pegasus Medal of Honor Award at the 2013 USEF Annual Meeting.
Both awards will be presented during the 2014 Pegasus Awards Dinner on Friday, January 10th and broadcast live at www.usefnetwork.com.
Nominations can be submitted in writing or via email and must include the nominee’s name; city and state of residence; discipline(s) and/or breed(s); your reason for suggesting him/her; accomplishments, accolades, and any other information pertinent to any involvement in the horse industry. Please also include your name, mailing address, email address, and daytime telephone number so the Federation may contact you for any additional details.
Submit written or emailed nominations to:
USEF Awards/Trisha Watkins
4047 Iron Works Parkway
Lexington, KY 40511
Fax: (859) 231.6662
2013 Pegasus Award Honorees
2012 USEF Award Winners
I don’t know any one famous, but lots of kids in our club would give them a run for their money.
Dream, Hope, and Love Horses…
What a nice honor.