Community Initiatives: Ways to Help


The following businesses and organizations have pledged their support for EAF's effort to assist equestrian professionals industry service providers through the COVID-19 crisis. 

People-centered, show-driven. ShowAssist is an innovative new app is designed to connect trainers and riders to grooms, braiders, working students, stall cleaners and other support staff to provide temporary assistance while at horse shows across the United States and Canada. Not only is ShowAssist helping our industry get back to work, its creators will donate a portion of proceeds to EAF's Disaster Relief Fund. Check out the website for more details and then visit the App Store to download the app and create your account!

The Online Riders Collective introduces Clinics for a Cause, an online clinic format to benefit EAF's Disaster Relief Fund. Upload your videos and receive feedback from notable clinicians across the disciplines. Videos can be from a competition, a lesson, or even from ground work. This platform is accessible to everyone—from upper level riders to pleasure riders looking for the opportunity for a formal training experience. 

Calverro is donating 15% of sales to EAF’s Disaster Relief Fund. Check out their curated selection of modern equestrian classics that fit, flatter, and function in and out of the show ring.

Samshield America and Riderzon are donating 20% of weekly sales to EAF's Disaster Relief Fund. Recognized for its innovative vision in safety and style, this iconic brand is a trusted favorite among world-class riders.

Use code EAFCOVID19 at checkout.

Thank you to Dressage Show Online for dedicating the June 5 - 19 horse show in its Stay-at-Home Dressage Series to benefit EAF's Disaster Relief Fund. The format allows riders to “compete” from home by uploading their tests, which are then scored by USEF licensed judges.


If your business or organization would like to support EAF's COVID-19 emergency outreach effort, please contact us to discuss your initiative.