United States Equestrian Team
The United States Equestrian Team (USET) refers to the American national teams in Olympic and non-Olympic disciplines of horse sport. US Equestrian, the governing body of horse sport in the United States, selects, trains and funds the teams. The Olympic discipline teams are: the Land Rover US Eventing Team, the Dutta Corp. US Dressage Team and the NetJets US Jumping Team. The United States also fields teams in para-dressage, combined driving, endurance, reining and vaulting. USET has a history of Olympic success, with fifty-two medals - eleven gold, twenty-one silver and twenty bronze across the three Olympic disciplines.
|National federation||US Equestrian|
|Current team sponsors||Land Rover, NetJets, Dutta Corp, Adequan|
|Medals||Gold: 11 Bronze: 20|
In 2001, USA Equestrian and the United State Equestrian Team developed a new organization: the United States Equestrian Federation, now known as US Equestrian. US Equestrian now controls the national equestrian teams.
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