The United States P.R.E. Association (USPRE), is an equestrian organization and interactive community that celebrates and promotes the Pure Spanish Horse and which is dedicated to providing members with comprehensive P.R.E. programs and services. USPRE is affiliated with ANCCE (Asociation Nacional de Criadores de Caballos de Pura Raza Espagnol), a world-wide P.R.E. Breeders organization that manages the P.R.E. Stud Book and offers many services and activities.
USPRE offers an Annual Meeting every spring, which has been held historically in Florida or California. Annual meetings give members a chance to hear an annual report from the Board of Directors, exchange ideas and discuss programs, events and matters relating to the conservation of the P.R.E. heritage. Year-End Awards are presented at the Annual Meeting including the highly popular USPRE High Point Dressage Challenge and the USPRE All Breeds program through the United States Dressage Federation.
The purpose of the USPRE Association shall be to:
- Celebrate and promote the versatility of the Pure Spanish Horse (P.R.E.);
- Foster the growth of the P.R.E. community in the United States;
- Advance among its members and to the public a better understanding of P.R.E. horsemanship with emphasis on Dressage;
- Recognize and honor the achievements of our P.R.E. Exhibitors and Riders;
- Advocate good sportsmanship among USPRE members, friends and other organizations;
- Sponsor competitions and other activities for the purpose of furthering the art of P.R.E dressage and other educational activities at the local, state and national levels;
- Organize public P.R.E. exhibitions, seminars and clinics;
- Maintain cordial relations with the Spanish P.R.E Stud Book as managed by its regulating authority in Spain;
- Uphold and adhere to the regulations of the Spanish P.R.E. Stud Book;
- Provide guidance, assistance and support to all member Breeders with Spanish P.R.E. Stud Book matters.
The United States PRE association (USPRE) is legally constituted as a not-for-profit organization whose objective is to support or engage in activities of public interest.