How do you find a horse in Usea?

Search By Horse or Rider Go to and right on the home page in the middle right-hand side is a search box. Click on the down arrow to search by horse or rider. You can also search by the USEA ID number.

What does the USEA do?

The mission of the USEA is much the same as that of the USCTA in 1959: to advance the sport of eventing through education of riders, trainers, officials, and organizers, with the health and well-being of the horse of paramount importance.

What does te mean in eventing?

TE: Technically Eliminated (missing a jump, inappropriate saddlery/dress, etc) RF: Rider Fall. MR: Mandatory Retirement (Horse fall)

What does amateur mean in eventing?

Any person who has not reached his/her 18th birthday is an amateur and does not require amateur status. An Amateur continues to be such until he/she has received a change in status from the Federation.

How do I join Usea?

To join or renew by mail or fax, visit, visit the Membership page, and download the USEA Membership Application. You can print the form, fill it out, and mail it to the USEA at 525 Old Waterford Road NW, Leesburg, VA 20176 or fax it to (703) 779-0550.

What does Ott mean in horse terms?

Off the Track: Ethical Re-Training.

What does El mean in equestrian?

If the rider is eliminated, retired or withdrawn please indicate one of the 4. abbreviations: EL: eliminated.

What does F stand for in eventing?

The Federation and the USEA recognize three types of Eventing Competitions: Tests (Individual or Combined), Horse Trials, and Three-Day Events. 2.

What is amateur horse?

This an interesting question an amateur is someone who earns no money from horses or could a person who teaches but who rides her on her own time be a amateur or a groom who completes her own horse or a person who rides full time there own horses with trainers grooms etc etc but earns no money it’s very difficult to …

What is an Ameteur rider?

Amateur Rider means person who holds a permit from the Stewards of the Club to ride as an amateur (i.e. without receiving any remuneration), which may be restricted to certain types of race.

What is the USEA Starter Fee?

$25.00 per starter
The following fees must be collected from the competitor on behalf of the USEA and forwarded to the USEA office within 10 days of the competition: The Starter/D&M Fee for all levels, including FEI, is $25.00 per starter (a starter being defined as a competitor who starts the first phase of a competition: the dressage …