• USEF Network @BBurgess1979 Sure do! We'll have some photos and a recap of the jog later on today :) 4/24/2014 5:53:47 PM
  • Kentucky Reining Cup The Jog is currently underway here at @KyHorsePark, as the horses are evaluated for soundness prior to competition http://t.co/xMveKympRd Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 5:15:13 PM
  • Farnam Horse Did you watch the Rolex 3-Day online today? It will be streaming again tomorrow on @USEFNetwork #rk3de #eventinglive Check it out! Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 4:46:59 PM
  • Eventing Nation Great start for the home country at #rk3de -- 1st through 4th after first day of dressage all from USA Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 4:15:42 PM
  • CĂ©leste Wilkins There's nothing more hilarious than the thoughts of @RolexHusband at #rk3de Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 4:15:34 PM
  • Appendix QH Rider @ClassyEquestria I'm streaming it through @USEFNetwork BEST EVER! There is on demand if you missed any! Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 4:15:24 PM
  • Jessica Duffy No better way to spend the day than streaming #RK3DE2014 live thanks to @USEFNetwork #goeventing Retweeted by USEFNetwork 4/24/2014 3:58:58 PM
  • USEF Network Will Faudree & Pawlow are 2nd (49.8), @dpequestrian & Crown Talisman 3rd (51.2) @MarilynRLittle & RF Demeter 4th (51.3) #rk3de # 4/24/2014 3:56:47 PM
  • USEF Network So, with day 1 of dressage at #rk3de done, @Pollardeventing is in the lead with Mensa G on the strength of this test: http://t.co/S2IldP4Vqx 4/24/2014 3:54:59 PM
  • USEF Network Final rider of the day is same as the first... @BDJeventing & Petite Flower close out Day 1 at #rk3de with 54 #eventinglive 4/24/2014 3:53:41 PM

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FEI Registration Number

Q: Who needs an FEI Registration number?
A: ALL horses, riders, drivers, and vaulters (members of a team in vaulting - only the team as a team, the longeur and the horse must be registered) competing in any and all international FEI competitions, regardless of the star level or location of the competition. Even if the horse has an FEI passport, it must also have an annual FEI Registration number. Registration of riders 17 and under or until the end of the year in which they reach their 18th birthday is required but free of charge.
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Q: What must competitors do to get an FEI Registration number?
A: The FEI Registration applications are available on the USEF web site, click here for horse registrations and here for rider registrations. For those without internet access, USEF can fax or mail the form upon request. Please note all horses MUST have an active Horse Recording before an FEI Registration number can be issued. New horse recordings take approximately 30 days, so they must be done well in advance of the competition. Horse ID numbers are not sufficient when applying for FEI Registrations. The owner of the horse must be an active USEF member and a US Citizen. The rider must also have a current USEF membership in order to get an FEI number.
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Q: Where does the responsibility lie for verifying that a competitor and their horse are registered?
A: Competition management is responsible for verifying FEI Registration numbers for horses and riders BEFORE accepting their entries. This information can be found on the FEI web site, here, under each respective discipline. Click on Registration Lists to access riders and horses.
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Q: How will USEF help the Competitions when the Competitors show up without an FEI number?
A: The USEF has a designated FEI Registration staff member. Her name is Emily Moylan. She will be available to all FEI competition show staff to verify numbers for horses and riders. If the show staff views the FEI list of registered competitors and finds that some of their entries are not on the FEI list, the show staff should contact Emily and she will help them secure numbers for those competitors. Emily can be reached at emoylan@usef.org or via phone at 859-225-6987.
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Q: What is the cost of an FEI Registration number?
A: The fee for an FEI Registration number is $15 per horse and $15 per rider. The FEI fee is in addition to any applicable membership, horse recording, and International High Performance dues.
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Q: Why do we have to get another number?
A: The FEI has mandated this registration program in order to track global results and post them on their web site. Additionally, this will assist the FEI in gathering valuable information regarding international equestrian sports such as demographics, pedigrees and vital statistics.
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Q: When are FEI Registration number going to be required?
A: The FEI Registration is MANDATORY, effective January 1, 2006. USEF must receive the necessary application forms no later than four weeks prior to the first day of competition. FEI Registration Numbers must be renewed annually for each horse and rider.
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