The start of the new competition season is the perfect time to make sure you and your horse’s information is up to date with the USEA! Making sure the USEA has complete and accurate information ensures that the USEA is able to accurately report and record you and your horse’s accomplishments.
Follow along with these quick and easy steps to update your information on USEA Online Services!
1. Visit www.useventing.com.
2. In the top right-hand corner of the screen, select “Login.”
3. On the Log In screen, enter your username and password. If you don’t remember your username or password, select “Forgot UserName/Password” and follow the instructions to reset your information.
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be directed to your Dashboard. Your USEA Online Services Dashboard includes links to edit your user profile, view and edit your related horse profiles, renew your membership, sign up for an event using Xentry, and more.
4. Under the User Profile section, select “Edit My Profile.”
5. To edit your information, select “View/Edit” in the upper right-hand corner
6. From there you can edit your user profile information, including your address, phone number and email address. If you have already renewed your membership and need to update your Amateur status, please email [email protected].
7. From the Dashboard, you can also select “My Related Horses” under the Horses section.
8. The My Related Horses page will display a list of horses you have registered with the USEA. From this page, select the paper and pencil icon next to any of the horses listed to update their information.
9. On the Horse Profile page, you can update the horse’s color, gender, age, breed, sire/dam, and breeder. To update a horse’s ownership information, please submit a Horse Life Registration Form and bill of sale to [email protected]. Making sure that this information is recorded correctly is paramount to ensuring the owner and breeder of the horse receive credit for the horse’s achievements.
10. Don’t forget to log out once you’ve finished updating your information!
There were a few last-minute dramas at the first horse inspection for the Tokyo Olympics which took place in the main equestrian park at Baji Koen Equestrian Centre at 9:30 a.m. JST today.
It’s the most hotly anticipated few hours of the eventing year - the cross-country from Tokyo 2020. What will Derek di Grazia’s track have in store for the Olympic riders?
We’re nearly there! Olympic mania has taken over the world, and we’re in the final countdown to the Olympic eventing competition in Tokyo, which starts with the first horse inspection on Thursday. Our USA riders are raring to go, but let’s remind ourselves of the history that precedes them. Just how well has the US team done in past Olympics?
After Germany’s Michael Jung won the second of his two consecutive Individual Olympic Equestrian Eventing titles at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, he was asked what he had next in his sights. “Tokyo 2020, of course, and the Europeans and maybe the world title along the way!" he replied.