Numerous Dressage Reports Now Available Online Through the United States Dressage Federation
RELEASE: March 6, 2008
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: By Ross Creech
The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce that multiple reports have been made available online on the redesigned USDF website at www.usdf.org
. There are three categories of reports available. Category One reports require an individual to be logged in through the front page of the website, but are free. Category Two reports have a fee based on member or non-member status with membership being defined as anyone that is a participating, group, or intercollegiate/interscholastic member in the USDF database at the time the report is being generated. Category Two reports are available to anyone, whether logged in or not, but if a member accesses the report without being logged in to the site, they will pay the full non-member rate, with no refund being available of the difference. Category Three reports must be requested directly from the office.
All reports are either free or less expensive for members of USDF. Category One includes Horse Score Check, Rider Score Check, and Qualified Horse and Rider Score Check for the current competition year. In addition, there are Owner’s/Lessee Horse Portfolio Searches and Breeder’s Horse Portfolio Searches available to individuals at this level as well. For officials of a USDF Group Member Organization (GMO), two additions reports are available free at year-end: the GMO Award Pull and GMO Rides Pull.
There are fees associated with Category Two reports, which include the USDF Lifetime Horse Score Check, USDF Lifetime Rider Score Check and USDF Dam/Sire Report. The fees for these reports are assessed at $20 each for members who can be verified in the USDF database at the time the reports are generated, and $35 each for non-members.
Category Three reports must be directly requested from the USDF office. These reports are defined as custom reports, queries, or statistics, with fees assessed at $80 for members and $125 for non-members for up to 30 minutes of staff time. Individuals will be charged $35 for members and $55 for non-members for each additional fifteen minutes of staff time to compile the reports.
Director of IT Services Chad Compton added, “As we continually add to the amount of information available on the site and expand its functionality, we hope to make many more commonly requested reports available with the click of a button.”
For more information on reports available, visit the "Online Services" section of the USDF website, e-mail email@example.com
or contact the IT services department at (859) 971-2277.