Skip to Main Content

United States Dressage Federation

Home » Frequently Asked Questions » e-TRAK FAQs

e-TRAK FAQs

  1. What is e-TRAK?
  2. How do I access e-TRAK?
  3. How do I find information on e-TRAK?
  4. What do I do if I don't find information on the topic I am looking for?
  5. Where does the content for e-TRAK come from?
  6. To ask other questions click here

What is e-TRAK?

e-TRAK is USDF's new Online Learning Center. Available to all current members (Participating Member, Group Member, Education Member, Business Member), e-TRAK will give you access to hundreds of videos, articles and other resources on equine health care, training and more! e-TRAK is always available when you are and is designed to provide quality equine education materials and resources in one location - and it is searchable too!

Back to top

How do I access e-TRAK?

To access e-TRAK you must be a current members of USDF and have established a login on the USDF website. e-TRAK also has a Facebook page where we post items almost daily.

Back to top

How do I find information on e-TRAK?

To find a subject or topic on e-TRAK you may type in keywords in the 'e-TRAK Search' feature. Keywords include the author, topic, title of an article, or something more specific for example, "training pyramid" or "lateral work."

You can also use the categories and subcategories in the menu on the top of the page to locate information on topics you are interested in.

Back to top

What do I do if I don't find information on the topic I am looking for?

If you have used both the search feature and looked through the categories and you can't find the information you are looking for, you may contact USDF as we can help. e-TRAK is growing everyday and if we don't have information on the topic you are looking for, we can contact our providers and find what information is available that can be added .

Back to top

Where does the content for e-TRAK come from?

Along with USDF Educational material that has been produced over the years, educational material is gathered from different providers such as AAEP, DiscoverHorses.com, Nutrena, Succeed, Adequan, America Horses Daily, SmartPak and many other equine education sources.

Back to top