Horse Score Check Q and A
- What information is available on a USDF Horse Score Check?
- What information is not be available on a USDF Horse Score Check?
- How far back does the USDF have records?
- What is the cost of a USDF Lifetime Horse Score Check?
- Can I obtain scores for a specific date range?
- What can a USDF Horse Score Check be used for?
- What if the horse's name has been changed?
The name and date of the competition, the level and test ridden, the total percentage earned, the judge or judge panel that scored the ride, the name and USDF number of the rider(s), owner(s), and horse will be provided. In addition to the membership type and date range of the owner(s) and rider(s), information on the rider's USEF Adult Amateur and USDF Vintage Cup status will also be provided. If available, the horse's pedigree, breed registry and All-Breeds declaration will be documented.
Data pertaining to the number of horses per class, class placings and raw scores are not included on a USDF Horse Score Check. Additionally, scores from classes not entered into the database are not included.
Scores may be recorded as far back as from when the horse was first registered with the USDF. Generally, scores are not available prior to the mid 1990's.
The cost is free for current USDF participating members and business members. If you are a current USDF member, you must be logged into the USDF Web site under your USDF membership number to obtain one.
Yes, you can change the date ranges on the score check.
Some possible uses of a USDF Horse Score Check are verification of scores for USDF Rider Awards, USDF Horse Performance Certificates, insurance purposes, resumes, USDF "L" Education Program, breed registries, advertising and references for articles.
If the horse has had a name change, the corresponding USDF number does not change. While all scores earned will be on the score check, the horse's previous name(s) will not appear.