Apply for a Para-Equestrian Identity Card

by USDFD on January 20, 2014

Dear USDFD Member,
In order to compete as a disabled driver in FEI Competitions for the disabled, you must apply for a Para-Equestrian Identity Card (PE ID Card) through a formal “classification” process. The main reason  to hold a PE ID Card is that it is required for competing as a member of Team USA in the FEI World Championships for Disabled Drivers held every two years.

Classification involves an evaluation of your disability by a trained FEI Classifier or Physical Therapist to establish a profile number and then a “Grade.”  For driving we have Grade 1 and Grade 2 drivers.
Please see http://usdfd.org/team-usa/para-equestrian-classification-process/

If you are interested in signing up for the March 12th classification in Wellington, please notify Laureen Johnson lkjohnson@usef.org at USEF and Diane Kastama dkastama@verizon.net at USDFD.

For any questions or for further information, please contact Diane.

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