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  • I can't login with my old username and passwords.
    Usernames and passwords could not be transferred to the new site. Please set up a new username and password to access member's only content.
  • Do I have to login to join NCDCTA or renew my membership?
    No. You do not have to login to join or renew your NCDCTA membership. Click here to join NCDCTA or renew your membership.
  • Do I have to login to register my horse?
    No, you do not have to login to register your horse. Click here to register your horse.
  • The Calendar stops in...! Where are the rest of the events?
    The "Agenda" calendar (list) lists a maximum of 50 events to make it easier for mobile devices to access. You can see all events by going to the "Caalendar" and scrolling through the months.
  • Forms: How to enter a date (e.g., Birthdate)."
    Step 1: Select the birthday field. Step 2: Tap the month/year. Step 3: Scroll up/down. Select birth year. Step 4: Scroll up/down months. Select birth month. Step 5: Select Birth day. Step 6: Birthday will display in field.
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  • When does the membership year start and end?
    December 1 through November 30.
  • When do the Horse of the Year (HOY) awards begin and end?
    December 1 through November 30.
  • What are the annual dues?
    Senior Individual Membership - $47 Junior / Young Rider Individual Membership - $35 Family Member Membership - $27 (must reside at same address as an active Senior Individual Member)
  • When is my membership effective?
    Your membership becomes effective on the day your payment is received.
  • Am I a Junior/Young Rider or an Adult Amateur?
    NCDCTA follows rule DR119.3 from the USEF Rulebook. Individuals are eligible as Juniors until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 18. Individuals are eligible as Young Riders from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 21. Competitors shall compete as Adults from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 22. 2019: Birthdate on or after 1/1/1998 = Jr/YR. Birthdate before 1/1/1998 = AA/Open 2020: Birthdate on or after 1/1/1999 = Jr/YR. Birthdate before 1/1/1999 = AA/Open 2021: Birthdate on or after 1/1/2000 = Jr/YR. Birthdate before 1/1/2000 = AA/Open 2022: Birthdate on or after 1/1/2001 = Jr/YR. Birthdate before 1/1/2001 = AA/Open 2023: Birthdate on or after 1/1/2002 = Jr/YR. Birthdate before 1/1/2002 = AA/Open
  • Am I an Adult Amateur Rider or a Professional/Open Rider?
    NCDCTA follows rule GR1306 from the USEF Rulebook. This is a lengthy section and is not included here. This rule primarily affects those individuals who accept compensation for professional equestrian services, representation, and training (There are notable exceptions including acting as a judge or competition official). It is the members responsibility to determine their Amateur/Professional status. You are probably an Open/Professional if you accept remuneration for equestrian-related services AND: provide training and/or lessons work as an employee someone who accepts remuneration use your name/photo in advertisements/products accept some types of prize money (see GR1306.3 for exceptions) provide services for which a partner/spouse/co-habitant accepts remuneration give instruction or training that a partner/spouse/co-habitant accepts remuneration act as an agent in the sale of a horse advertises one’s equestrian services acts as an intern/apprentice/working student giving lessons/training accepts remuneration in excess of rental/lease fees
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