by Jessica Schroeder, USTA Outreach & Membership Enrichment Coordinator
Columbus, OH — The USTA will be set up at the inaugural Lexington Selected Mixed Sale on Sunday (Oct. 7) at the Fasig-Tipton Pavilion in Lexington, Ky.
Member services representatives will be available, across from the sale office, to process ownership transfers, memberships and Hoof Beats subscriptions, look up Pathway reports, and conduct any other USTA business.
Assistance in setting up a USTA MyAccount is also available so members can access Seller Signatures (for when a horse is consigned to a sale). The following upcoming sales are accepting Seller Signatures from your USTA MyAccount:
- Lexington Selected Mixed Sale (Oct. 7)
- Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale (Oct. 19-20)
- Midwest Mixed Sale (Nov. 23)
- Michiana Classic Yearling Sale (Nov. 24)
Other benefits of having a USTA MyAccount include Owner’s Dashboard (where owners receive free program pages for their in-to-go horses), Online Entry (for currently licensed trainers) and online mating certificate release and foal registrations.
The USTA will also have select books and logo items for sale. Acceptable means of payment include cash, check and credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express).
For more information about the sale, visit the Lexington Selected website.
- Authorize your horse’s transfer electronically through USTA MyAccount (Wednesday, July 11, 2018)
The USTA is proud to introduce another expansion of USTA online services via MyAccount. The “seller signatures” feature has been added in conjunction with the Tattersalls Summer Mixed Sale at The Meadowlands on Sunday (July 15).
- Lexington Mixed catalog now available (Friday, September 14, 2018)
The catalog and past performances for the inaugural Lexington Selected Mixed Sale are now available at lexingtonselected.com and on the Equineline Sales Catalog app. Those on the mailing list should receive print catalogs and racelines later in the coming week. The sale gets underway Sunday (Oct. 7) at 7 p.m. at Lexington’s Fasig-Tipton Pavilion, following the afternoon’s Kentucky Futurity Day races at Red Mile.