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Full Circle

Full Circle is a program that connects people with a shared concern for a horse for the purpose of assisting that horse if/when it is needed. When searching a horse on the Free Horse ID Search or in Pathway, the Full Circle logo will appear next to their name on search results.

How do I get listed as a contact (for Full Circle) for a horse?

If you want to be contacted if a particular registered Standardbred ever needs help, log in to (or sign up for) your USTA MyAccount (available for members and non-members) and click on Online Services, then Horse and Full Circle. You can then manage your list by clicking Full Circle' in the 'My Horses' section of your USTA MyAccount home screen.

You may also fill out this Full Circle Enrollment form and submit to the USTA offices.

The enrollment is not binding or permanent and there is no obligation on your part to be listed as a contact for that horse. You do not need to have a direct connection with the horse, and you do not need to be a USTA member.

What if I have a horse I can no longer keep or find a horse in a bad situation?

Utilize the Free Horse ID Search or Pathway to see if that horse has a Full Circle logo next to their name. If so, contact the USTA offices to get the phone number and/or email address for the person that wished to be listed. You and the person who enrolled the horse will discuss all viable options to come up with a plan that is acceptable to you both. That person is under no obligation and the USTA has no involvement in the outcome of the discussion. They may not opt to help or you may not come to a mutual agreement on a way to help the horse.

Are there other organizations that have a Full Circle program?

The USTA is proud to offer the Full Circle program, like many other breed registries, including:

American Quarter Horse Association
The Jockey Club
American Morgan Horse Association
American Saddlebred Registry