Classifieds Frequently Asked Questions

How much do ads cost?

Ads for all categories are only $35 for a maximum of 2000 words. Working Students seeking opportunities who are current Pony Club members may submit an ad for free.

Can I add a picture? How do I know if my photo adheres to USPC safety guidelines?

Absolutely! All photos must adhere to USPC safety standards. Photos are included in the price and will appear on the USPC website. Any mounted rider must be wearing proper footwear and an approved safety helmet. If you have questions on the suitability of your photo, please email the advertising department.

I had trouble uploading my picture or I sent the wrong picture!

Don't worry, just email the correct picture, along with the name you used in the Contact field, and we will get your photo posted with your ad.

How long will my ad be listed on the website?

Your ad will be listed on the website for 3 months. If you would like your ad to run for another 3 months, don't forget to return to this site and resubmit your ad.

I just entered a classified ad online; when will it appear on the website?

Your ad will be placed online, after a review, within 1-3 days.

How do I pay for an ad? What payment methods does USPC accept?

After entering your ad information you will be directed to a secure site to enter your payment information. USPC accepts Visa and Mastercard, or you can pay through your personal or business checking account or your personal savings account.

Is ordering online safe?

Yes, when you use our secure online form, all the information on the form (including your credit card information) is encrypted and cannot be intercepted during transit.

Can I place an ad by telephone?

No. We can only accept ads through our secure online form.

What if there is a mistake in my classified ad or I need to make a change?

Please email us with any changes to your ad. Please include the name (first and last) of the contact person in your ad.

I just got a strange email from a prospective buyer. What should I do?

Do not provide any further personal identification information! Unfortunately, the contact information that you provide to prospective buyers is also available to third parties with less honest intentions. Don't worry, your credit card information was encrypted when it was submitted, so it is safe. USPC cannot prevent people with less honest intentions, however, if an offer seems strange or too good to be true, then it probably is. For instance, no one wants to pay more for your horse or pony than what you have it listed for. Please contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) to alert federal authorities of this type of activity.