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Horse Registration

Please see the "How to Join" page here for the registration form and details regarding the registration process. 

N.B.: 

  • A Junior Member cannot register a horse/pony in their name. The horse/pony must registered by an Adult Member (over 18 years of age).
  • It is the responsibility of the person registering the horse to declare the true dressage level of the horse. 

 

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED:

 

Horse Registration Renewal

The completed Horse Registration form must be accompanied by a clearly legible and complete copy of:

  • the vaccination page of the horse's passport

New Horse Registration

The completed Horse Registration form must be accompanied by clearly legible and complete copies of the following horse passport pages:

  • horse name and number 
  • owner’s details
  • veterinary markings 
  • vaccinations

Foreign/Imported Horses

The completed Horse Registration form must be accompanied by clearly legible and complete copies of the following horse passport pages:

  • horse name and number 
  • owner’s details
  • veterinary markings 
  • vaccinations
    PLUS
  • all foreign competition records for the horse if applicable. If no records are supplied, a €30 administration fee must be included instead.

Please note:

  • Registration of imported horses may take up to 4 weeks. 
  • Owners wishing to register an imported horse aged over 4 years must declare the grading he/she thinks is appropriate for the horse. This declared grading should reflect the stage of training of the horse and not be based on a particular horse/rider combination.

 

 

HORSE PASSPORTS & VACCINATIONS

As per the equidae passport law, the passport for the horse/pony must always accompany the horse/pony.

It is the rider/owner’s responsibility to have all vaccinations up to date. Spot checks will be carried out at regional shows, Winter Finals and National Championships. Failure to keep vaccinations up to date may result in the horse/pony being refused participation or eliminated should the horse/pony have already competed.