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Maria Garcia
• Friday, 23 October, 2020
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Have you just purchased a horse, maybe had one given to you or had one for a while that you want to find out if he/she is registered ? Then you have come to the right place as we have gone through the same thing multiple times for different reasons.

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It will depend on the specific situation but usually the best place to start is from the beginning with the original owner if possible. We have found many times that the horse has either been sold/given away without the original papers.

Or even if the papers have gone with the horse they are never signed/transferred over completely so you would have to go back to the original owner as it is. If this is the case and you can track down the owner then a lot of the time your problem can be easily solved because they may have the proper paperwork already or someone they know does.

Horse In Pastures you don’t have the original owner’s information? It is more than likely still possible to retrieve those papers or at least find out if the horse is registered.

It is free to search back 5 generations so simply Enter your horse’s name in and do a search using the Standard option.

If there are multiple names choose the one with the correct Sire and Dam There you will find info that includes: year horse was born, color, if gelding/colt etc All Pedigree covers Arabian, Paint, Quarter Horse, and Thoroughbred.

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*One of our readers sent us a list of Registries we added down to the END OF THE ARTICLE. Most all racehorses have a tattoo on the inside of their upper lip.

The identification you can lookup on the Jockey Club website and request information as well. Some basics to the tattoo are if it starts with a letter it is a Thoroughbred and it also explains the year of the horses birth (see below).

We had a horse that was bought from George Strait so it was a very distinguishable brand, but some others aren’t. It may be hard to track down the ranch for the symbol but worth a shot you never know.

Also going off of this the name of the horse may represent the ranch or location where it came from. Yes you can have a local vet do a DNA test or there are mail in ones as well that would probably be cheaper so up to you, I would personally have the vet do it since I am not comfortable drawing blood.

Giving shots is one thing taking a vial of blood is a whole other level. Hopefully this information helps you and we will update or post another article on other items we find in the future.

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So I've worked on a Dude Ranch for the last 5 years and of all the horses that have passed through the farm only two (including mine) are Registered with papers to prove it. Now it's been my own personal experience that papers don't make a good horse, and these two papered horses are about as smart as fence posts (even mine I'm sad to say, though I love him dearly) and the unregistered “mutts” if you will are hard-working, honest, dependable horses, with little to no soundness/health issues and are just as pretty (in my eyes) as any Registered horse. Then I talked to a friend who is looking to do some local showing and trying to find a horse suitable to the western pleasure she's hoping to compete in.

And in our conversation I suggested that she should inquire about one of the ranch horses who am going up for sale soon. It boggles my mind that someone who is looking to do local showing would turn down a horse because he 'isn't registered '.

Because even if he's the EXACT same as another horse that's registered, he'll sell for half the price. It doesn't matter if I think that unregistered horses are just as good, it matters that society is not going to give a **** how much work I've put into an unregistered horse when they can buy a registered one with the same skills.

You'll often find unregistered animals in disciplines that DON'T focus on breed showing like barrel racing, jumping or Dressage for example. And even then, they're usually registered because you're investing money into a horse with PROVEN bloodlines and performance pedigree to take you to the top.

But I would never ever breed a Grade because they just don't TYPICALLY have a place in high performance competition. You could ride a mule in a pleasure class, and they'd probably applaud your initiative.

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Although I have noticed some judges do react more favorably towards the known registered horses than the ones that are mutts. To be honest I've never thought of it quite like that MMI, but it makes sense if you were intending to sell it later. A grade horse can be great for pleasure riding, but it will likely be far more difficult to find classes which to show.

Any horse used in a working way (non showing--like ranch work) but trained well will suit most people and in those cases training prevails over registration. Once you enter the show world even where registration is NOT required (like dressage/jumping) then you are looking at a multiple opportunity for registration to further yourselves and give you more opportunities not available to an unregistered horse. Here are some areas most people never think about as well as some common opportunities closed to the unregistered horse.

Proof of third part evaluation (for the registries that do inspections) I agree with the others that registration matters for showing and so it makes sense for her not to want him, simply for that reason.

Around my area there are plenty of registered QH's and Paints (other breeds as well but those are the most common) and just as many grades because in a small town like mine most people ride trails or just the local gymkhana. The sad thing is that many are purebred and could have been registered but their papers were just never sent in and so all history of their breeding has been lost.

It's no biggie for me because i don't compete but it would be nice to have papers, especially if I were ever to decide to breed her. I research on the bloodlines I cross with my stallion to compliment him and the mare I am breeding.

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Disposition is very important to me, as well as confirmation, pedigree and breeding a good foot. I found one that was well-built, nicely trained and had decent movement.

He wasn't registered though, so we passed on him because we could never have done more than the open level shows in our province. We ended up buying a fairly green 3-year-old Apply gelding.

He has a lovely jog, needs his lope developed, but he has excellent bloodlines and can be shown in breed shows. We didn't pay any more for him, but bought a horse with a lot less training simply because that ceiling wasn't there.

Also, for obvious reason people do not put the time and money into them. There are a lot of events in which a grade horse could show at a very high level. The venues available to grades, such as NRA shows, are highly competitive and are dominated by purpose bred athletes.

Most top trainers wouldn't take most grades in for training and certainly aren't out there looking for that diamond in the rough. If grades where all as great as some would have you to believe you would see more doing these things such as NRA and NRC HA and NCAA.

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Let's face it you get a nice started grade horse so you can see how they ride for $500 or less. A grade who hasn't been bred for a specific purpose would be hard put to compete with a horse that was created with certain traits in mind.

Now, that said, even if there were grade horses that were athletically able to do reining, cutting, cow horse, what have you, would a person be willing to put the time and money into a grade to train it to that level? I took a $250.00 unregistered half Arab to Grand Prix dressage.

Why waste my time on an unregistered horse... I simply could not afford to pay the thousands asked for that registration. This is whereas I stated in my earlier post that there are times that training overrides registration.

Grades can be great little horses for trail riding, fun gymkhanas, open shows, etc, but because most grades are bred due to them having the right parts rather than the right conformation, work ethic and ability, they just won't do as well. I took a $250.00 unregistered half Arab to Grand Prix dressage.

Why waste my time on an unregistered horse... I simply could not afford to pay the thousands asked for that registration. This is whereas I stated in my earlier post that there are times that training overrides registration.

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Your horse was a half-Arab without papers, but obviously was well enough bred to have the movement and gaits required of him for his job. I took a $250.00 unregistered half Arab to Grand Prix dressage.

Why waste my time on an unregistered horse... I simply could not afford to pay the thousands asked for that registration. This is whereas I stated in my earlier post that there are times that training overrides registration.

For instance, if the horse has been bought and sold several times, a previous owner might neglect to pass along the papers. Also, unscrupulous sellers might pair the papers with a similar horse to increase its value.

Thoroughbreds often have a lip tattoo.Although the tattoos can be difficult to read as the horse ages, they do provide a means of identification. Plus, you can enhance the contrast and sharpness of the photo to make the tattoo easier to decipher.

And you might find that a clear description and photo will help a breeder remember your horse. Occasionally, a horse will have a microchip.These require a special scanner to locate and read.

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With the microchip information, you might be able to find the horse's previous owner or breeder. Knowing the horse's registered name (and ideally its breeder) is a great help.

You'll also need clear photos and a description to give the breed association, so it can try to match the information to a horse in its database. If you already have registration papers but want to find out more about your horse's pedigree, there are online databases that can help.

The website allbreedpedigree.com includes several breeds, such as the American quarter horse, thoroughbred, Arabian, and paint. If you have a former racehorse and wish to learn about its race records, you can check for information on Brisket or Equipage.

In fact, many former racehorses are notoriously difficult to handle and don't make the best pleasure riding horses. The Koninklijke Varnishing ‘He Fries ch Paarden-Stamboek’ (Fps) recognizes the Frisian Horse Association of North America (Ghana) as its sole representative on the North American and as such, Ghana facilitates the registration of Fps horses.

There are several levels in the Fps studbook which allows one to differentiate between the registry and status/grade levels of horses in order to achieve the Fps’s primary goal of preserving and improving the Frisian horse. If you are considering buying a Frisian colt for eventual use as a stallion you should be aware the chances of getting him approved for breeding with the Fps are relatively small.

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If, however, you wish to pursue this possibility, carefully review Ghana’s Rules & Regulations concerning the requirements for Studbook stallions. In order to promote breeding in those countries, the Fps developed a subsidiary registry within the studbook system called the B-Book I (in Dutch, bijboek-I).

However, Central America does have Foal Book stallions with limited breeding privileges granted by the Fps. It can be difficult to distinguish between main studbook and B-Book horses on the outward appearance of their papers.

This registry is intended for all purebred Frisian horses that were bred using Foal Book stallions without the approval of the Fps. Members wishing to register such horses must correspond directly with the Fps in the Netherlands.

A B-Book horse may be an excellent fit your budget and future plans even though it may not be in the highest Fps register. Likewise, the descendants of B-Book I mares can be elevated to the main studbook after three generations of similar Approved breeding.

Horses in the Foal Book can move up to the Studbook at the age of three or four after a positive inspection result; however, some owners– particularly of geldings, do not bother to have them judged and a mature Foal Book horse may still be a good buy if it has potential. Premiums To evaluate their quality, foals and adult horses are inspected by a Fps judge from the Netherlands based on a combination of their movement and conformation.

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“No premium” foals can result from many factors including genuine faults, poor quality, temporary unsoundness on judging day, unacceptable white markings. Foal premiums are frequently not be relevant indicators of a horse’s quality as an adult.

For more information on the judging process, please visit the Ghana website: Rules & Regulations Buyers should obtain a properly executed Bill of Sale from the Sellers for this purpose.

The Registration Certificate is not the property of the horse owner and can be withdrawn by the Fps or Ghana for justifiable cause. Main Studbook registration certificates are laminated and a dark blue color as of January 1st, 2015.

Prior to 2015, B-Book I paper were laminated orange/brown and gold certificates with a light blue/gray horse image. Prior to 2015, B-Book II certificates were laminated blue and pastel red with a light blue-gray horse image.

** When a B-Book II mare is bred to a Fps Studbook stallion, the offspring is promoted to B-Book I in one generation. *** When a B-Book II mare is bred to a Foal book stallion with a Fps Breeding Permit, promotion to B-Book I take place in two generations.

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The largest numbers of Fps registered horses are in the Netherlands, Germany and North America. The guidelines, DNA/parentage verification and breeding policies of other registries for Frisian horses are not equal to those of the Fps.

Horses born in 1997 and after have an electronic identification chip in the upper left neck, midway between poll and withers. For More Information Ghana understands the complexity of this subject and you are encouraged to contact the office with any registration questions.

When I was watching Thoroughbreds being saddled for a race, I noticed they were a lot of different colors. The American Jockey Club recognizes the following colors for Thoroughbred registration: black, white, chestnut, gray/roan, bay (brown), and palomino.

There is a vast set of rules and conditions a foal must meet to register as a Thoroughbred. Registration requirements range from the method of insemination to a horse’s coat color.

In the United States, the Jockey Club is the governing authority over the Thoroughbred breed registry. The remaining nine genes modify the basic colors, either by diluting them, overriding their effects, or creating distinctive patterns of pigmented areas.

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Interestingly, the genes that determine coat color also affect horse behavior, neurological function, and health. Interestingly people associate horse color with temperament and chances of success on the track.

It’s common for a black foal to be mistaken for a grille or even bay dun. Some people think the great filly Ruffian was a black horse, but they are incorrect.

Ruffians’ racing career started tremendously and ended tragically. It’s estimated twenty million viewers tuned in to watch the race.

Shortly after the start of the race, Ruffian shattered a leg bone but continued to run. White Thoroughbreds are rare and are a historical symbol of power and fertility.

For the Jockey Club to register a Thoroughbred white, the horse’s entire coat, including the mane, tail, and legs, is predominantly white and can not have any other colored hairs in its coat. Her progeny continue to produce white Thoroughbreds to the present date.

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Some modifications that occur dominant, meaning the affected horses can pass the color on to their offspring. Further, there has never been a white Thoroughbred win a grade I stakes race in North America, but one did find success in Japan, a white Thoroughbred named Yuki-chan won three stakes races from 2008-2010.

To register as a chestnut, a horse can only display red hairs throughout their bodies. Their mane and tails range from darker than coat color to blonde.

A light chestnut could be mistaken for a palomino when their mane and tail are blonde. The competition started in 1875; however, there wasn’t a Triple Crown winner until Sir Barton, a chestnut colt, won it in 1919.

To date, this feat has only been accomplished twelve more times, and chestnut-colored horses have won seven of the thirteen Triple Crown titles. Whirl away the fifth winner of the triple crown in 1937, was the son of Man O’ War widely regarded as the greatest racehorse at the time.

He was nicknamed Big Red because of his deep chestnut coloring and large body. He is another strong chestnut he went on to have a great career and won the American Champion Three Year Old Male Horse award.

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Grey horses typically begin their life a darker color and gradually lighten as they age. Jockey Club requires a gray horse to have the majority of their coat a mixture of black and white hairs.

Roan unlike gray, is a coloration pattern that remains constant throughout the life of the horse. The gray gene is dominant to any other inherited color, and the same is true of roan.

The following is a list of the best gray racehorses in history, and all have been voted into horse racing Hall of Fame. Spectacular Bid won 26 of 30 starts, including the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes.

Skip Away had career earnings over $9.6 million and won eight grade one stake races, including the 1997 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Winning Colors won the Kentucky Derby to become only the third filly to accomplish this feat.

Bay Thoroughbreds have a reddish-brown coat with areas of tan on the shoulders, head, and flanks. The shades of bay horses vary by animal and is a standard Thoroughbred color.

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Bay horses range in color from dark mahogany to creamy white. If you notice brownish-red hairs under the horse’s eyes, around the muzzle, behind the elbow, or in front of the stifle, it’s a bay.

There’s no shortage of successful bay colored Thoroughbreds on the racetrack. Sea biscuit the champion racehorse of the late 1930s, he captured the heart of America and along the way beat triple crown winner War Admiral in a match race.

But being the most successful sire of the 20th century is his most significant contribution to Thoroughbred racing. Before suffering a hoof injury, which led to his retirement, Big Brown won seven of the eight races he ran.

Thoroughbreds that are Palomino are rare but do occur and are recognized by The Jockey Club. A registered palomino Thoroughbred has a golden yellow coat with flaxen manes and tails.

A Palomino coat color can range from cream to a dark gold. To create the Palomino color, a horse must have a chestnut base and a cream dilution gene.

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The genotype EE creates a chestnut base coat color, and C CCR at the C locus is the cream dilution gene. Palomino Thoroughbreds are rare, and if someone is lucky enough to have one, they typically don’t race the horse for fear of it sustaining an injury.

I found one horse that saw some success that is listed by some as a Palomino, Take Shuttle; he is a Japanese Thoroughbred. I know they’re beautiful, however, I’m unsure they’re a good match for me, but I decided to look at a few and learn more about them.

When looking at a potential pleasure horse I want an animal that is versatile enough to use in multiple equine activities. I wasn’t sure if the American Paint Horse fit the bill, so I checked around to learn more about the breed.

The modern Paint Horse is an extremely versatile animal that excels in pleasure riding, racing, ranching, showing, or rodeoing. Paints have been treasured since the days of the old west for their durability and color patterns.

Today’s Paint horses are a recognized breed requiring adherence to strict bloodline rules that have ensured a horse of superior conformation and ability. Many of the top running Paints display champion Quarter horse studs in their pedigree.

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The powerful hindquarters of Paints provide the explosiveness needed by ropers to fire out of a shut and catch his calf. These athletic and versatile horses compete in Halter, Showmanship, English, Western, and Trail classes.

You can check the Alpha website to learn more about the world show and events they offer. The American Paint horse makes a great trail riding companion.

If a horse is athletic and a willing learner, you can train them to perform almost any equine sport. And we know Paints have a good head and willing disposition to please and learn along with athleticism, which makes them the ideal candidate to be a jumper.

These horses roamed free and eventually became part of the wild mustang herds. From the wild mustang herds, Native Americans domesticated the animals.

The Paint was desired because of the uniqueness of its coat, pleasant disposition, and athletic ability. The crossbreeding heightened, even more, the desirable qualities of the Paint horse, by increasing their athletes and speed.

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Paint Horses can come in any combination of white and other equine colors, such as chestnut, dun, grille, brown, bay, black, sorrel, palomino, buckskin, gray, or roan. It’s common for multiple legs of a Tobago to be white below his hocks and knees.

The head of a Toby is commonly a solid-color with a star, snip, strip, or blaze. His color pattern is distinct, with clear borders and the horse’s mane and tail are ordinarily multi-colored.

By Bonnie U. Greenberg Over is a mixture of Tobago and over color coat patterns. Anna from British Columbia, Canada Sabine looks similar to a roan horse with extra white.

Picture a light roan with indistinct white patches; this best describes the Sabine pattern. A horse must carry a Paint pattern gene, confirmed through Alpha genetic testing from an Pre-approved lab.

Approved labs are the University of California–Davis, Talon Diagnostics (click here to go to American Paint Horse Association Website for all information you need to see if your horse qualifies for registration. ) If you have any concerns about your Paint’s registration, I highly recommend visiting their site.

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The Alpha has recorded over 59 million horses since its inception and provides a wealth of useful information. Recently I saw an Appaloosa with a lot of white coloring in its coat.

The amount of white coloring on its body made me wonder if there is any difference between Paints and Appaloosa horses, so I decided to find out. The Appaloosa breed has a different color coat pattern than a Paint.

Further, an Appaloosa has an LP gene not found in Paint horses that causes striped hooves and visible sclera. Appaloosa horses were bred and raised by the New Perez Indians in the North-Western United States.

Both Appaloosas and Paints have a formal association that requires specific standards for registration. If neither the Appaloosa nor Paint horse had much white in their coat, it would be hard to distinguish them from one another.

To be registered as a Paint a foal’s sire and dam must be registered with the American Paint Horse Association, the Jockey Club, or the American Quarter Horse Association. Because of the variety of roles horses play in our society, the law’s treatment of them covers a wide range of often competing goals.

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Some laws treat them as livestock, while others describe them as precious national symbols and extend significant protections to them. Their senses are generally considered to be superior to those of humans, especially their eyes, the positioning of which allows them to see a range of vision over 350 degrees.

Finally, horses are often brought into families as companion animals, enriching human lives Unlike many companion animals, dogs and cats in particular, horses are expensive and require a lot of maintenance.

Whatever their treatment under the law, it is undeniable that horses continue to play an important role in our society, as beasts of burden, symbols of the American spirit, and members of many human families. They are used as beasts of burden on farms, displayed for their beauty at competitive shows, and treated as companion animals by many families around the country.

Because of the variety of roles horses play in our society, the law's treatment of them covers a wide spectrum of often competing goals. Some laws treat them as mere livestock, while others describe them as precious national symbols and mandate significant protections for them.

Their senses are generally considered to be superior to those of humans, especially their eyes, the positioning of which allows them to see a range of vision over 350 degrees. Though historically considered unintelligent, more recent studies suggest that horses excel at simple learning and are also able to solve advanced cognitive problems.

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The genus Equus, to which modern domesticated horses belong, probably originated in North America around 4 million years ago, and then spread to the Eurasian land mass over, presumably, the Bering Strait. Interestingly, however, the late prehistoric North American horses died out around 11,000 years ago.

The most sensational role historically has been their use in warfare, where they have often proven to be decisive strategic factors due to their speed and strength. However, their most lasting role has been as a means of human transportation, engendering the expansion of various peoples across vast tracts of land.

Indeed, to many in America, including the United States Congress, horses are a proud symbol of westward expansion and development. Though horses are utilized far less today than in the past, they still play varied and important roles in human society.

In many cases, horses offer the best means of completing a task while balancing environmental concerns, such as avoiding damaging delicate soil or disrupting nature preserves with gas powered vehicles. Finally, horses are often brought into families as companion animals, enriching human lives through the reciprocal formation of meaningful social bonds.

Like any animal, horses are affected by multiple legal regimes at the state and federal level. Passed by Congress in 1971, the Africa was implemented to address the drastic decline of wild horses and burros on America’s plains (16 U.S.C.S.

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At one point numbering in the millions, by the time this legislation was put into force the wild horse population had shrunk to around 17, 000. Still, it can be hard at times to discern exactly what laws and protections are applicable to particular horses in any given statutory scheme.

The ambiguity in the New York definitions is typical of the general tension in the law’s treatment of horses. Because of this, horses are treated as livestock by some laws and companion animals by others, often with results that are difficult to reconcile logically.

While there are no horse slaughter facilities currently operating in the United States, it is important to note that only four states have explicitly banned horse slaughter or the sale of horse meat for human consumption, five if you count Mississippi which has declared horse meat to be unfit for human consumption. Certainly one part of the explanation is simply popular disgust at divergent and foreign dietary norms.

Horses in America are inextricably woven into our national narrative, recognized even by Congress as symbols of the “pioneer spirit.” Livestock or not, they are often treated as companion animals by families, as aesthetic objects by connoisseurs, and as protected wild animals by the United States government. If the current political capital being expended on behalf of horses at both the state and national level is any indication, then the arc of horse welfare certainly seems to be bending away from their traditional role as beasts of burden and towards there absolute admission into that pantheon of treasured American animals, next to dogs, cats, and bald eagles.

Each calendar year foal names must begin with specific letters of the alphabet as designated by the Fps. Names should be relatively simple, ideally consisting of a single word.

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Ghana / KFPS-Het Frieze Paar den Steamboat Naming System The naming system using designated letters each year has been in place for many years. By using letters for each year, it is easier to identify when the horse was born.

In most cases the Fps will attempt to use the filly name as specified by the owner. Owners who don’t want to leave the naming options up to the Fps should list a second choice name on the Birth Announcement form.

The stallion’s new registered name is selected from the list, and he will henceforth be known by his new name, even if he subsequently loses his breeding approval. If an owner wants to have the exclusive right to use a specific farm name in registering their horses, the name can be reserved by paying a fee to Ghana.

You are required to pay or collect any other taxes administered by the Department of Revenue. Independent contractors (persons that are not employees) that engage in business in Washington must register with the Department of Revenue.

The microchip should be implanted into the left side of the horse’s neck. It must be compatible with ISO 11784 and 11785 and identifiable on scanning with a microchip reader.

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If a horse has had a microchip implanted after it has been registered with the FEI, the 'Microchip Changes' form, found in the library section below, must be completed. The form must be completed by a veterinarian (who does not have to be registered with the FEI) and sent to the National Federation, along with the horse's FEI Passport responsible for the horse’s administration.

Further details can be found in Annex VI of the FEI Veterinary Regulations. Detailed information concerning microchips can be found in Article 1001 of the FEI Veterinary Regulations.

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