Horse Passports
IT'S THE LAW - Don't risk a £5,000 Fine

FACT:

From February 28th 2005, all horses, ponies, donkeys and mules were required by law to have an E.U. approved EQUINE PASSPORT. The only exception to this law is wild and ferrel ponies such as those on Dartmoor and Exmoor, for whom different arrangements apply. The penalty for not holding a passport for every equine you own is up to £5,000.

From 1 July 2009 all foals and any older horses not previously identified must be microchipped when a passport is applied for.

The Pleasure Horse Society passports are now issued by the horse passport agency.

There are a number of specific breed societies issuing passports for those animals registered with them.

Please apply to:

The Passport Agency
PO BOX 74
Ellesmere
SY122AD

Passports applications call
0870 2418263
 





Please send all passports for changes – alterations to:

The Passport Agency
PO BOX 74
Ellesmere
SY122AD
Tel:0870 2418263