PART 2 - HORSES - (E)2 to (E)26
5. Supporting documents: horse foaled in Great Britain, Ireland or Channel Islands
5.1 This Rule applies to an application to register the name of a horse in any case where the horse was foaled in Great Britain, Ireland or the Channel Islands.
5.2 The application to register the horse's name must be accompanied by
- 5.2.1 its passport (except where the horse happens to be outside Great Britain, Ireland or the Channel Islands at the time the application is made), and
5.2.2 such other documents as may be required under Paragraph 5.3 or 5.4.
5.3 In any case where the horse's passport does not already contain evidence from a Veterinary Surgeon that a Microchip has been implanted, the application must also be accompanied by a statement from a Veterinary Surgeon that the horse has been implanted with an identifying Microchip.
5.4 In any case where the Person who signs the application is unable to confirm the markings of the horse shown in the passport, the application must also be accompanied by an age and markings certificate that complies with Rule 7.1.
5.5 In this Rule references to a horse's passport are to the approved diagrammatic document of identity for the horse which is issued
- 5.5.1 by the Stud Book Authority of Great Britain and Ireland in accordance with such directions as may be given by the Authority, or
5.5.2 in such other manner as the Authority may specify.