PART 2 - HORSES - (E)2 to (E)26
22. Passport endorsement
22.1 This Rule applies only if a horse trained in Great Britain
- 22.1.1 is to race under the rules of a Recognised Racing Authority of a country other than Great Britain and Ireland, and
22.1.2 may not do so in accordance with the rules of that Racing Authority unless the passport issued under Rule 14 in respect of the horse has been endorsed by the Authority.
22.2 The Trainer of the horse may apply to the Authority for endorsement of the horse's passport.
22.3 Any application for the endorsement of a passport must be accompanied by the appropriate fee specified in Schedule (A)1.
22.4 The passport may be endorsed
- 22.4.1 at the Authority's Office,
22.4.2 at The Racing Calendar Office, or
22.4.3 by the Clerk of the Scales at a racecourse on the day of a race meeting.
22.5 A passport is signed and dated on endorsement and the endorsement is valid for one month from that date.
22.6 If the horse does not travel beyond Great Britain and Ireland, the Trainer (or his representative) must
- 22.6.1 return the passport to The Racing Calendar Office for cancellation, or
22.6.2 write 'did not travel' over the endorsement and take it to a racecourse for cancellation by a Veterinary Officer or the Clerk of the Scales as soon as possible.