A horse should only have one passport, so you need to do everything you can to check that it has not been issued with a passport previously before applying for a New Passport. Check the microchip at www.equineregister.co.uk
If you know the breeding of your horse (Sire & Dam) then you should contact a breed society as our passports are intended for horses of no known breeding.
To get a passport you will need to arrange for your vet to visit and complete this application form or request a form by post.
You can then either:
- Ask your vet to take the form away and submit it online as your Agent. This is our Fast Track option and costs just £24. We aim to issue the passport within 1 working day by first class post. 47% of passport applications were submitted online in 2020.
- If you would prefer to post the form to us the fee is £30. Processing paper applications takes longer so for a correctly completed application allow 5 working days plus postage time from the time you make payment (credit/debit card or Postal Order) and the passport will be posted by 2nd class post.