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Are you competing international shows? For me personally, I always enjoyed these shows a lot. A few years ago, I represented The Netherlands at international Pony, Junior- and Young Riders shows. Very impressive it was! Preparing your horse for the show, the travel...

Tokyo alert!

Did you know that horses must have the same nationality as their rider at the Olympics? They must be registered with FEI as property of owners of the same nationality as the athlete by 15 January 2020. The horses, with multinational ownership, must be registered with...

Renew your horses’ FEI-paspoort every four years

Every horse competing at a FEI-show must have a FEI-passport. This document is valid for four years from the date of issue and needs to be renewed after. This extension can be arranged at the federation where the horse is registered. You won’t receive a new passport,...

When do I need a CCV document?

When it comes to transport, there are plenty of rules, certificates and forms. The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) checks on the transport and especially the safety of horses. Drivers who professionally transports horses do need a CCV...

When is a bloodtest required?

Usually, when a horse travelling within Europe, no blood test is required. There are exceptions; the city Prague for example is asking for a coggingstest. It’s very important to read the show schedule carefully, it will provide all information you need. Also check...

Traces Forms

When a horse travels from and to an EU country, you will need Traces papers. Exceptions do apply though, you will need to check with your ministry vet what the agreements are between the country that you are travelling from and the country that you are going to. For...