The following information is for Horse Passport Agency passports. If you have a Pleasure Horse Society passport please click here.
When returning a passport please post the passport to Horse Passport Agency UK, PO Box 74, Ellesmere, SY12 2AD by recorded or special delivery with the application form and fee. Keep a record of the Life Number on the passport and photocopy any vaccination records.
Change Ownership: Most owners (90.5% in 2015) do this online via Owner Services as its safer (law change means you do now need to post the passport to us to be over stamped), We upgrade you to Fast Track (the passport is returned to you within 3 working days by 1st class recorded post) and its cheaper (just £17.50).
We recommend you apply online. If you would rather apply by post the process takes approximately 10 working days plus postage time for a correctly completed application (contact us for a form).
Changed Address: If the horse is already registered with us in your ownership and you just need to update your address you can do this by post for £15.50 using this Change of Address form or request a form by post
Animal Name: This can be updated online via Owner Services at the time you register or by post with a covering letter. The fee is £15.50.
Microchip: If your horse has been microchipped since the passport was issued this amendment needs to be confirmed by a vet and requires the passport to be returned to our office along with a completed form and fee of £15.50. Download form or contact us for a form.
Gelding: If your horse has been gelded this amendment needs to be confirmed by a vet and requires the passport to be returned to our office along with a completed form and fee of £15.50. Download form or contact us for a form.
Silhouette:For updates to the silhouette the vet must complete a new silhouette on our standard passport application form and confirm the presence of the microchip number. This amendment requires the passport to be returned to our office along with the form and fee of £15.50.
Animal Age: If your vet has made a mistake when recording the year of foal on the passport application please ask the vet to contact us within 6 weeks of the passport being issued. After this time the year of foal can only be amended to record "unknown". This amendment requires the passport to be returned to our office along with a covering note and administration fee of £15.50.
Death: If your horse has died please return the passport with a covering note stating the date and cause of death if known. If you are the registered owner you may ask for the passport to be returned to you if you enclose a stamped self addressed recorded envelope with correct postage.