If your horse already has a passport but not a previous microchip, you should contact your passport issuing organisation advising them of the new microchip implanted and ask for guidance on next steps. Each passport issuing organisation is different so contacting them directly is often best. We will leave a form with the record of your horse’s microchip number to pass onto them.
If your horse is obtaining a passport at the same time, the passport forms will contain the microchip number and should be sent as normal to the relevant passport issuing authority.
Ensure your details are always up to date with us and the Central Equine Database so you can be easily contacted if your horse is found missing or stolen.