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FEI PASSPORT & LICENCE INCREASES
11 December 2003

The British Equestrian Federation have notified us of increased charges, to commence from 1st January 2004. The charge for both a new FEI passport and a revalidation (required every four years) is to be increased by ?15 and the International Drivers, Licence by ?10. There will be no increase to the BHDTA service charge.

The 2004 prices will therefore be:

FEI Horse Passport ?136 (previously ?121)

FEI Pony Passport ?56 (previously ?41)

FEI Drivers Licence ?20 (previously ?10)

Please note: These passports are NOT the same as the Equine Passports being issued by the government for all horses and ponies in Britain.

All animals competing in international classes at Horse Driving Trials require an FEI passport (as detailed above) and all competitors require an FEI competitors' licence. Please contact the BHDTA office for more information and application forms.

Equine passports are being issued by the British government to all horses and ponies for the purposes of identifying the animal and will be compulsory from 30th June 2004.

More information about passports is available in our reference section -

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