Horse Transfer

Transferring a Registered Horse

  • Horses can only be transferred to current Competitor, Participant, Supporter or Commercial members.
  • The new owner of the horse is required to send in the original Certificate of Registration and any competition licences along with the transfer fee specified in the Scale of Fees.
  • Ensure that the transfer section has been signed by the previous owner relinquishing ownership and ensure that you have signed the section taking up ownership of the horse.
  • Without these signatures the transfer cannot go ahead. 
  • Transfers includes all current competition licences. If no licences are current, you will need to purchase a licence for each discipline in which you wish to compete officially.
  • Please ensure there is a contact name and telephone number written on the paperwork in case we have any queries and need to contact you.
  • Please allow two weeks to complete the transfer. During busy periods (renewal time) this can take longer.

Transfer of an Interstate Registered Horse

To transfer a horse from interstate the steps above remain the same. 

Transfer of a Horse to a Family Member

  • Horses can only be transferred to current Competitor, Participant, Supporter or Commercial members.
  • Family transfers can only be made to immediate family members (e.g. husband/wife, parent/child).
  • Ensure that the transfer section has been signed by the previous owner relinquishing ownership and ensure that you have signed the section taking up ownership of the horse.
  • For the cost of an administration fee to alter the papers and/or competition licences, please call the office on 02 9620 2660.
  • Please ensure there is a contact name and telephone no. written on the paperwork in case we have any queries and need to contact you.
  • Please allow two weeks to complete the transfer. During busy periods (renewal time) this can take longer.

Lost Certificate of Registration

All requests for duplicate horse registration papers require you to fill out a Statutory Declaration signed by a Justice of the Peace or relevant person stating as much detail as possible as to why the papers are missing e.g. when you bought the horse, who you bought the horse from, horses registered EA name and number (if known), any other details.

The original Statutory Declaration must be sent to the NSW office with your payment for transfer. Only original documents will be accepted.

Stat Dec Transfer NSW 2018.pdf

Leasing a Horse

If you are leasing a horse you must complete the attached form and submit it with the original Certificate of Registration to the NSW office.

Lease Notification.pdf

Horse Change of Name

If you wish to change the name of your horse, you must complete the application form and submit it to the NSW office.

Change of Name 2018.pdf 

Horse Scale of Fees 2018-2019.pdf 

 

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