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The Fell Pony Society

Registration and Other Fees

FOAL REGISTRATIONS

All foals need to be microchipped before registration.

Please ensure that the microchip barcode sticker is affixed to the registration application in the space provided below the silhouette, below the pony's name and sex.

All registration applications should be submitted to the office as soon as possible. Any applications received in December will be subject to a double fee.

Deadlines for Breeders

· The current Equine Identification regulations require the applications for foal passports to arrive with the Society within 6 months of birth or 30 November whichever is the later. However in addition to the above, FPS regulations require applications to be received by no later than 31 December (irrespective of age) or the application will be treated as late and will require late registration fees and confirmation of the sire and dam by DNA. Double fees may also apply if applications are received during December.

· Service Books / notifications of coverings online must be notified by 31 December in the year of covering; if not, any resulting foal will have to be DNA typed to confirm the sire prior to registration.

When completing stallion service certificates please complete all the details fully, including full name and registration number of stallion and mare and full dates of covering to include at least month and year. Month on its own with no year is unacceptable. 3 April 2021

FPS STALLION LICENSING (updated 10 August 2020)

The FPS Council have agreed that it will be compulsory for a colt/stallion to be FIS tested before a Stallion License can be issued. The FIS test fee may be refunded once the first progeny are registered, subject to the test having been purchased through the FPS; contact the Secretary for more details.

Colts are eligible from two years old, after 1 January of their second year. The applicant must be the recorded owner of the pony. Stallion licensing form

The Owner must supply the FPS Secretary with the contact details of a veterinary surgeon (name, address and email). An Examination and Report Form is sent by the Secretary to the vet together with a letter, which is copied to the colt's owner; the owner will also receive the DNA and FIS kit for the vet's use. NB If an FIS test is done through another lab then proof will be required – either sight of the certificate, or confirmation from the relevant laboratory - that the pony has been tested. A letter will also be required from the vet who took the sample, confirming that the identity/microchip of the pony was also checked.

The owner makes arrangements with the vet for the inspection, after which, if the colt has passed, the DNA/FIS samples are taken. The form on the sampling back should be completed by the vet and the samples forwarded by the vet, to the lab or the FPS, as instructed.

The passport should be made available at the onset of the inspection as the identity of the pony should be checked and confirmed by the vet, by scanning the microchip.

The cost of the vet's inspection is borne by the colt's owner.

The vet returns the Veterinary Report Form to the Secretary. The licence is issued when the DNA and FIS testing confirmation is received and the passport and records updated by the FPS.

A COLT WHICH PASSES THE EXAMINATION MAY NOT BE USED FOR STUD PURPOSES UNTIL THE LICENCE IS ISSUED.

If the colt fails the inspection or a licence cannot be issued then a part refund of the fees may be due.

Stallion service books or online service certificates must be returned to the Secretary by 31 December in the year of covering: Fell Pony Society, Bank House, Boroughgate, Appleby, Cumbria CA16 6XF.

Fees for a Stallion License application May 2020

All fees in £ sterling (GBP)

To include DNA & FIS kits

If already FIS tested

UK member

120

80

UK non member

240

200

Overseas member

125

85

Overseas non member

245

205

(If the colt has already been DNA typed or both DNA typed and FIS tested please contact the FPS for the appropriate fees.)

Registration and Other Fees

 

UK

Overseas

All fees in £ sterling (GBP)

Member

Non-Member

Member

Non-Member

To Register Colt or Gelding - registrations received to 30 November

10

20

15

25

To Register Filly - registrations received to 30 November

15

30

20

35

To Register Colt or Gelding - registrations received 1 - 31 December

20

40

25

45

To Register Filly - registrations received 1 - 31 December

30

60

35

65

Late Registration (does not include cost of parentage test)

50

100

55

105

Transfer of Ownership (UK)

10

20

15

25

Transfer to Gelding

Free

Free

Free

Free

Register a Prefix - UK Rate

45

55

60

70

FIS test kit

40

50

45

55

DNA kit

50

60

55

65

Duplicate Passport (does not include cost of parentage test)

50

60

55

65

Please note the higher registration fees for applications received in December.

FELL PONY SOCIETY BANK DETAILS


Lloyds Bank have advised the Society that to keep our account secure we should not publish our bank details on the website. Please contact the office if you wish to pay by BACS.

Bank House, Boroughgate, Appleby, Cumbria CA16 6XF

Tel/Fax: 017683 53100. To phone a UK number from overseas,
replace the leading 0 with +44.
Email: secretary@fellponysociety.org.uk.

The office is manned Monday to Thursday. You can leave a voice message or send an email to secretary@fellponysociety.org.uk if the Secretary is unavailable. Visitors will only be seen by appointment.


All Bank transfers should be in English pounds sterling – any charges should be paid in the country of origin.
Also, our bank makes a charge for the receipt of an electronic transfer from overseas – please add £2 for transactions up to £100 and £7 for transactions greater than £100.

October 2019

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