Numpty guide to clearing imported horse BSJA *winnings* please!

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OK so I want to clear Ted's imported winnings levy. I know you email the relevant authorities but which ones and do you have the email addresses I need?

He is KWPN and according to his passport came here from Holland.

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Ok I can help with this one, call the BSJA in the morning they will give you 3 e-mail address's for gemany, holland and Belgium, yuou then need to e-mail them asking if they have any record of your horse, if the answer is no, you forward the e-mails to the BSJA and its then sorted!!!

Hope that helps

Found them its

info@equibel.be -> Belgium

Pferdeaufkleber@fn-dokr.de -> Germany

Pferdeaufkleber@fn-dokr.de --> Holland

I just wrote all her passport info and sire and dam and date of birth, and asked if they had a record of her?
 

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I had to do this too, even though he is from holland you still need to get confirmation from Belgium & germany
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If you want to know quicker than waiting for emails to come back, seeing as he is dutch then you can call the KNHS, dutch fed. on 0031577408200 with his passport number and microchip number to hand and they can tell you if he has any winnings. When the automated phone line answers just press "2" and then when a real life human answers sweetly say, hello I am looking for some results for a horse please.

If you PM me his proper name then I can search the Belgian Fed site for his results. I'd try and talk you through it but it's rather complicated if you can't speak Flemish!!
 

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Nope, not registered with the Belgian Federation!!
So all clear there.

Just a quick note, the German's are INCREDIBLY slow at replying to emails, it may be best to ask the BSJA for fax numbers. Then mark Urgent on the one to Germany
 

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sorry for hijacking the thread...
I have a 5 yo that is imported that I want to register BSJA - do I have to go through all this malarkey with clearing winnings bearing in mind it is actually home bred and came with me to UK as a yearling?
 

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Holland never replied to my email but were brilliant when I rang them, faxed the result immediately. Dont worry they speak fantastic English. Belgium were first to respond then Germany who took about a week. I then had to forward all the responses to BSJA.

If Ted has winnings in Holland you will not get rid of them as such, he will be graded accordingly. To give you an idea one of mine came with 12 points at 1.20m as a 6 yo and was given £250 on his card.
 

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Hi Martlin,

If you can prove that the horse was in the UK since a yearling, or the very least the first half of his 4th year, ie via import papers, or a vaccination record, then no, you have no problems. Possibly castration letter or something from the vet.
A sales recepit unfortunately won't suffice.
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Martlin do you have import papers showing your horse entered the UK as a yearling? If so dont think you will have a problem. Other than that you could try his passport with vaccination record which shows him in UK before an age when he could compete.
 

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Yep echo Mrs T, you shouldn't have a problem. Mine was imported as a 3yr old and I have never had any problems with BE/BD. The problems occur if they are imported 4yrs onwards and could have competed abroad. It is then down to you to prove they haven't. If they have, or you cannot prove they haven't, you will get slapped with winnings here and the horse will be graded accordingly.
 

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Thanks Mrs T!
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If Ted has winnings in Holland you will not get rid of them as such, he will be graded accordingly.

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Am fully aware of that
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The importation papers are long gone by now, but I have a passport with full vaccination record. No invoice for purchase as I bred it myself and the dam came with me as well. No castration note as it is a filly
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If you are going to jump the Amateur classes at the weekend, I wouldn't worry about it. Register him know and then the BSJA will remove the winnings for you later. Isn't he already reg BSJA anyway?
 

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Had replies from Holland and Belgium today, no winnings, and GermanyJo has checked Germany and he isn't registered there either, so just awaiting that confirmation.

DD yes I know but thought I would get my arse in gear and get it all sorted for when I re-reg him (his membership has lapsed).

Ladyfresha, here he is

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Will get some more up to date ones next week as he has really changed!
 
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