Brexit Updates

An update on Brexit and what we know about travelling horses to Europe can be found at  


Covid Updates

Government Foreign Travel Advice: Under current UK COVID-19 restrictions, you must stay at home. You must not travel, including abroad, unless you have a legally permitted reason to do so. It is illegal to travel abroad for leisure purposes.
Please only travel if it is essential for work.

Due to the rapidly increasing number of infections, the federal and state governments have decided that from 2 November 2020 for a period of one month and a half minimally, only professional sports events may be held, without spectators. Further details available on request.

Before you travel to Belgium please provide the Performance Department with proof of the above by way of registered business details or employment contract. We reserve the right to withdraw your entry if this information is not received. Please remember to take this proof with you as evidence may be requested on your journey and at the show.

05/11/2020: FEI PASSPORTS
Due to current lockdown restrictions the team are working from home with very limited access to the office. Please allow 10 working days for the processing and amendments of FEI passports. The express service will have a turnaround time of 5 working days during lockdown. Please plan ahead.
Thank you for your understanding.

Due to the evolving situation with COVID-19 the FEI calendar is frequently changing and cancelled shows are being updated regularly. With this in mind we advise that you monitor the FEI calendar for updates by clicking on the link below.
If travelling abroad please make yourself aware of the COVID-19 protocols for each country you are travelling to and through along with the specific protocols each show may have in place.  Advice for UK Nationals travelling abroad can be found on the UK Government website here

FEI Statement: Face Masks Strongly Recommended at FEI Events


Going Abroad

Within this section you will find all you need to know in respect of competing abroad or at Home Pony compeitions.

To compete abroad all equines will need an FEI Passport and both equines and riders are required to have an FEI Registration. Links for both can be found below as can our selection policies and an overview of the International Teams and Talent Pathway criteria. 

All horses and riders wishing to compete in FEI competitions abroad, including riders receiving personal invitations, must apply to the British Showjumping Performance Team for authorisation.  Horse/rider combinations will only be authorised which are consistently/successfully competing nationally and showing succesful progression up to the level applied for. All applications for authorisation will be considered by the World Class Performance Manager on a case by case basis and may be withdrawn if deemed inappropriate. 

To apply for authorisation to an FEI show abroad please email with the show and dates you would like to enter along with Rider and Horse names and section or log into your members online account.

FEI Passports

Please note that urgent passports that need to be done on the day by coming into the office, can be done by appointment only if you have not booked and received confirmation you will be turned away.
(£100/booking. Maximum 2 passports/booking) 
Please click here to view availability

To book an available slot please contact Performance: 02476698829 / 

FEI International Show Calendar

FEI Passports & Registrations
FEI Rules 
FEI Show Categories
International Forms - Downloads

All Team and Championship Information: Young Horses and Home Pony up to  Senior Teams
International Teams & Talent Pathway Criteria
World Class Performance Pathway

Further Links:

Brexit-Government advice for transporting horses 
 Government advice for the 1st January 2021 onwards
Veteran - AJA Int'l Assoc of Jumping Rider Amabassadors
FEI Sport Manager App you can monitor your entries and invites for FEI shows via the App. 
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