The direct link to the ANCCE website for information on all services can be found at: http://www.lgancce.com/web2/page/documentation?lang=en, however it is detailed below for your convenience.
Breeder Code Application – Service code 700
You will need to fill out an International Application for Service form as a “cover page”.
Fill out the top section as best as you can. For breeder code application you use service code 700. Leave sections B and C blank. Sign at the bottom left of the form.
Then fill out the Application for Breeder Code form as best you can. The NIF number in the first section is a driver’s licence or passport number. A representative is someone who fills in paperwork, such as for breeding, for you. This will only be applicable if you have a stud manager, or someone else like that you wish to nominate to do this on your behalf. If the horse is agisted elsewhere to your residential address, you can fill those details in at section 3, or repeat the address details at section 1 if they are the same. On page 2, you can fill out the details of the PRE horses you own (do not worry about other breeds or partbreds here) and their passport numbers.
Don’t forget to sign at the bottom of both pages 1 and 2.
So, in summary, a completed International Application for Service form will cover this Application for Breeder Code form.
If you are intending on breeding, you will need a full breeder code at a cost of $400, or if you are only riding, you can have an owner code.
The forms are here, including examples on how to fill them out:
Owner code – Service Code 802
Please note, this code is if you only plan on riding, however if you have any intentions of breeding later on or requesting any other service for this horse, you are best to get a full breeder code at the outset. If you do change from an owner code to a full breeder code down the track you will need to pay the full breeder code fee, and transfer every horse out of your owner code to your breeder code at a cost of $100 per horse (current fees). Also, you can only present a horse for valoration under a full breeder code. Fill out the forms outlined above for a full breeder code using the examples there, this time using service code 802. The fee for an owner code is $100.
Transfer of Ownership – service code 619
When a horse is purchased and all payments are made, the seller of the horse MUST hand over the passport, and sign over the Ownership Card (if the horse has one) to the new owner. If there is no Ownership Card, then please fill out the "Transfer of Ownership" form instead. The new owner will then need to contact the office regarding the transfer of ownership of the horse by following the instructions below.
To transfer a horse, there are two things you need to do:
Fill out that International Application for Service form again, but this time use code 619 for transfer of ownership. Put the horse’s passport number and name in section B (leave C blank), and sign at the bottom left.
Attach to this form the completed ownership card if the horse has one, or if not, a completed Transfer of Ownership form and Ownership Declaration. You also need to attach a copy of the purchase receipt or sales contract too. The more information on the proof of ownership the better!
The fee for transfer of ownership is $100.
Inscription – service code 103
You will need to fill out an International Application for Service form using service code 103. This form is a covering form for every service that you apply for with ANCCE, Spain.
Fill out the top section as best as you can, and the service code for inscriptions is 103. Fill out section B with the foal’s name, and the covering certificate number (starts with the year ie 2010 etc. Leave section C blank. Sign at the bottom left of the form.
Attach the blue copy (or photocopy) of the birth certificate with the covering dates, birth dates, name of the foal, sex of the foal and colour of the foal clearly visible.
Attach or pay online the $270 fee.
Late Inscription – service code 127 – for foals/horses over 12 months of age
Please complete as for Inscription code 103 above, but change the service code to 127 for a late inscription.
Attach or pay online the $580 fee.
Valoration – service code 206
You will need to fill out an International Application for Service form using service code 206.
Fill out the top section as best as you can, and the service code for valoration is 206. Fill out section B with the horse’s code and name. Leave section C blank. Sign at the bottom left of the form.
The fee for this varies from year to year, depending on the number of horses and locations we need to travel to. You will be advised closer to time of the fee that is being charged for this service.
Womb Rental (or lease of mare)
If you lease a mare, the lessee can now be listed as the “breeder” of the foal as long as this process is followed.
The Womb Rental Agreement form must be completed and signed by both the mare owner and the lessee. Both the mare owner and lessee must have full breeder codes with ANCCE.
The stallion owner must provide a covering certificate number (before the foal is born), and this must be recorded on the form. Once this is completed, please scan and email a copy to the office for lodgement with Spain. Also send a copy with the inscription paperwork when inscribing the foal.
There is no fee for this form.
Colour Analysis Application – Service code 243
You will need to fill out an International Application for Service form using service code 243.
Fill out the top section as best as you can, and the service code for colour analysis is 243. Fill out section B with the horse’s code and name. Leave section C blank. Sign at the bottom left of the form.
Please note, only horses with DNA taken and held in Spain can be analysed for this service. Please send in the horse’s passport for this service, as this gets sent to Spain to be updated.
The fee for this service is $130 per horse. From time to time Spain do a 2-for-the-price-of-1 deal, so keep your eye out for that!
This is a simple form which is kept at the office. The passport remains with the owner of the horse, and the ownership does NOT change.
Once the forms are received at the office, the foals of a mare are “sold” to the lessee. For stallions, a letter stating who signs off on service certificates is also required by the owner of the stallion.
The fee for this service is $50.