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COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF HORSES ON THE SAEF DATA BASE

COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF HORSES ON THE SAEF DATABASE
(to be loaded on your current profile with the SAEF)

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) requires the SAEF to have a central database of all horses competing in the disciplines within the SAEF.  The process will start on 1 October 2019 and all horses need to be registered by 1 January 2020. Horse registration is at no cost for our members. A guideline has been attached at the bottom of this document for easy reference.

The process starts with the member logging in at:
https://www.logix.org.za/newlogix/SAEF/SAEF_HOME.php

Selecting, REGISTER MY HORSE WITH THE SAEF and then following Steps 1 to 5 as indicated on the website. Once these 5 steps are completed, the member click on ‘submit’and the horse/s will now be on their profile. Should a member have forgotten his/her password, it can be reset by selecting the ‘I forgot my password’ button and changing his/her password (no longer than 8 characters)

Please see the guideline on how to complete this process:--->
GUIDELINE TO REGISTER HORSES ON SAEF DATA BASE
https://saef.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Horse-registrations-1.pdf
 
NEW HORSE PASSPORT APPLICATION PROCEDURE
*only applicable for NEW passport applications from 1 October 2019
*existing RSA Group IX green passports still valid
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) requires strict monitoring and control of information going into passports and the SAEF must adhere to these requirements. As a result, thereof, as of 1 October 2019, all Group IX passports will ONLY be issued by the SAEF Office in Johannesburg. There will be no passports agents in the provinces/districts as of 1 October 2019.
 
New Passport Application Procedures
To apply for a new passport:
Download the Passport application form from the SAEF web page:
https://saef.org.za/participate/forms-and-docs 

Please complete the form and send it along with the proof of payment to passports@saef.org.za. The cost of a passport is R160.

Once the completed application has been received, a single page of the horse ID page is returned to the applicant.  This ID page must be completed and stamped by a registered vet.

Once this is done, the applicant must scan the document back to passports@saef.org.za .
Upon receipt thereof, the SAEF will complete the application, issue a passport and courier the passport back to the applicant.

If the applicant elects to collect the passport from the SAEF offices, 475 Papenfus Road, Beaulieu, Kyalami, weekdays between 8:00 to 16:00, the applicant will be informed when the passport can be collected.  
If the passport needs to be sent to the applicant by courier, the charge for the courier depends on where you are based. Postnet to Postnet is R100.
 
saefdatabase@saef.org.za

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