Welcome to the Northern Ireland Horse Board Official Website.
The Irish Horse Register has been the leading World Breeding Federation Studbook for producing event horses over the past 11 years.
Currently the Northern Ireland Horse Board has over 4000 shareholders in Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
As a registered Co-operative Society, the board of directors will be elected by members at the Annual General Meeting. The board will consist of a maximum of twelve members. Each Board member will serve a four-year term.
Northern Ireland Horse Board
Office Suite, Meadows Equestrian Centre,
Lurgan, Co. Armagh.
Phone: 028 38 343355
Monday-Friday: 09:00-13:00 Saturday: Closed
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Why Do I Need NIHB?
NIHB members receive discounted rates when completing registrations with Horse Sport Ireland. This includes discounts for new passports, naming of horses, passport endorsements and duplicate passports.
NIHB members can access the online Irish Horse Register. Members can search for horses and view pedigree, progeny and performance records. (Fair usage Applies)
NIHB members are entitled to a copy of the Irish Horse Register Stallion Book; a vital source of information for breeders, containing contact details for stallion owners/agents.
To keep NIHB members up to date with all that is happening with the Studbook as well as Irish Sport Horse competition successes.
Irish Horse Register Passport Applications
To join the NIHB please complete the Membership application form found on the ‘Forms’ page of our website.
To change ownership on an Irish Horse Register, Northern Ireland Horse Board or Oakdale NI passport please complete the Transfer of Ownership application form which can be found on the ‘Forms’ page.
The fee for change of ownership is £20.00
To apply for an Irish Horse Register passport for your foal please ask the stallion owner/agent to forward a covering certificate. Once a covering certificate has been received a foal marking kit will be sent out by Horse Sport Ireland for completion.
To name a horse with an Irish Horse Register passport please visit the Horse Sport Ireland WEBSITE to get a copy of the application form. The completed application will need to be returned to the Horse Sport Ireland office along with the passport and relevant fee.