1.1.3 Animals which do not qualify registered in The Swedish Studbook can be registered in Swedish Jockey Club’s B-Registry the “Non thoroughbred registry”.
Modification of the heritable genome of a prospective or registered Thoroughbred, during its conception, gestation or at any stage thereafter in its existence, will result in that horse forfeiting its status as a Thoroughbred 2.1 Identity verification Before any stallion or mare can be registered in the Swedish Stud Book as breeding stock the animal's identity must be established.
1.1 For a horse to be eligible to be registered as a Thoroughbred in the Swedish Stud Book the following requirements must be met: 1.1.1 The horse must be the product of a mating between a sire and a dam, both of which are recorded in an approved Thoroughbred Stud Book or either or both must have been promoted from a Non-Thoroughbred register under the terms set out in Article 13 paragraph 4.1 of the International Agreement on Breeding, Racing and Wagering, or 1.1.2 a foal may be promoted from the Non Thoroughbred Register (B-Register) published by the Swedish Stud Book when the following conditions are all satisfied: a) The horse can prove satisfactorily eight consecutive crosses with "Thoroughbred" including the cross of which it is the progeny.
An ordinary Swedish passport allows for free rights of movement and residence in the EEA and Switzerland, and short-term visits without arranging a visa in advance to more than 130 other countries.
Swedish passports are issued by the Swedish Police and applications are filed at police stations equipped with a passport terminal for taking photographs and fingerprints.
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