The Digital Stable allows you to see and change the details that are held about you and your equines on the Central Equine Database (CED).

When you have been presented with, or searched for equines on the Digital Stable, some of their details may be incorrect.

All data presented to you on Digital Stable is taken from the CED. All data on the CED is provided by one of the UK's 81 equine Passport Issuing Organisations (PIOs).

Sometimes this data is wrong. It maybe wrong for one of a number of reasons. For example:

  1. A horse has been sold but the new owner has not updated the horse's ownership records with their PIO
  2. A microchip number may have been written in the passport but not reported to the PIO. If the PIO does not know about the number, it cannot upload the number to the CED, and it will not appear in the Digital Stable.


The Digital Stable allows you to change these details. Once you have made the changes you want to make, the changes will be sent to your PIO. It is your PIO's responsibility to make these changes to their own records, then update the CED. It may therefore take a few days before your changes appear in your Digital Stable.

If the changes still do not appear in your Digital Stable after a few days, please contact your PIO.

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