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Universal Equine Life Number

Don Schufro - like other stallions selected to a variety of horse breeding societies - could be one of those with many different registration numbers, unless his UELN is used
Don Schufro - like other stallions selected to a variety of horse breeding societies - could be one of those with many different registration numbers, unless his UELN is used
The UELN (Universal Equine Life Number) is a project of a common language between all the horse registering organisations. They all have their own independent system of identification for their horses, which makes the exchange of data quite difficult. The aim is to ensure that each horse can be identified with one UELN all over the world. So when, for example, an organisation needs information about a stallion registered in another country, the UELN could be a number understandable by any organisation. The website http://www.ueln.net is intended for all the official organisations concerned by horse registration, breeding and use. It will present the result of international meetings between the most important international organisations which work to improve the communication between horse registers.

The website contains:

-the history and description of the UELN system (Universal Equine Life Number)

-the international organisations related to this project

-the UELN database with many more than 300 organisations and associations registered (UELN code, address, list of breeds registered)

-the presentation of a solution for data exchanges between databases using the internet.

www.ueln.net


www.ueln.net - a Horse Data Exchange Project

The main international horse organisations promote a project for a common language between all organisations registering horses:

www.ueln.net
www.ueln.net
The main international horse organisations promote a project for a common language between all organizations registering horses:

the UELN number- creation of an unique number of identification for
each horse

WBFSH and FEI promote now a project to exchange horses data between databases

You will find all information about these two projects on www.ueln.net


Our aims…

* To maintain horse identity in every database in the world

* To be able to find information about a horse in several databases

* To improve the information

- exchanges between organisations

- managing breeding and horse

- registration

* Not to have to update the database manually, in order to avoid mistakes and waste of time

Possible search by :

* Name

* Microchip number

* FEI passport number

* UELN number

The exchanged files contain the following
information:


* Horse identity (UELN, FEI n°, microchip n°, name, color …)

* Data about the horse (breed, sire, dam, dam’s sire, studbook, breeder…)

* The pedigree until three generations

In the future, it will be possible:

* To exchange performances

* To exchange offspring

* ….

Our available resources:

* A website to exchange horses’ data

* Computer expert team competent and available

* The financial support of the organization WBFSH

* An important FEI participation

* A group of identification experts: WHIRDEC

* The support of the European Commission : UELN number obligatory in Europe since June 2008

Our insurance for you:

* A charter to protect the confidentiality of your information exchanged

* Help from computer experts to connect your database, to extract and to exchange data

Contact

www.ueln.net
Bérengère Lacroix
00 33 (0)6 18 60 48 90
contact@ueln.net