Digital Health Certificates and Coggins via Global Vet Link
- Health Certificates are required for any horse traveling out of the state and out of the country. Some shows within the state may require a health certificate or health statement in order to enter the show grounds.
- NJ state law requires all animals to be examined within 30 days of writing the health certificate. The animal must be determined to be free of disease, have a normal rectal temperature, and proof of negative coggins test within the past 12 months
- Coggins Testing: a blood sample is taken to test for equine infectious anemia (EIA). By New Jersey law, any horses traveling on state roads must have proof of a negative coggins within the past 24 months.