Equine

Two leading equestrian organisations have praised SPILLERS® for its continued loyalty and support. British Dressage (BD) and the British Grooms Association (BGA) have been sponsored by SPILLERS® for the past 17 and ten years respectively and SPILLERS® has just renewed its commitment to both bodies.

Zoetis have recently announced that it has helped more than 500 horses by providing worming advice as part of a UK equine healthcare and castration project.

Redwings Horse Sanctuary has developed a Continued Professional Development course – called ‘Forging Welfare Partnerships’ (FWP) – to support farriers, horse owners and their horses.   

Two Blue Cross Shetland ponies, who are now working as therapy animals, trotted their way into Guy’s Cancer Centre to help celebrate Cancer Survivors’ Day on 25 June 2017.

The National Equine Forum (NEF) Organising Committee is calling for all unacknowledged equestrian achievers to be nominated for the Sir Colin Spedding Award 2018, which is fast becoming one of the most important awards in the UK’s equestrian industry.

Rebecca Howsam, who has a degree in Equestrian Psychology and Sports Science, has won the first scholarship to be awarded by the Saddle Research Trust (SRT).

The Pony Club has pledged its support to help Blue Cross find suitable homes for a group of unowned semi-feral ponies rescued from Bodmin Moor.

Myths and negative attitudes about strangles could be preventing horse owners from taking action to prevent the disease, a new survey suggests.

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