07/03/2017

Fire and Rescue Pioneer Receives NEF Award

Professor Josh Slater receiving the Sir Colin Spedding Award on behalf of Jim Green, presented by HRH The Princess Royal, President of the National Equine Forum Jim Green, pioneer of equine emergency rescue methodology and training was announced as the winner of the Sir Colin Spedding Award at yesterday’s National Equine Forum (NEF), Thursday 2nd […]

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28/02/2017

SPILLERS® Appoints New Regional Sales Manager

SPILLERS® has appointed Amy Rogers as Regional Sales Manager for the South West. She joins a specialist team of ten people who provide sales support around the UK for the SPILLERS® range of more than 30 horse feeds. Amy holds an Equine Science degree from Hartpury College. She has spent the past three years working for Mole […]

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20/02/2017

National Equine Forum Almost Sold Out

When: Thursday 2nd March 2017 Where: The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London SW1H 9JJ Only a handful of tickets remain available for this year’s National Equine Forum given an unprecedented rush of early bookings. It reflects the growing popularity and importance to the industry of this highly informative, non-­‐partisan event. This year Government officials, vets […]

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13/02/2017

SPILLERS®reveals most frequent winter Care-Line queries

Gina Gatehouse-Sawko, SPILLERS® Care-Line Nutritionist The SPILLERS® Care-Line is invariably at its hottest during the winter months. Clare Barfoot RNutr, the Research and Development Manager at SPILLERS®, reveals some of the most frequently asked questions and provides the answers, to help you keep your horse in fine fettle this winter. SPILLERS® led the way with […]

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13/02/2017

Zoetis warns of risk of cyathostominosis in young horses

The recent spate of tragic incidences of young, neglected horses being dumped dead or near to death this winter has prompted Zoetis to warn of the risks of larval cyathostominosis. This potentially fatal disease is caused by excessive burdens of encysted small redworm, from which neglected and abandoned horses are often found to be suffering. […]

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