Equitopia Launches First in New Series: ‘Recognizing Subtle Lameness’

Improve Your Eye for the Pain Your Horse Tries to Hide  “Blaming the horse for the problem is a common scenario,” says world-renowned equine orthopaedics expert, Dr. Sue Dyson, Head of Clinical Orthopaedics at the Centre for Equine Studies at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, UK. “Pain is the last thing people think of […]

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Famous riders support National Equine Health Survey

Emily King riding Blue Cross Mario Whether you are an everyday rider or famous equestrian competitor the National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) matters. It’s a sure way to help you secure a healthy future for your best friend and that’s why medal winning riders such as Mary and Emily King and Yazmin Pinchen have signed […]

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EVJ explores the science and ethics of embryology

Embryology is a hotly contested subject across numerous species as it raises some difficult moral questions. The Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) aims to shed light on its role in equine reproduction with a special focus section in the May issue. Four research papers examine some of the latest methods, protocols and success factors involving embryo […]

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Pedal with the President in Yorkshire for Charity

The President of the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) Jon Pycock will be donning his cycling lycra for charity on Sunday 3 June 2018. He will be hosting the first ever BEVA President’s Challenge Cycle Sportive and is inviting cyclists of all abilities to join him to help raise important funds for the BEVA Trust […]

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International Reach for National Equine Forum

Photo credit Craig Payne Photography www.craigpayne.co.uk Thanks to new live streaming and the power of social media the National Equine Forum has become a global phenomenon. The annual event, held in London on 8 March 2018, saw politicians, vets and equestrian business leaders share knowledge and encourage debate not just with the packed auditorium but […]

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