“It is early days, however, I am confident that we can find new ways of collaborating that will ultimately benefit all who enjoy equestrian sports.”
Retired eventer prepares to saddle up for the Event Riders Challenge Race in Ireland.
Mark Todd to don jockey silks for Irish challenge race — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, research, and information
‘He’s so proud of his hounds – it’s just him and his four-legged friends’
‘If the pony was to lose its balance when the vehicle went round a corner or stopped suddenly, he could have injured himself significantly’
A cob who works pulling tourist carriages has been named as the first of 100 ambassadors for the charity War Horse Memorial. The list of horses, compiled from public nominations, includes famous First World War heroes such as Warrior and Songster, but also modern-day equines who are “heroes” to those around them. Annie, a 10-year-old […]
Horse & Hound reports from the first Equestrian Employers Association conference where topics included how to balance the business books while complying with current legislation…
Equestrian businesses have called for the equestrian world to unite if the industry is to have a viable future. The message came during debate at the inaugural Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) conference, held at Stallion AI Services in Shropshire on 25 February. The incoming rise in the minimum wage for all ages from 1 April, […]
“It has been our clinical impression that, whenever a person is present, horses tend to ‘perk up’ and ongoing discomfort behavior more or less ceases.”
Charity concerned that a lack of local authority resources is making it difficult to properly enforce animal welfare legislation.
Blue Cross pushes govt for improved welfare legislation enforcement — Horsetalk.co.nz – equine news, rese…
The charity said the gelding is a ‘cheeky chap’ who is ‘full of fun’
The FEI says it is “following the coronavirus situation closely” and in regular contact with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Tokyo Olympics organisers. There have been more than 200 cases of the virus confirmed in Japan, excluding passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, and the country’s prime minister has asked all schools […]