17 Jan 2018
In the February edition of British Horse we caught up with Catherine Roche, Chief Executive of children’s mental health charity, Place2Be.
8 Oct 2017
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27 Oct 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) castrated its 200th colt on Wednesday (19 October) to help tackle the UK’s horse overpopulation crisis.
Veterinary professionals and students volunteered their time to help the charity through the British Equine ...
26 Aug 2015
With autumn fast approaching warnings are being issue to horse owners to be aware of the measures that can be taken to decrease the chances of horses consuming sycamore seeds and developing Atypical Myopathy.
1 July 2015
As temperatures soar and we all try desperately to top up our tans, it is important not to forget that it isn’t just us people who suffer in the heat.
Many horses will find the current heatwave uncomfortable, but the good news is there is ple...
22 Apr 2015
The equine industry in Scotland is growing, and according to Horse Scotland it contributes £228 million to the Scottish economy per year (excluding racing); however there is a need for greater regulation and coordination in order to reduc...
5 Mar 2015
After a worrying increase in the number of suspected and confirmed cases of Atypical Myopathy in the UK in the autumn of 2014, the BHS urges vigilance for the devastating disease this spring
2 June 2014
Everyone from private horse owners through to managers of large commercial establishments were provided with key advice on protecting their animals from disease at our 2014 Welfare Conference in partnership with SAC Consulting Veterinary Services.
28 Jan 2014
A Welsh Bill providing local authorities with the tools to combat fly grazing, abandonment and the straying of horses comes into force today. But while charities welcome the decisive action of Wales, they fear this could mean real trouble for England
18 Dec 2013
Guidance for vets published by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has highlighted the problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in horses.
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