26 Apr 2022
Three months on from our first visit to Dancer and Nina, we headed back to see how they had been getting on and discover what steps Dancer has made towards reaching a healthy weight.
Back in January when we first assessed Dancer, she weighed 568KG...
22 Mar 2022
Just over a week after launching, the team behind British Equestrians for Ukraine can report a successful start thanks to an overwhelming response from the equine community to help those displaced by the Russian invasion.
21 Mar 2022
Now we have all the weight records we need for Dancer, it’s time to get thinking about the different ways Nina can approach this weight loss journey!
9 Mar 2022
We are raising funds on behalf of British Equestrian and the UK’s equine sector to provide emergency support for the equines, and their owners and carers, affected by the devastation of the conflict in Ukraine. We will be ...
Leading organisations and individuals across Britain’s equestrian community have united to form ‘British Equestrians for Ukraine’ which aims to help horses and their owners caught up in the crisis created by the Russia...
3 Mar 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS) has launched the 2022 Career Transition Fund at this year’s National Equine Forum today (3 March) as part of the ‘Workforce sustainability in the equine sector’ session lead by BHS CEO, James Hick.
23 Feb 2022
When we last left Dancer, she had been weighed on our weigh bridge and with a weigh tape - both of which gave us records that we can now use as a comparison to track Dancer’s progress in future weigh in’s. But now, it’s time to get ...
17 Feb 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS) welcomes the UK government announcement (16th February) that the 2026 deadline to register historical paths in England is set to be abolished.
11 Feb 2022
Dancer's Weight loss journey part 2
2 Feb 2022
Obesity and being overweight can have some of the biggest impacts on our horse’s health. Feeling like you're the only person who has to face the constant struggle of keeping on top of your horse’s weight can be disheartening. But if that's you, you'r...
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