Lunge Training sessions have been arranged for the following dates at Manor Farm, Cliff Rd, Acton Bridge, Northwich, CW8 3QP
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must attend two training sessions before the Test and the test can only be attempted if you have your B Care. However, C+ members can attend training and are welcome.
£15 per session. You will lunge your own horse.
- Friday January 31st – 6 til 8pm
- Friday February 7th – 6 til 8pm
- Monday 10th February – 6 til 8pm
- TEST Monday 17th February
Venue Bryn Derw near Caernarfon.
- February 6th 2020 Contact Meg Gree regarding this date
EHV-1 outbreak update 13/01/20
On Thursday 9 January, the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) issued an update following the confirmed diagnosis of EHV-1 (Equine Herpes Virus) at an equestrian centre in Hampshire, which has now been named as Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre in Fareham.
In consultation with the Animal Health Trust, the BEF is today strongly recommending that any horse or pony who visited Crofton Manor EC between 20 December and 7 January is tested by a veterinary surgeon for EHV. This is in addition to the originally recommended isolation period of 14 days and daily clinical monitoring. Owners of any horses or ponies who have been to Crofton EC in the specified should liaise directly with their veterinary surgeon on the testing process and advice.
EHV-1 is a contagious disease that can be spread through direct and indirect contact, with the virus surviving in the environment for several weeks. Clinical signs include a high temperature, coughing, nasal discharge, lethargy and loss of appetite. Severely affected animals can display neurological symptoms, and pregnant mares can also suddenly and unexpectantly miscarry their unborn foal.
The BEF recommends that all horse owners remain vigilant for signs of the virus, maintain excellent biosecurity and consult with their vets if they are concerned.
and the results from the 27/10/19 …
Danni Thomas from CHN Branch had a nasty fall yesterday and was taken to Alderhay by Air Ambulance. I know that everyone was very worried but the latest news is that she is on a ventilator, is stable but sedated. She has severely bruised her lungs but her ribs are intact. She has no other obvious injuries.
I am told that the situation was handled brilliantly by the organisers.
We wish her a speedy recovery.
Meg Green … Area 5 Representative
Events that are held at some venues may be subject to additional rules. eg any horse/pony entering a licensed racecourse property must comply with the vaccination requirements as set by the british horseracing authority.
Similar restrictions apply in the cases of polo venues.
In addition, if you are intending to compete under FEI, British Eventing, British Show Jumping or British Dressage rules you will need to ensure you are compliant with their rules.
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