What: National Equine Forum
When: Thursday 5th March 2020 from 10am – 4.30pm
Where: Watch live and to submit questions via Slido, wherever you are!
The National Equine Forum, 5 March 2020 will be live streamed free of charge again this year, giving everyone the opportunity to watch and participate.
The programme is available to view here and from Monday 2nd March 2020 you can submit questions quickly and easily, in advance, as well as up-voting existing, moderated questions, by using the audience participation tool Slido.
This year’s NEF programme covers important, educational and practical presentations from governmental, veterinary and charity and equestrian leaders. Sessions include:
- The Defra View
- Managing Infectious disease risks: recent experiences and thoughts
- Equestrian access
- Disappearing donkeys: The impact of the donkey skin trade
- Our future with horses: A sure thing? How social licence can help us
- British racing’s Horse Welfare Board: A living example
- Improving equine health and welfare by changing our behaviour
- All set for Tokyo 2020
- Tokyo: Prepped and ready to fly
- Memorial lecture: Multi-agency collaboration in equine welfare cases
- Announcement of the winner of the 2020 Sir Colin Spedding Award
Register for the livestreaming here which will add the event to your calendar, provide you with a reminder and give you the opportunity to provide feedback.
Cover picture courtesy of Craig Payne Photography