There are many ways for you to take part in NEF!
The 29th National Equine Forum took place on Thursday 4th March 2021; it was preceded by in January 2021 by two special interest webinars Just in Time - Using Science to Save our Breeds and The Great Weight Debate (Equine). The 30th National Equine Forum will take place on Thursday 3rd March 2022.
What is NEF like?
View our gallery of photos on our Facebook page here.
How can I get involved?
#NEF22 tickets: Ticket details for the 30th National Equine Forum on Thursday 3rd March 2022 will be released in late 2021.
Live streaming: Streaming from #NEF18, #NEF19 and #NEF20 can be found on our You Tube Channel.
Suggest a topic: If you would like to suggest a topic and/or speaker for a future Forum please contact us. Delegates are invited to suggest speakers for the next Forum. Please note, speakers are appointed by invitation only, after consideration of the whole programme by the Organising Committee. Discussions take place in May, for the Forum in the following year, so please be aware of this when making requests.
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Details of #NEF21 packages, along with ticket prices, can be seen below. The support packages were reduced for #NEF21 in light of the change of delivery, and to reflect the challenging times encountered with the global pandemic (packages for #NEF22 will be released when available):
Sir Colin Spedding Award: You could nominate a candidate for the Sir Colin Spedding Award, which recognises the contribution of an “unsung hero” in the horse world. It is presented in memory of our longstanding Chairman, Sir Colin Spedding, who passed away in 2012. The award is in the form of a cold cast bronze stag beetle, a particular passion of Sir Colin’s, so much so that the beetle is affectionately known as Colin.
History and Past Events
You can find out about topics we have covered at past events below. Information going back to 2012 can be found our Past Forums page.
Read about the long history and the characters involved on our History page. We wouldn’t want to forget their contribution and the wonderful legacy they have left for us.
A summary of all speakers and topics from the Forum’s fore-runner meeting in 1990 to the most recent event in 2020, the 29th National Equine Forum on Thursday 4th March 2021 (#NEF21), it also includes the two Special Interest Webinars which preceded #NEF21.