Global reach for National Equine Forum

The 28th National Equine Forum, held in London earlier this month, sparked animated interaction from around the globe. As well as attracting delegates from many of the UK’s leading equestrian organisations on the day, the event was livestreamed in 23 countries and generated unprecedented social media engagement. Leading names in the veterinary, charitable and equestrian…

Two winners for prestigious NEF Award

Nigel Oakley, tireless protector and promoter of the Suffolk Punch horse and Eleanor Jones, the indefatigable Horse & Hound journalist with a passion for equine welfare, were announced as the joint winners of the Sir Colin Spedding Award at yesterday’s National Equine Forum (NEF) on 5th March 2020. Nigel Oakley is dedicated to the cause…

Changing our habits will improve equine welfare say experts at National Equine Forum

Veterinary, equestrian and behavioural change experts at the National Equine Forum 5 March 2020 agreed that changing human behaviour is key to improving equine welfare. In a session entitled Improving equine health and welfare by changing our behaviour they discussed the importance of human behaviour change (HBC) in relation to disease prevention and control. Zac…

Don’t miss the discussion at #NEF20

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…

Watch the livestream and have your say at NEF 2020

Tickets have now sold out for the National Equine Forum, 5 March 2020 but you can still enjoy the event. In addition to it being live streamed, remote audiences and attending delegates can have their say via an intuitive online app. #NEF20 will be live streamed free of charge on our website and the International…

Facts on horse and rider fitness fascinate at National Equine Forum

The latest knowledge and know how on horse and rider fitness and equine stereotypical behaviours was enthusiastically received by a packed audience at the National Equine Forum afternoon session on 7th March 2019. More than 1200 people around the world also watched the event via live stream. The highly educational content attracted 14 students and…

Sell out success for National Equine Forum

A packed auditorium of over 200 delegates, together with an international live stream audience of more than 1200 from around the world, enjoyed a day of knowledge sharing and animated debate at this year’s National Equine Forum, held in London last week. Lord Gardiner, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Rural Affairs and Biosecurity at Defra…

Experts to enlighten on fitness and behaviour National Equine Forum

The latest knowledge and know how on horse and rider fitness and equine stereotypical behaviours will be shared by scientific, veterinary and educational experts at the forthcoming National Equine Forum, to be held in London on 7th March 2019. Fitness has a direct bearing on performance, whatever the equestrian discipline. The three-part practical and educational…