No ticket for NEF? All is not lost……

What: National Equine Forum (NEF)
When: Thursday 7th March 2019 from 10am – 4.30pm
Where: Live streaming, wherever you are!

Tickets have now sold out for the National Equine Forum but you don’t have to miss out if you don’t have one as you can watch the FREE live streaming via our website, or via Equestrian Pro TV and the International channel Clip My Horse.

Limited afternoon-only tickets are available for those involved in equine education, to enable delegates to benefit from practical take home content on horse and rider fitness, equine stereotypical behaviours, the initial findings from the National Equestrian Survey and the memorial lecture on farriery. These tickets are available to final-year undergraduates, postgraduate students and lecturers. Students can be studying equine, or equine-related, subjects. These tickets can be applied for by contacting us.

The programme is bursting with engaging, informative and practical presentations. Just confirmed is the NEF panel discussion: Charities play an important role in the equine sector – from welfare organisations to those supporting other aspects of the industry such as therapy and education. Panellists Jeanette Allen (The Horse Trust and British Horse Council); Ed Bracher (Riding for the Disabled Association); Emile Faurie (The Emile Faurie Foundation) and Professor Tim Greet (SPANA) will discuss the question How do charities fit into the modern world?

The Forum programme will also include:

  • Brexit and what it means for the horse industry in practical terms
  • Equine health, including the latest information on equine flu
  • How to make the most of the Central Equine Database
  • The latest thoroughbred welfare racing initiatives
  • Preliminary results of the National Equestrian Survey
  • Horse and rider fitness
  • Equine stereotypical behaviours
  • The Sir Colin Spedding Memorial lecture: Dr Simon Curtis FWCF
  • Presentation of the Sir Colin Spedding Award to a worthy unsung hero of the horse world

For further information please contact us.

Programme cover picture courtesy of Craig Payne Photography