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GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)-- “Isn’t there a new study on the effect of uneven feet on racehorse performance?” “What’s the latest research on equine canker?” “Didn’t I hear that someone published a new hoof biopsy technique? I went online, but I couldn’t find it…” Read full notice >>
Notice added 30 June 2017.RVC-led study will help vets investigate lameness
A new study on equine lameness led by a Royal Veterinary College (RVC) expert on bio-engineering is to be published in the Equine Veterinary Journal. Read full notice >>
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Notice added 22 May 2017.Dean Bland, a farrier from Well Equine in Silkstone Common in Barnsley, Yorkshire, has won the Volunteer of the Year Welfare Award at the prestigious Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2017. Read full notice >>
Notice added 6 April 2017.Newmarket farrier Simon Curtis has been awarded a doctorate for his project studying the development of the foal's hoof. Read full notice >>
Notice added 28 February 2017.The Draft Farriers Registration Bill is provisionally listed to be debated next Friday, 27th January 2017. Read full notice >>
Notice added 20 January 2017.Information prepared by Gill Harris for and on behalf of the BFBA and Forge Magazine. Read full notice >>
Notice added 10 January 2017.This study is being carried out to identify the farriers role in supporting horse owners to prevent and manage laminitis Read full notice >>
Notice added 8 August 2016.The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) is launching a new Graduate Diploma in Equine Locomotor Research (Grad Dip ELR), which offers farriers the opportunity to gain skills and experience in producing original research to increase the evidence base behind farriery, and enhance equine welfare. Read full notice >>
Notice added 5 August 2016.PRESS RELEASE by THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF FARRIERS and THE FARRIERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL Read full notice >>
Notice added 11 July 2016.