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There are THREE separate points leagues, all open to members of the Association Read full notice >>
Notice added 15 June 2016.Throughout 2016 the current CPD regime is under consideration and farriers are asked for their opinions. Read full notice >>
Notice added 8 June 2016.Study conducted by Jenny Lynden at the University of Surrey Vet School. Read full notice >>
Notice added 27 May 2016.With effect from 2nd April 2016. Read full notice >>
Notice added 31 March 2016.The Worshipful Company of Farriers is delighted to confirm its involvement with the world-famous Crabbie’s Grand National Festival (April 7-9) at Aintree Racecourse in 2016. Read full notice >>
Notice added 24 March 2016.Are you a practicing Farrier – interested in developing your practical work into scientific knowledge and applying some evidence based learning to gain a better understanding of your daily work? Read full notice >>
Notice added 16 February 2016.
We are looking for a farrier to be on our development team for Equitotal. Read full notice >>
Notice added 5 October 2015.
The annual installation of a new Master for the Worshipful Company of Farriers took place in London on 23rd September 2015. Succeeding working farrier Wayne Upton from West Sussex is lawyer and chartered surveyor, Guy Hurst from Chawton, Hampshire. Read full notice >>
Notice added 2 October 2015.
Obituary from the Worshipful Company of Farriers. Read full notice >>
Notice added 11 September 2015.
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) is working with other major veterinary bodies in the UK to address the injury risks posed to equine vets. The move follows the shocking results of the 2013 survey on work-related injuries in equine practitioners in the UK. This revealed that being a horse vet may carry the highest risk of injury of any civilian occupation in the country, beyond even that of a fire fighter. Read full notice >>
Notice added 10 September 2015.