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Dean Bland, the founder and owner of Well Equine, was recognised for his contribution to equine welfare at The British Horse Society’s (BHS) annual awards ceremony, held at Saddlers’ Hall in London. Read full notice >>
Notice added 7 December 2017.Open letter to the FRC Registrar regarding the disclosure policy from Cliff Barnes AWCF. Read full notice >>
Notice added 11 October 2017.The league table so far, up to and including Edenbridge & Oxted.. Read full notice >>
Notice added 11 September 2017.An international team of researchers, including from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London, have strongly advised on the need to discriminate clearly between “asymmetry” and “lameness” when assessing a horse’s gait. Read full notice >>
Notice added 5 September 2017.A particularly special WCF Best Shod Horse award. Read full notice >>
Notice added 3 August 2017.A study exploring the role of farriers in supporting horse owners to prevent and manage laminitis Read full notice >>
Notice added 2 August 2017.Seeking farriers to help with demonstrations. Read full notice >>
Notice added 25 July 2017.Tom Ryan FWCF is the winner of Stromsholm Farriery Education Award for the best case study, in association with Forge magazine. Read full notice >>
Notice added 21 July 2017.New HoofSearch documents give busy equine professionals a one-stop lifeline to newly-published global research
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 >>
Notice added 2 June 2017.