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Equine news headlines

Airway disease in racehorses more common than thought Airway disease in racehorses more common than thought
Improved understanding could lead to better horse health Read More

Horse crisis reaches four-year high

Horse crisis reaches four-year high

RSPCA officers warn charity is ‘stretched to the...

Horse crisis reaches four-year high

AHT begins equine herpes virus vaccine research
Charity to design a modified live virus vaccine Read More

New protocol for outbreaks of CEM

New protocol for outbreaks of CEM
Highly contagious disease remains ‘a very real threat’ Read More


BHA confirms scope of Cheltenham racecourse review

BHA confirms scope of Cheltenham racecourse review
Racing body to conduct review after racehorse deaths Read More

Riding styles can affect movement and lameness

Riding styles can affect movement and lameness
Researchers assess how different riding styles influence movement symmetryRead More


Racing body reviews horse deaths at Cheltenham Festival

Racing body reviews horse deaths at Cheltenham Festival

Six horses died during this year’s event


Equine forum sparks discussion across the globe

Equine forum sparks discussion across the globe

Event live-streamed to hundreds via social media

 Renowned farrier wins Sir Colin Spedding Award

Renowned farrier wins Sir Colin Spedding Award
Dr Simon Curtis recognised for his contributions to the profession Read More

Horse Trust joins Animal Behaviour and Training Council

Horse Trust joins Animal Behaviour and Training Council
Charity to advise on safe and effective methods of equine training Read More