The use of calmers

With such a huge range of calmers now available, British Eventing’s Young Rider team vet, Mark Lucey MRCVS, shares his thoughts when using them.

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Don't break your vet

Equine vets have one of the highest injury risks of all civilian professions; to help address this serious issue, the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched a campaign to help horse owners make life safer for their horses, themselves and their vets.

over 6 years ago

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Home trends: creating zones

Eventing keeps us busy, whether it's combining competing with a full-time job, running a yard or horses, spectating or volunteering, more of us crave the time and space – however small – to kick back and relax at the end of the day.

over 6 years ago

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Getting the best out of every phase

Have your ever stopped to think about what the dressage judge is really looking for or why the course designers are asking the questions they are on the jumping courses? Well we took a look at each phase to see where you might be losing marks in the dressage test and some common mistakes to identify in your jumping to help you perform this season.

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Environmental eventing

It's likely that not many of us have ever stopped to really think about exactly what goes into the organisation of an event - and even less think about whether the land we're galloping over or spectating on is a designated conservation area. We take a look at some of the extra (and unusual) challenges organisers face.

over 6 years ago

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