If you compete with British Eventing did you know that your horse can be drug tested at every level? So no matter if you are doing your very first BE80(T) or are an experienced and regular competitor, making sure you are aware of feed contamination is essential. We take a look at how we can reduce the risks.
Dr Rosie Naylor (BVet MVetMed DipACVIM MRCVS), RCVS, specialist in equine internal medicine and Equine Technical Product Manager at Virbac UK, discusses healthy worming techniques.
When exploring your horse’s nutrition the growing range of feed balancers could leave you feeling a bit unsteady, so we spoke to independent nutritionist Dr Teresa Hollands to bring some harmony to feed time.
Being well prepared is paramount when it comes to travelling abroad with horses. British Eventing looks at what you need to know when preparing for your first event overseas.
Riders and their support teams will spend many hours on the road, from travelling to and from events to the essential training, fitness and schooling sessions. Here are some tips to keep horses and humans safe when travelling.