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Don’t miss the equestrian discussion of the year

Don’t miss the equestrian discussion of the year

What: National Equine Forum

When: Thursday 8th March 2018 from 10am – 4.30pm

Where: Live streaming, wherever you are!

 

If you haven’t been able to secure a ticket for the National Equine Forum you can still be a part of it by registering for the FREE live streaming here http://bit.ly/NEF18LSReg

 

You will be able to interact via social media on the day and will have the chance to pose questions during the discussion and Q&A sessions after each presentation.

 

This year’s NEF programme includes the latest on rider weight research, the equestrian sector: speaking with one voice, the Central Equine Database, potential solutions to challenges facing small equestrian businesses, equine welfare in British racing and what’s new in equestrian safety.

 

Just confirmed, the afternoon’s first topical spot will cover rural crime and the second will look at heavy horses: use us or lose us. Jim Green will be giving the Memorial Lecture on equine emergency rescue and the winner of the Sir Colin Spedding Award will be announced.

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