The Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) has published the 42nd edition of the codes of practice on equine disease……………………………
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud ASMadmin contributed a whooping 21 entries.
Entries by ASMadmin
Owners have been urged to be aware and a competition centre and livery yard praised for its actions following an equine herpes virus (EHV-1) outbreak…….
Stablemate by AGMA sponsored two races in the Boxing Day Meeting at Sedgefield.
Here are the two winners of our races and a photograph of the runners approaching the AGMA fence……………..
Seated here front right holding his 2019 ARO Champion Jockey’s trophy is our AGMA sponsored jockey 24yr old Alex Chadwick……..
At just 1 month old Jill has entered the winning circle
The equine flu outbreak shows no sign of abating – and the number of cases is likely to rise as the competition season continues, experts have warned………
Two cases of equine viral arteritis (EVA) have been confirmed in stallions in Dorset. Defra has announced that restrictions on breeding have been put in place on the two non-thoroughbreds, who are on the same yard, to limit the risk of the disease spreading. Further investigations are ongoing.
A promising vaccine said to work “really well” against strangles is expected in 2020. Protein-based Strangvac is due to be released in the UK next year following successful trials.
HORSE owners in North Yorkshire have been urged to be on red alert after an outbreak of equine influenza. There have been four reported cases of horse flu in the UK since January 2, among unvaccinated horses, and Minster Veterinary Equine Clinic in York has urged owners to ensure their horses or ponies are vaccinated.
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