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  • We are pleased to be continuing our support of The Brooke with their valuable work improving conditions for animals at Equine Fairs in IndiaGoal of the projectEquine Fair intervention aims to alleviate the pain and suffering of equid at 65 fairs in India where large congregations of equine animal occur for trading which is ranging from 500 to 20000 at one location for the...
  • Victor and I started off the year by going to a lesson with Richard Barrett, where we improved so much on Victor’s suppleness and elasticity. Victor and I are really feeling ready in the dressage phase for the events to come.On the 10th we went to Bury Farm Jumping and Style. In the BE100 class we managed to get a clear round, inside the time, to amazingly win that class out...
  • The New Year has brought with it rain, mud and a sprinkling of snow so getting out and about with the horses hasn’t been easy.  One of the shows we were going to was cancelled due to the snow so instead we spent the afternoon filling up the calendar with all of the events we want to go to and 2016 looks fully booked already!Competition wise I took Shelley to compete in...
  • Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first #KBISVetsHour on Facebook and Twitter. Here are all of the questions that we were asked along with answers from our in house vet Annie Bevins.We will be holding #KBISVetsHour again so keep an eye on our social media pages for more details. Question: My horse has mud fever, should I wash his legs off after coming in from...
  • Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)In the short while that I have been working at KBIS as their Veterinary Advisor it has struck me how many claims we are seeing for gastric ulcers. It has also made me wonder what is going to happen to all these horses once their claim for vet’s fees has finished.It has long been recognized that horses, kept in stables and in hard work can...