Giving just five minutes of your time to participate in the National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) will help make a lifetime of difference to horses.

The RSPCA has revealed concern about the increasing number of horses who have been neglected and ‘dumped to die’ in Kent this winter.

RSPCA officers were called to investigate claims a horse had been tied to the back of a trailer by it’s legs - only to find she was made of plastic!

SPILLERS® has appointed Amy Rogers as Regional Sales Manager for the South West.

The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) is now offering testing for Atypical Myopathy with the aim of developing improved treatments and management of the disorder.

Only a handful of tickets remain available for this year’s National Equine Forum given an unprecedented rush of early bookings.

Strangles cases have been confirmed at two equine rehabilitation centres in Devon.

The recent spate of tragic incidences of young, neglected horses being dumped dead or near to death this winter has prompted Zoetis to warn of the risks of larval cyathostominosis.

The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) are advising horse owners to keep their insurance details close to hand in case their animal requires emergency veterinary treatment.