The better vets can examine their equine patients the better they are able diagnose and treat them. The good news is that major progress in imaging of the head and spine is helping to achieve exactly this.

New research on equine grass sickness (EGS) that has been recently published, has improved our understanding of this devastating disease.

The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has elected Renate Weller, Professor of Comparative Imaging and Biomechanics at the Royal Veterinary College, London, as Junior Vice President of the Association.

Reduce inflammation with confidence and convenience with Inflacam Granules, the new meloxicam presentation for horses. This potent anti-inflammatory product alleviates inflammation and relieves pain in both acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders.

BEVA Trust’s new focus on voluntary projects has inspired more than 45 BEVA members to get stuck in to some challenging healthcare and education initiatives both at home and abroad this year.

Proficiency in equine dentistry is becoming a standard requirement in practice and there has been significant progression in knowledge and techniques in recent years.

A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).

Tickets to see the legendary Spanish Riding School perform are on offer in a new competition from Dechra Veterinary Products.