Tag Archives: Safety

Horses and Fireworks – Prepare for Bonfire Night

From toffee apples and bonfires to fireworks and sparklers, all over the UK people are getting ready for the 5th November, which is of course, Bonfire Night. A cause for celebration for some, families everywhere are getting ready to watch the skies light up for the night. Sadly though, for many of us, the occasion … Continue reading Horses and Fireworks – Prepare for Bonfire Night

Vaccinations – Our Guide To Preventing Tetanus & Flu In Horses

Photo credit: The Royal Veterinary College Our horses immune systems aren’t dissimilar to our own. This means that just like you and I, they require vaccinations. Our horse’s environments contain disease causing bacteria, viruses, funguses and parasites. Collectively, these are known as pathogens. The first line of defence against pathogens is to stop them entering … Continue reading Vaccinations – Our Guide To Preventing Tetanus & Flu In Horses

BETA Summer Of Safety Event – Our Guide

From washing our hands and covering our face to social distancing and routine cleaning, this year more than ever before we’ve all been bombarded with constant reminders to ‘stay safe’. While for many of us our concerns have become centralised around the global coronavirus pandemic, there’s a few things which as equestrians we should never … Continue reading BETA Summer Of Safety Event – Our Guide