We look forward to seeing you tonight at the ‘Equine Emergency First Aid’ evening at Cowdray Hall, Midhurst.
The address for the Cowdray Hall is:
Please note the parking available on the map. Most of the parking is situated across the main road (A272) from the hall, by the church/ farm shop. There are also some spaces near and below the hall. Please do not park in the farm shop/ coffee shop car park (red cross on map) as this will close in the evening.
See you from 6.30pm
There has been another case of Equine Flu reported in West Sussex. We recommend that you check all of your horses passports to make sure they have been vaccinated within the last 12 months against flu.
If you are competing you may wish to consider 6 monthly intervals for increased immunity.
Please contact us if you have any queries on 01428 723594
Andy Durham is currently away in India spending 2 weeks training 17 vets (12 vets from Pune Racecourse, 2 vets from Hyderabad, 2 vets from Bangalore, and 1 vet from Pune Stud Farm).
Andy is based at the Royal Western Indian Turf Club in Pune, which is 4 hours east of Mumbai.
As well as training the vets, Andy is also doing a presentation for the Indian Associates of Equine Practitioners at Prune Racecourse.
Congratulations to Adam Jackson (one of our road vets), on achieving his Masters of Science from Edinburgh University. Adam studied international animal health, specifically looking at equine infectious diseases and their spread.
Come and see us at the BEVA Congress 10th – 13th September, at the ICC Birmingham, stand D24