National Equine Forum – First special interest webinar

From the Organising Committee, National Equine Forum:

Our first special interest webinar, Just in Time – Using Science to Save our Breeds, on Wednesday 13th January 2021 hosted by Eventbrite.

Webinar access for those who DID NOT register for the live event 

Those who did not register to watch the webinar live, but would like to watch it on demand, can register here, tickets cost £5. This link is also available on our website.

Deadline for watching the replay

The replay of the webinar will be live until 23:59 on Monday 1st February 2021.

Future events

The Great Weight Debate (Equine), taking place at 7pm on Wednesday 27th January 2021, is our second special interest webinar. Tickets can be purchased here.

The 29th National Equine Forum takes place at 10am on Thursday 4th March 2021 (#NEF21), ticket details will be circulated via our e-newsletter. Please click here to subscribe if you’d like to be kept up to date.

Thank you!

Thank you for your support of the National Equine Forum.

Questions about the event?

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2021 South of England Show

2021 South of England Show

Elizabeth Crockford, Livestock and Events Executive, South of England Agricultural Society, writes:

After careful consideration and debate, it is with a heavy heart that the decision has been  taken by the SEAS Chairman and Board of Trustees to cancel all Equestrian showing classes at the 2021 South of England Show.  Having deliberated over the Covid restrictions required  on running equestrian showing classes (as stated in the Showing Council Blueprint) along with the financial impact of holding  classes with a shortfall in the usual sponsorship and the infrastructure costs, it was felt that for this year the South of England Show would only  run showjumping classes for the three days and a reduced livestock section.

This decision has not been taken lightly and it is the intention of the SEAS Chairman and  Trustees for the 2022 South of England Show to revert back to its usual format.