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Helping the Next Generation of Racehorses at the ARVS Casualty Management Seminar

On Monday 18th October 2021 BTRC attended the Association of Racecourse Veterinary Surgeons (ARVS)Casualty Management Seminar with 5 retired racehorses to assist over 100 racecourse vets with their training.
The annual seminar is organised by the Association of Racecourse Veterinary Surgeons and aims to deliver training updates and new practices to all racecourse vets in the Uk to ensure the welfare of Thoroughbreds on and off track. The 2021 seminar took place at Aintree International Equestrian Centre over two days with over 100 vets in attendance.

The ARVS has been instrumental in improving the standard of veterinary care and welfare of horses on UK racecourses through the provision of quality CPD at the annual Casualty Management Seminar.

It was wonderful to see our retired horses being such an excellent rescource to aid this invaluable and vital training for the benefit of future racehorses.

25 October 2021

 

 

Supporting Charities

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