THE aim of a new central British Equestrian (BEF) supporter membership scheme is to serve the industry better, while “promoting the range of equestrian activities available and opportunities to get involved”.
Thousands of people have signed up since the initiative was launched in August, created as although there are thousands of members of different bodies, there was no central membership that covered all areas of the industry.
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Horse Deaths After Horsebox Breakdown Raises Questions
A recent tragic event amplifies concerns among horsebox owners about what to do when a breakdown occurs
‘I often learn from the riders'
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Riders speak out over frangible penalties
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Medal-hunting on familiar turf
Carl Hester discusses the Europeans and our inspiring Paralympic team
Longer turnout may mean a reduced risk of equine injury
A study found that horses who spent more time out were less likely to sustain soft-tissue damage
Creating a greener equestrian industry
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The Mistaken View of Churchill's First World War “Mistakes”
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Dullness all over this limp satire
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Feeling the fear... fewer people are eating out, travelling and seeing loved ones
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Every night before I went on stage I was having really bad anxiety, panic attacks .. it was bad
Lewis has spoken to CBT therapist during lockdown
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