Great to see the rain didn't stop Supported Rider Team Murphy Ponies from competing at South of England, as always... lovely photos!Lovely, if a little damp couple of days at South of England show. Minnie showing some lovely work on the Friday despite the rain. Unfortunately, just not the judges cup of tea in the end. Captain was up today and produced a super neat clear and his best show to date for 4th in the hoys class! We’ve come back home feeling really pleased with the progress they are making. Thank you for all the support 💕#southofenglandshow #traditionalgypsycob #abbotswood #bspa #colouredpony #canter #captainfoley #whp #jump #nationalponysociety #fedontopspec #vetroflex #feelthedifference #supportedbygvgbrooks #jamesnewtontherapy
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Supported Rider Team Loco Poco SJ out in their flippers and snorkel! Great result well done!Won’t be labelled a fair weather rider!☔️ Braved Pyecombe Horse Shows this morning with Gaul, well worth it, he jumped super to come home with a 1st and 2nd!🥇🥈Last show before Hickstead Derby next week!🍀 Vicky Sadler’s best girl Belle then did some lovely work on the lunge😍 Followed by Emma Jansen’s boy Troy was foot perfect this evening despite the rain! 💕
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Laboratories have confirmed more than 100 outbreaks of equine flu in 2019 so far - there were just 3 outbreaks reported in the whole of 2018!
Horse owners, please be vigilant. As the competition season is getting into its busiest period the number of outbreaks is likely to continue to rise with the movement of horses across the country. Flu is still as much of a threat as it was earlier this year. Be aware of the clinical signs of equine flu and boost your horse’s vaccination if it was given more than six months ago. Importantly isolate new arrivals on your yard and continue to practice good biosecurity at competitions and at home.