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Horse & Hound 26-Sep-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Every week Horse & Hound brings horse lovers up-to-date with the latest news and event reports and provides expert equestrian advice on subjects including training and horse care, the latest equine products and feed. The weekly features inform and entertain inspiring readers to go out and ride to improve their horsemanship in every discipline from eventing to show jumping, dressage to showing, polo and hunting. It is also the must read for anyone wanting to buy or sell a horse.

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knowing the costs

BECAUSE I’m prone to catastrophising, I’ve wondered from time to time whether I would put my horse through colic surgery. The imaginary punchline has changed as the horses have got older. Recent research looking at the approximate costs of treating a horse with colic either medically or surgically, with different outcomes, is genuinely useful (news, p8). What would be equally useful for owners to understand is the impact of recovery following surgery — and whether this differs depending on the age of the horse. If a horse is otherwise fit and well and has many years of enjoyment ahead of it, the cost of surgery can be weighed against those years that remain. Similarly, whether a horse is in his teens or 20s, the benefit differs in terms of what life…

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mental health help in memory of rider

THE first mental health first-aid training sessions funded in memory of a teenager who took his own life have taken place. Tim Jones, 17, was a talented young event and work rider. He qualified for Badminton’s grassroots championships this year and was part of trainer Mickey Hammond’s team. Tim’s family has raised £15,000, which is being put towards training those working in the equestrian and racing industries in mental health first aid, in memory of their son. His father Simon told H&H they want to help people know what to do and say if they notice something wrong with a friend. “There’s a lot of mental health awareness; we’re trying to take that in a slightly different way,” he said. “When it all happened it was a complete shock to us. There was nothing…

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horses in the news

ARKO III Nick Skelton’s Olympic showjumper has retired from stud to live with owners Pat and Lisa Hales. He won more than £1m in his competition career and his progeny include the great Argento, ridden by John Whitaker. XAM Harry Dzenis’ long-term top campaigner has retired, completing his final event with a clear cross-country round at Blenheim CCI4*-L. The 18-year-old competed at 11 four-stars (now CCI5*-L) during his career. KALA FLASH JACK Abigail Staff’s successful Welsh section D has died aged 16. The dun gelding notched up championships and qualified for Horse of the Year Show, Olympia and the Royal International on multiple occasions.…

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work-life balance is key to success in the sport

WORK-LIFE balance and looking after employees is key to retaining staff, as well as boosting results, leading figures agree. National Association of Racing Staff (NAORS) CEO George McGrath said tradition is no excuse for a lack of time off, at the organisation’s AGM. “If you want tradition, go and watch black and white television. Why does the industry still insist on having 1.5 days off a fortnight? It has to learn to change and tradition for tradition’s sake is not a good argument,” he told H&H. “Work-life balance isn’t good enough [in many cases] to retain and recruit in today’s society.” He added improvements have been made, stressing that many trainers are good employers who recognise the issue, but there is still work to be done. Mr McGrath also said racing is learning to “upskill”…

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the costs and cover you face with cases of colic

OWNERS should be more aware of the varying costs of colic treatment and read insurance policies thoroughly to make informed decisions, research indicates. A study of insurance policies and the costs of referral treatment of equine colic, by Sarah Freeman and Isobel Barker of the University of Nottingham, found costs varied significantly, and the cost of surgery exceeded maximum cover in four out of five insurance policies reviewed. Data on 59 horses from nine equine hospitals was studied for four outcomes of colic: euthanasia, surgery and euthanasia, surgical treatment, and medical treatment. The cost of surgical treatment ranged from £3,178 to £9,100, the costs of medical treatment £554 to £3,821. Cases euthanised during or after the first surgical intervention ranged from £1,579 to £10,301. Sarah Freeman, professor of veterinary surgery at the school…

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people in the news

Internal medicine and surgery specialist Tim Mair is the new British Equine Veterinary Association president, while Lucy Grieve of Rossdales becomes president elect. Jockey Megan Nicholls has won her third consecutive Silk Series title. She took the series for female riders with a win to spare and is the only one to have won the scheme, launched in 2017. The new Society of Master Saddlers president Ted Boggis said he is honoured to take on the role. He succeeds Chris Taylor, while Bea Blakeman has become the new vice-president. Jockey Aidan Coleman has marked a milestone by winning at every jumps course in Britain. His last venue was Kelso, where he won with Theflyingportrait on 18 September. Showing rider Bobby Bright has written a book, Sex, Drugs and Red Rosettes, a comedy novel about…

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