Calling budding journalists and photographers

Rockingham Castle

Student Media Competition for budding journalists and photographers

 

The Organisers of Brigstock International Horse Trials at Rockingham Castle 2nd to 4th May 2014 are inviting budding journalists and photographers to try their hand at reporting from or photographing the action at this year’s event.

Advice will be available on site from a professional journalist and photographer, with a morning briefing as to how to best fulfill the challenge. Read more

Do you have what it takes to join the Horseware Riders Team?

Horseware Grassroots Start of the future

Do you have what it takes to join the Horseware Riders Team?

Horseware are searching for a grassroots rider to join their prestigious Riders Team for 2014.  The winner will get a full sponsorship deal worth €10,000 (or equivalent) including personalised Horseware kit for horse and rider, a private clinic with a top Horseware rider, tickets to major Horseware sponsored events, and support and promotion from the Horseware social media team.

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Does your vet deserve an award?

Keith Chandler

Has your vet gone that “extra mile” for your horse?

Would you be lost without your vet’s support? If so, there’s still time to nominate them for a Petplan Veterinary award.

Petplan’s Head of Marketing, Isabella von Mesterhazy, comments, “At Petplan we work very closely with the equine veterinary profession, and know first-hand, as well as from our customers how important veterinary advice and dedication is. So if you are lucky enough to have a vet who is willing to ‘go that extra mile’ this is your chance to show them how much their support and commitment is appreciated.”

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Absorbine supports British Grooms Association Employment Survey

BGA-Hamper

Call for grooms and their employers to take part in a survey!

Leading horse care products company Absorbine is pleased to announce its support of The British Grooms Association (BGA) equestrian employment survey. The survey has been set up to help unveil the truth behind employment trends within the sector. As the professional membership association which represents the career interests of grooms, the BGA is urging all those who work with horses to come forward and have their say.

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