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Amble: 

01665 713111 


Ashington: 

01670 852137


Morpeth: 

01670 505321


Morpeth Equine: 

01670 897597


Ponteland: 

01661 871570


Rothbury: 

01669 620638


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01665 721800


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Links - click on the underlined name to take you directly to their web site

Useful links to

.                 Defra

Equine Infectious Anaemia (swamp fever)

Organisations

.           British Equine Veterinary Association

BEVA MISSION STATEMENT
Aims and objectives
1. To promote veterinary and allied sciences related to the welfare of the horse.

2. To promote and foster cultural, scientific and professional activities of veterinary surgeons interested in equine practice, teaching and research.

3. To promote a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas of the management, health and diseases of the horse by holding meetings and an Annual Congress.

4. To encourage research into equine problems.

5. To publish the Equine Veterinary Journal and Equine Veterinary Education.

6. To co-operate with other national and international bodies interested in the promotion of equine and allied interests.

·                British Eventing

Membership information, team and event news, description and history of eventing, and a list of accredited British eventing trainers.

·                British Show Jumping Association

The BSJA is the governing body of show jumping in Great Britain, formulating the rules and codes of practice under which all affiliated competitions are run.

·                British Dressage

The British Dressage website is essential, regular viewing for all dressage enthusiasts. Containing the latest news from around the world, rules and  schedules.

·                 Burghley Direct

Burghley direct web page - online entries and results for most BE events

·                British Horse Society

British Horse Society for horses and riders,welfare, equestrian training, safety, bridleways and access, 350 affiliated Riding Clubs and rescue centres.

·              The Pony Club

The Pony Club in an international voluntary youth organisation for those interested in ponies and riding. It is the largest association of riders in the world.  It is represented in no less than 14 countries and has a membership exceeding 110,000

.                 Border Riding club

A local BHS Riding Club holding a wide range of training courses and social events

.                  The Percy Hunt

For information and news about the Percy Hunt, the supporters and the Percy Hunt branch of the Pony Club

Scottish Performance Horse Clinic-Weipers Centre Equine Hospital

Poor performance can be a significant problem in horses from Olympic Athletes to children's ponies.  The Scottish Performance Horse Clinic, part of Weipers Centre Equine Hospital offers comprehensive service from diagnosis through to treatment and follow-up.  They investigate poor performance and use Dynamic Endoscopy techniques, a technique that they developed. You can access the services of the Scottish Performance Horse Clinic and get a referral by contacting the clinic on 01670 897597. 

Competitions, training events and livery

·                 Titlington Training and Demonstration Centre

Titlington Training and Demonstration Centre is situated 8 miles North-West of Alnwick in the heart of rural North Northumberland. They run a variety of equestrian events ranging from British Eventing Horse Trials, unaffiliated one day events, affiliated and un-affiliated dressage, BSJA and unaffiliated jumping and Arena eventing. The 70 x 45 m all weather surface alongside the indoor arena allow us to run the events all year round, and host clinics with top trainers.

·                 Todburn Equestrian Centre

Todburn Equestrian Centre is well located less than 10 minutes north of Morpeth and under two minutes off the A697.  It offers a well situated new competition venue within easy reach of all the major roads.  A variety of equestrian disciplines are on offer from dressage, combined training, shows, arena events to unaffiliated show jumping and BSJA shows. The centre is available for hire by Pony club, Riding Clubs groups and individuals. Top trainers instruct on the premises and the facilities are suitable for the complete beginner to the serious competitor. The main arena is a floodlit 70m x 45m fenced arena. It has an Equestrian Surfaces Arti Turf surface, made up of a waxed sand, fibre and rubber combination. The arena has the option of Cross Country jumps around the parameter, including an Irish bank, roll top and stile fences. There are also a variety of portable Cross Country jumps, which make it ideal for arena events and working hunter classes.

·                 Angerton Steads

Angerton Steads is a floodlit 70 x 40m all weather surface and hosts training from the best local, national and international trainers providing the a unique opportunity to develop both horse and rider in the heart of Northumberland

.               Park End Equestrian Training Centre

Charlotte Ridley, BHSII, has bitten the bullet and built a superb top quality Indoor Riding Arena - not only does it have a top of the range Pasada Euro Track surface but includes a fabulous range of show jumps and fillers. The arena itself is 58 metres by 22 metres and, soon to be completed, a viewing gallery to seat approximately 50 people

Welfare organisations

.                 World Horse Welfare The new name for The International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH)

World Horse Welfare is the new name for the International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH). We are one of the world’s leading equine welfare charities; working towards a world where the horse is used but never abused.

.                    RSPCA Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

The RSPCA as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of animals.

.                    The Blue Cross

The Blue Cross is a registered UK animal welfare charity. Our aims are to:

  • ensure the welfare of animals by providing practical care
  • highlight the benefits of companionship between animals and people
  • promote a sense of respect and responsibility towards animals in the community

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