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NOTICE BOARD:

 18th February 2019
BIOSECURITY MEASURES 2019
UPDATED BIOSECURITY POLICY In light of recent advice from the BEF, we will be implementing the following rules for ALL equines coming to the showground. We will be spot checking competitors on a...
 09/01/19
Full livery spaces available
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 09/01/19
Riding Lessons
Private, semi private and group lessons now available � all abilities catered for. We are also a Pony club Centre Please ring Terinna on 07767 374079....
 15th April
Strict No Dogs Policy
Please remember that Sunnybank operates a strictly no dogs policy. The only dogs allowed are guide dogs....
BIOSECURITY MEASURES 2019

UPDATED BIOSECURITY POLICY

In light of recent advice from the BEF, we will be implementing the following rules for
ALL equines coming to the showground. We will be spot checking competitors on arrival.

If you are found to be in breach of any of these rules, there will be serious consequences.


1. All horse and ponies must have Up-To-Date ‘Flu Vaccination and owners must bring their passports to prove this. This policy is in line with the rules of British Showjumping, British Dressage, British Eventing and British Riding Clubs.
See below for detailed information.

DO NOT TRAVEL AN EQUINE IF A VACCINATION HAS BEEN ADMINISTERED
IN THE PAST 7 DAYS

2. We expect all equines to have had their Temperature Taken Before Leaving Home. If the temperature is over 38.5 degrees, the animal should not travel to the event.

3.Also, a Visual Inspection for the other Symptoms of Equine Influenza should be made before
travelling a horse or pony to one of our events. Other symptoms include the following:
• Cough;
• Nasal Discharge;
• Enlarged Glands (under the lower jaw);
• Conjunctivitis;
• Depression;
• Loss of Appetite;
• Filling of the Lower Limbs.
We would also advise owners to be particularly vigilant if a new horse or pony has come onto their yard, especially those that have been recently imported.

Posted by Tyler 18th February 2019