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Education By design

Bringing together industry leaders to share knowledge and best practice within our sport – Leading Innovation within the Sport’

Bedeveloped are committed to deliver opportunities for education, learning and sharing of best practice amongst the equestrian community. Run along side the international horse trials, workshops and courses allow opportunities for ‘on event’ training, giving participants greater insight and understanding when learning. Our vision is to bring like minded individuals and companies together for a week of networking, learning and conferencing.

All conferencing includes admission to the event.

See below for details of what is going on…

first aid training

Wednesday 28th September, welcomes Medi-K who are hosting First Aid training.

This First Aid training is open to everyone, and Medi-K specialise in first aid for riders. An opportunity to bring your first aid training up to date with ‘equestrian’ focused training.

The cost for the course is £80, which will include a light lunch, refreshments and free access (including car parking) to one day at the Event*.

*Ticket to be valid for Thursday or Friday

Click HERE to book your place

BEVA Event Incident Management Conference

Thursday 29th September – we welcome British Equine Veterinary Association for an Incident Management conference which will help veterinary delegates fine tune their performance – both vets under pressure and the sports horse; looking at specific emergencies, how to work at courses better and essentially- tips for making decisions under pressure with delegates learning how to remain calm and triage the acutely lame horse and transport it off course in the optimum way. The day will include both class room and ‘on event’ practical sessions.

Speakers include:

– Andy Bathe
– Jim Green,
– Chris Lochrin
– Patrick Pollock

For More Information please click HERE



The EHOA is run by owners for owners. We continue to increase owner benefits and the social network between owners. We continually work at keeping our excellent relationships with British Eventing, the Event Riders Association and the Event Organisers.


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Baileys horse feeds

Baileys Horse Feeds is passionate about equine nutrition and ensuring that owners and riders are able to make informed choices to provide their horses with diets that support optimum performance and well-being. The Baileys range of feeds includes options for every equine, backed up with knowledgeable yet practical advice, which can be tailored to each individual.

The company is family-owned and run and many of the team are active riders themselves so understand the challenges faced by today’s busy horse owners. Baileys has supported the sport of eventing, through class and rider sponsorship, for 20 years and is proud to be involved with the inaugural conference, at Osberton International Horse Trials.

MSD Animal Health

Our mission guides all of our work. Healthier animals mean a sustainable food supply, protection for humans against diseases passed from animals, and longer, healthier lives for pets. We understand that veterinary surgeons, farmers and pet owners face challenges that are wider, more complex and evolving faster than ever, not least being how animal health connects with our own. We are committed to providing the products, technologies, services and insights to help meet their needs.

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BEVA is a world leading equine veterinary association committed to championing high standards of equine health and welfare. We advance the veterinary and allied sciences, promote scientific excellence and educate equine veterinary professionals throughout the world.

Run by a passionate group of equine vets, BEVA promotes and leads the equine veterinary community by providing a platform for discussion and an exchange of ideas on the management, health and welfare of the horse.