Equine Podiatrist Emma Baker is running a course on the 8th October near Newport. The course is designed for horse owner’s that what to learn more about horse hoof health and what can impact it. Please contact Emma for more details.
The webinar tickets for the Equine Podiatry Association UK 2022 Hoof and Beyond conference can now be purchased using the following link: Webinar Tickets for the 2022 Hoof and Beyond Conference The recordings are currently being edited and will be made available on the Vimeo video hosting platform on, or possibly before, the 17th August 2022. The […]
To be held in person only on Thursday August 11th at 4.30pm at Bristol Rovers Football Ground. Open to all members but only FULL members may vote in resolutions.
The Equine Podiatry Association UK are proud to announce the EPA 2022 Conference which will run from Thursday 11th- Friday 12th August 2022 in Bristol. We have an impressive team of speakers this year, and hope to see you there! Tickets can be purchased using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-equine-podiatry-association-conference-2022-the-hoof-beyond-tickets
EQUINE PODIATRY ASSOCIATION (UK) ENDORSES NEW ‘DIPLOMA IN EQUINE PODIATRY’ QUALIFICATION The Equine Podiatry Association (UK) is thrilled to announce its approval of a brand new, level 5, fully accredited, national qualification – The Diploma in Equine Podiatry – which is being launched on the 14th of July. The qualification is awarded by Lantra Awards, […]
This year’s AGM will be on 15th August at 10.30am. To be held via video conference.
Following guidance published by the Government on 27th March 2020, until further notice, we are recommending to our members that they only attend horses that are classed as in urgent need of hoof care. If attendance is required for hoof care then we still recommend following the below process for everyone’s well being:
Lack of hoof care is a welfare issue to individual equines and therefore whilst it is safe and legal to do so, the EPA suggests that its members continue to provide equine podiatry services to their clients. The EPA recognises the importance of reducing disease transmission, and therefore suggests clients take the following precautions to […]
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CLIENTS Equine Influenza is a highly contagious disease affecting horses, donkeys and mules and causing respiratory symptoms. In light of the current UK outbreak, we are asking all of our Members’ clients to take the following preventative action to help to reduce risk of contamination: – Notify your visiting EP if any […]