Between home shores and overseas, the landscape has changed utterly in a week
New rules and regulations over equine travel between Ireland and Britain are causing headaches throughout the industry so be prepared to avoid delays
Successful East Yorkshire show jumping coach, rider and producer, Rachael Williams, is stepping up the search for a yard in France post Brexit
Paul Murphy, who runs the UK side of the business for George Mullins Transport, highlighted the need for people to get their EORI number from Revenue
Equine yards, not just horses and ponies, are going to be on the move over Brexit
Amid soaring Covid cases, Tokyo has been plunged into a lockdown again with less than 200 days to go to the opening ceremony of the Olympics
Acting CEO of Horse Sport Ireland, Joe Reynolds, reminded all in the equestrian sector of their responsibility to help stop the spread of coronavirus
With Brexit bringing in a raft of unwieldy changes to equine travel, the time is now for as smooth a process as possible to safeguard travelling horses and ponies, grooms and drivers
Long haul equine transporters Roy and Deirdre Seale feel that reams of red tape and rigorous customs requirements will cripple the flow of horses between Ireland and Britain
The message from officials is to keep up to date with all the latest information on the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine's website Brexit section if moving horses between Ireland and UK
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