Great British Breeding Debate
representatives from all parts of the British breeding industry
have registered to participate at an open meeting, on 14 February,
called by the BEF to gather views and comments on the BEF Breeding
Development Programme Plan. A further 100 individuals have asked
to receive information about the BDPP, although they are unable
to attend the meeting, and more registrations are still coming in.
programme has been designed to invite comment and discussion, with
situation reports from the BDPP working group chairmen followed
by an open forum at the end, when a lively debate can be expected!
will be representatives from:
BEF Member Bodies
The DEFRA Horse Industry Team
Breed Societies and Stud Books: Appaloosa Horse Club (UK) Ltd, Lusitano
Breed Society GB, Fell Pony Society, British Appaloosa Society,
Breeders Association, Shetland Pony Stud Book Society, Coloured
Horse & Pony Society (UK), Welsh Pony & Cob Society , British
Hanoverian Horse Society,
Dales Pony Society, BAPSH, Trakehner Breeders Fraternity.
Breeding industry representatives: Brampton Stables, Warren House
Equi Fertility Clinic, Genus Equine, Kingswood Equestrian Centre,
Direct, Aldborough Hall Equestrian Centre, Severnvale Equestrian
Centre, Seechem Equestrian Centre.
Universities and Colleges: Equine Unit - Bishop Burton College,
University of Lincoln, Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell.
Studs: Spinway Stud, Springfield Stud, Templeman Stud, Dodona Stud
UK, Pferde Stud, Landford Common Stud, Woolaston Stud, Home Farm
Farm Stud, Weston Stud, Hawtins Stud, Jivetime Stud, Meadow Stud,
Viewmount Stud, New Priory Stud, Wayland Stud / Silver Horseshoe
Riding Stable, The
Henry Fields Stud, Westpoint Stud, Alveston Stud, Soleum Stud, The
Pickmere Stud, Ingleston Stud.
80 breeders, accredited trainers, riders and press.
places are still available for this meeting. Please contact Kathryn
as soon as possible if you wish to join the debate.