People reminded to take part in equine health survey

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Equine insurance customers might be looking to take part in the National Equine Health Survey this week after the Blue Cross reminded people across the UK to do their bit in order to help shape the future of healthcare for horses.

Those who do take the survey could also be in with a chance of winning a photoshoot for themselves and their horse and become the face of the National Equine Health Survey 2012.

The survey was launched last year jointly by the Blue Cross and the British Equine Veterinary Association and education officer at the animal charity Kerry Doyle pleaded with animal lovers to take five minutes out of their time to fill in the document.

"We had over 1,000 people submitting information about the health of their horses and ponies in May. The more data we have, the more useful it will be to identify trends in equine health," she added.

Last month, the Horse Trust ran a number of two-day seminars at different locations up and down the country to try and educate people thoroughly on equine welfare.

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