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NEHS media toolkit

Spreading the word about NEHS 2018 is so important, as it is the only survey that looks at the general health of our horses, ponies, donkeys and mules in the UK. Below we have put together some great resources that we hope you can share.


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Sample Facebook updates

Calling all horse owners! We need your help by taking part in the National Equine Health Survey from 21st - 28th May 2018. Register now:

From little to large, all horse health matters! Help us to gather information to safeguard the health of the UK's horses.  Register now at and we will remind you when the survey opens from 21st - 28th May.

Safeguard future horse health in the UK by registering now and taking part in the National Equine Health Survey from 21-28 May at Please spread the word!

Sample tweets

Calling all horse owners - we need your help! Register now to take part in horse health survey: (21-28 May) #NEHS

From little to large, horse health matters! Help them by taking part in this survey: #NEHS

Quotes and testimonials

“Horses are a huge part of my life and have helped me achieve so much. Without them I wouldn’t be where I am now. We all love our horses and we owe it to them to take the best possible care of their health. It’s such a great honour to support Blue Cross with their National Equine Health Survey. It is helping us to understand so much more about equine health. By taking part in the survey you will be helping the experts paint a much clearer picture about the main health problems affecting our horses. This knowledge will help us to keep horses safe, healthy and happy, wherever they are." Yazmin Pinchen, International Showjumper
"I admire the incredible work Blue Cross does caring for abandoned and homeless horses and I am honoured to be supporting them this year with their National Equine Health Survey. The health and happiness of our equine population is of great importance to me, and Blue Cross’s NEHS survey is the only one of its kind that helps us gain a true understanding of the state of our nation’s horses to help improve their welfare. Me and my horses will be taking part this year, and I really hope you do too.” Mary King, Olympic three day eventer
“I adore all my horses, they are unique and characterful individuals. That is why I prioritise their health and happiness and why it is important to me to take part in the annual NEHS Survey as all horse lovers nationwide can help establish a true picture of equine health in this country and safeguard our four legged friends in the future.” Emily King, British Event Rider


— Page last updated 9/05/2018