Position Statements

Horses & Sport update
EHN Sport update Oct 17.pdf
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Equestrian Tourism
Equestrian Tourism Jul 17.pdf
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Horses in Agricultural Policy
EHN Horses in Agricultural Policy May 17[...]
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Responsible Ownership
Responsible Ownership.pdf
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Equine Growth & Environment
Equine Growth and Environment.pdf
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Veterinary Products
Veterinary Products.pdf
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Caen Horse Conference September 2014
EHN Report_HorseConf 1092014.pdf
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Equine Research
Equine Research.pdf
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Equine Education
Equine Education.pdf
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Equine Sport
Equine Sport.pdf
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Equine Welfare
Equine Welfare.pdf
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European Horse Sector
The EHN has published a leaflet outlining the scope of the horse sector in Europe and also how it affects so many areas of our lives - from helping the disabled to contributing greatly to local economies through successful European businesses linked to equestrianism.
European Horse Sector.pdf
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Equine Health
Equine Health.pdf
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Common Agricultural Policy
The horse sector is a dynamic agricultural and rural force in Europe.

There are over 6 million horses in Europe grazing over 6 million hectares of permanent grassland
While total revenues from traditional farming have fallen around 60% from their peak income level in 1995, the horse sector as a whole is growing, with the number of horse riders increasing by around +5% a year.
Market dynamics in agriculture and leisure are expected to amplify this further in future years, making the equestrian, horse racing and betting sector an important contributor for regional growth in many countries and regions throughout the EU. The horse sector has many positives in terms of agricultural and rural development:

*Ecologically friendly with a focus on permanent pasture
*minimal or no use of pest
Common Agricultural Policy.pdf
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