The Moredun Foundation

The Moredun Foundation is a registered charity that promotes animal health and welfare by funding research and disseminating detailed information on the latest progress in animal health research to scientists, veterinarians, research workers and farmers throughout the world.

The Moredun – Improving the health and welfare of farm animals world-wide through distinguished scientific research.

The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies – The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh

Equine Grass Sickness Surveillance Scheme: Established in 2008, this nationwide scheme collates details of clinical cases of EGS occurring within Great Britain since 2000. The EGS Surveillance Scheme is co-ordinated at the Animal Health Trust, in collaboration with the Equine Grass Sickness Fund and the Universities of Edinburgh and Liverpool.

The Animal Health Trust – Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk

University of Liverpool Faculty of Veterinary Science – Equine Grass Sickness Research


Related Websites

British Horse Society and British Horse Society Scotland: Let’s Tackle Grass Sickness Campaign: in 2014 the BHS is providing invaluable support to raise funds for the vaccine trial. Find out more about the campaign here

Dave Cameron Photography: Dave donates 10% of net profits from sales of photographs to EGSF

Sally P Coles Photography

Sinclair Photography 

Robinsons Equestrian – For all your equestrian needs

Jacqueline Stanhope fine art – Extensive range of canine and equine prints

Baileys Horse Feeds – Horse feeds for Eventing, Show Jumping, Dressage, Carriage Driving

Blair Castle International Horse Trials & Country Fair – EGSF was the official charity for Blair Horse Trials in 2006

BEVA – British Equine Veterinary Association

Elizabeth Henderson Equine Sculpture

World Horse Welfare

National Equine Welfare Council – Raises Equine Welfare Standards

Top Spec – Top specification supplements and feed balancers


Suregrow Fertiliser – A unique fertiliser specifically for horse and pony paddocks containing a slower release form of nutrients.