Can you insure a horse without a vetting?

Can you insure a horse without a vetting?

Insurance for horses

Council Regulation (EC) No. 1/2005, of December 22, 2004, on the protection of animals during transport and related operations and amending Directives 64/432/EEC and 93/119/EC and Regulation (EC) No. 1255/97, is the basic rule that regulates in the European Union the animal welfare requirements to be met when transporting live vertebrate animals in connection with an economic activity.

Subsequent to both regulations, other regulations have been published, which together with the experience acquired in the application of the previous ones, make a revision of the provisions of Royal Decree 751/2006, of June 16, 2006, necessary.

Thus, the enactment of Law 32/2007, of November 7, for the care of animals in their exploitation, transport, experimentation and slaughter, has meant a substantial legal change that, among other things, has established its own sanctioning regime in this matter. In addition, Article 8 of this law provides that animal transporters, their vehicles, containers or means of transport, must have the corresponding authorization and be registered, in the terms to be determined by regulations.

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Order APA/432/2021, of April 26, defining the insurable farms and animals, the minimum technical conditions of exploitation and handling, the scope of application, the guarantee period, the subscription period and the unit value of the animals, in relation to the insurance of equine livestock exploitation, included in the forty-second Combined Agrarian Insurance Plan.

In accordance with the provisions of Law 87/1978, of 28 December, on Combined Agrarian Insurance and Royal Decree 2329/1979, of 14 September, which develops it, with the forty-second Combined Agrarian Insurance Plan approved by the Agreement of the Council of Ministers of 22 December 2020, published by Resolution of 23 December 2020 of the Undersecretariat of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and at the proposal of the State Agricultural Insurance Entity, O.A. (ENESA), this order defines the insurable farms and animals, the minimum technical conditions of exploitation and management, the scope of application, the guarantee period, the subscription period and the unit value of the animals, in relation to the insurance of equine livestock exploitation.

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Abstract: The literature on school effectiveness and improvement has highlighted the critical role played by the principal in organizing sound pedagogical practices in the schools and increasing learning results. Current research is reviewed concerning how educational leadership is an important factor in improving outcomes. So far, both in Chile and Spain, principals have not been able to influence the improvement of teaching practice; however, the directions of current research and of educational policies now enhance pedagogical leadership. Managing for learning needs to go beyond school principal leadership, to broaden and move towards a distributed perspective, through teacher leadership and professional learning communities. We discuss the serious limitations that current school leadership has in designing environments aimed at improving the learning of all students.

The change in the 21st century is to create schools that ensure, for all students everywhere, educational success, i.e., a good education (Darling-Hammond, 2001). Schools must guarantee all students the necessary learning and school management is there to make this possible, focusing its efforts on this goal. Autonomy, support and additional resources must be placed at their service. It happens that, just as when school management is limited to mere administrative management, responsibilities for student learning are diluted; when it is focused on leadership for learning, this responsibility is central. Therefore, a forthcoming agenda for improving the exercise of management is to understand it as “leadership for learning”, which links its exercise with student learning and the results of the school.

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Weeks of inactivity in the box may have taken their toll on the physical condition and mental state of our horse. In order to ensure a smooth ride, it will be necessary to dedicate some time to get the animal ready to avoid injuries and bad habits acquired due to lack of training.

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Animals with a good attitude will be happy to see us, so it will be easier to start the activity. On the contrary, if the horse has not had a good time during the days of confinement, it will be more distrustful, forcing the rider to work on its confidence again. The good side of this situation is that it gives us the opportunity to have a new start with which to improve the relationship with our horse.

The return to activity will be more bearable if we start with a relaxed start. We must allow the horse to walk calmly and feed, so that it can start the exercise in a leisurely manner, without any shocks or demands, which will help our animal to be happy with our return.

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