- 1st Equine Influenza vaccination
- 2nd vaccination required from 21 – 92 days after the date of the 1st vaccination
- 3rd vaccination required from 150 – 215 days after the date of the 2nd vaccination
The first vaccination can be given from 4 – 6 months of age.
Horses can not be vaccinated within 7 days prior to a competition.
Horses are eligible to compete 7 days after the date of the 2nd vaccination under BHA,FEI and Pony Club rules.
Horses competing under FEI rules must be vaccinated within 6 months and 21 days of entry to FEI stables. As previously stated horses can not be vaccinated within 7 days prior to a competition.
A primary course of 2 vaccinations given 4 – 8 weeks apart is followed by a vaccination one year later. Boosters are required every other year thereafter. Foals can be vaccinated from 4 months of age.
Equine Herpes Virus:
EHV respiratory: A primary course of 2 vaccinations given 4 – 6 weeks apart is followed by boosters every 6 months thereafter. The first vaccination can be given from 5 months of age onwards.
EHV abortion: We recommend that pregnant mares are vaccinated at the 5th, 7th and 9th month of pregnancy.