About BEVA Congress

BEVA Congress is a unique opportunity to discover, learn, and get together with equine vets from across the globe.


Packed full of inspiring, thought-provoking CPD, Congress covers the breadth of the equine veterinary sciences and with a mix of lectures and panel discussions it is the place to listen and interact with leading practitioners, be updated on the latest innovations and hear perspectives from world-renowned specialists.

And, of course, we have some fun along the way!

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Scientific Committee

BEVA Congress is designed by equine vets, for equine vets. 

Every Congress is developed by working vets who make up our Scientific Committee. They are responsible for identifying the right topics, hand-picking the best names to deliver the lectures and ensuring the programme will inspire, excite and develop everyone in the equine veterinary profession.

Our Scientific Committee this year is made up of

David Lloyd (Chair)

Liphook Equine Hospital

Andy Fiske-Jackson

Royal Veterinary College

Jamie Prutton

Liphook Equine Hospital

Tim Barnett

Rossdales Equine Hospital

Justine Kane-Smyth

Sussex Equine Hospital

James Crabtree

Equine Reproductive Services

Rosina Lillywhite

Liphook Equine Hospital


About BEVA

BEVA is a world leading equine veterinary association committed to championing high standards of equine health and welfare. We advance the veterinary and allied sciences, promote scientific excellence and educate equine veterinary professionals throughout the world. 

Run by a passionate group of equine vets, BEVA promotes and leads the equine veterinary community by providing a platform for discussion and an exchange of ideas on the management, health and welfare of the horse. 

We do this by:

  • representing the industry, advising on domestic and European issues and tackling a wide range of topical veterinary and welfare subjects

  • delivering some of the best equine CPD via our practical courses and online learning

  • producing two world leading equine veterinary journals, and

  • providing guidance to those working in the equine industry.