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Eclipse sponsors 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course

Eclipse sponsors 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course

8th December 2019

Eclipse are delighted to again be the main sponsor of the 2020 Rossdales Foal Care course, an immensely popular programme designed to provide practical advice for first opinion veterinary clinicians in addition to more detailed discussions for those involved with hospital-based foal care.

Speakers include internationally recognised foal care experts Peter Morresey (Rood & Riddle, Kentucky, USA), Jamie Kopper (Washington State University, USA) and Mathijs Theelen (Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands) together with 7 speakers with specialist expertise from the UK.

Evening trips include a supper and a visit to the award-winning National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art Palace House. The course dinner is hosted at the Jockey Club Rooms, complete with guided tour and a glimpse of a gorgeous painting Eclipse, as he was depicted in the 1760s.

The course is little earlier than usual this year and runs from 8th to 10th January, at the British Racing School just outside Newmarket, and further details are available here:

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New Eclipse family member up & running

New Eclipse family member up & running

1st July 2019

Simon Constable's Equine Vets joined the Eclipse 'family' in 2019, amid a host of other exciting new developments at the practice, including new offices and upgraded clinical facilities!

To see the recent progress made, Simon has posted an excellent video here.

Eclipse seems to have hit the spot well with everyone getting to grips with the new ways of working very quickly, and vets much enjoying being able to have complete animal histories with them now wherever their visits take them.

Simon explained, "We decided to invest in this particular veterinary software because of the fantastic reviews from many top Equine only practices because it has been developed in conjunction with one of the world's leading Equine practices, Rossdales in Newmarket. It has been designed purely for equine vets rather than adapted from other industries or from small animal practices. We are hoping it will further improve our service to clients."

Simon Constable's Equine Vets

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Improved Treatment Reminders

Improved Treatment Reminders

29th May 2019

Treatment reminders are now able to be sent directly from Eclipse by SMS text and/or email, as well as by postcard or letter, rather than having to create an Excel export and upload to a third party service to send out.

Though Eclipse has forever had good systems to find animals due for their next vaccination or dental visit, the treatment reminders procedure was not an automated one. Text messages and emails could not be sent directly from the list of animals (whose owners were) due to receive them.

Now the process is much quicker and easier. Clients can opt to receive reminders or not, have these sent by text and email, or text OR email, and/or by post as well if required. A single text/email message can be created to cover multiple animals where an owner has more than one due a reminder.

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Eclipse sponsors the 2019 Rossdales Periparturient Mare course

Eclipse sponsors the 2019 Rossdales Periparturient Mare course

2nd January 2019

Eclipse has been again been selected as the main sponsor for the immensely popular Rossdales course, on the Periparturient Mare this year.

The programme has been designed by Rossdales Partner and equine reproduction expert, Andrew McGladdery, with 12 other experienced equine reproduction speakers from the UK; Margo Macpherson from the University of Florida and Tom Stout from the University of Utrecht together with Rossdales equine reproduction scientist, Jenny Ousey, and Cambridge University's leading reproductive physiologist and a human fetal specialist Abigal Fowden.

Thursday afternoon is once again organised into study sessions - smaller groups for case-based interactive sessions at Rossdales Equine Hospital. Specialist topics for study include: high risk mare cases, dystocia cases, and post foaling complication cases.

Evening trips include supper and a visit to the award-winning National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art Palace House - and course dinner with a tour of the exclusive Jockey Club Rooms.

The course runs from 16th to 18th January 2019, at the BRS just outside Newmarket. Further details are available here

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