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Protecting Equine Health
Biosecurity – Logical,
Implementable Biosecurity
Plans for Horseshows
Dr. Katie Flynn
California ...
Protecting Equine Health
The Perfect Storm at a Show
• Entry and Movement of the Disease
Agent
• Exposure of Stressed Susc...
Biosecurity
• Practices that
– Reduce the chance
infectious diseases will be
carried on to a event
premises
– Reduce the s...
Protecting Equine Health
Biosecurity:
A Common Sense
Approach
Protecting Equine Health
How do I start on a biosecurity Plan?
Step 1: Identify Risks for Disease Entry
Protecting Equine Health
Will the school allow a child with a
fever into the classroom?
Protecting Equine Health
Do you allow a sick horse onto your
show grounds?
What steps do you take to ensure healthy
horses...
Protecting Equine Health
Step 2: Identify Potential Ways for
Disease Pathogen Spread at the Event
“Follow the Horse”
• Dir...
Protecting Equine Health
How often do you share a drink with
multiple people?
Do you share a tissue after you
have used it?
Protecting Equine Health
What’s under the mats?
Protecting Equine Health
Commingling of Horses:
How can we reduce the risk?
Protecting Equine Health
How can we reduce the risk of fixed
stabling?
Protecting Equine Health
Human to Horse Contact
Protecting Equine Health
Dogs at Equine Events
Protecting Equine Health
Facility Risk Assessment Tools
Protecting Equine Health
Step 3: Address High Risks:
Implement Targeted Biosecurity
• Targets:
– Horse Entry
– Stabling
– ...
Protecting Equine Health
Horse Entry
• Entry health requirements
• Healthy horse inspections
• Animal identification
• Pla...
Protecting Equine Health
Stabling
• Ensure adequate number of stalls for
event.
• Clean and Disinfect stabling
• Stable ho...
Protecting Equine Health
Cleaning and Disinfection Tools
Protecting Equine Health
Keeping Horse Healthy Poster
Protecting Equine Health
Temperature Monitoring Log
Protecting Equine Health
Sick Horse at the Event
• Pre-planning is critical to success of
disease control
• Evaluation of ...
Protecting Equine Health
Guidance for Isolation Set Up
Protecting Equine Health
Monitoring Movement
and Isolation Areas
Protecting Equine Health
Exhibitor Education and
Participation
• Advance notification
– Outline horse health requirements
...
Protecting Equine Health
Benefits of a Biosecurity Plan at
Equine Events
• Lessens threat of disease
• Addresses well bein...
Protecting Equine Health
Biosecurity Toolkit for Equine Events
http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/ahfss/animal_health/equine_biosecuri...
Protecting Equine Health
Acknowledgements
• Dr. Kent Fowler
• Dr. John Madigan
• Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz
• Dr. Ellen Mary ...
Protecting Equine Health
Contact Information:
Dr. Katie Flynn
kflynn@cdfa.ca.gov
Office: 916-900-5039
Fax: 916-900-5338
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Ms. Katie Flynn - Biosecurity - Logical, Implementable BioSecurity Plans for Horseshows

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Biosecurity - Logical, Implementable BioSecurity Plans for Horseshows - Ms. Katie Flynn, BVMS, MRCVS, Equine Staff Veterinarian, California Department of Food & Agriculture, from the 2016 NIAA Annual Conference: From Farm to Table - Food System Biosecurity for Animal Agriculture, April 4-7, 2016, Kansas City, MO, USA.

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Ms. Katie Flynn - Biosecurity - Logical, Implementable BioSecurity Plans for Horseshows

  1. 1. Protecting Equine Health Biosecurity – Logical, Implementable Biosecurity Plans for Horseshows Dr. Katie Flynn California Department of Food and Agriculture Animal Health Branch
  2. 2. Protecting Equine Health The Perfect Storm at a Show • Entry and Movement of the Disease Agent • Exposure of Stressed Susceptible Horse Populations • Environmental Spread of Disease • Lack of Biosecurity
  3. 3. Biosecurity • Practices that – Reduce the chance infectious diseases will be carried on to a event premises – Reduce the spread of infectious diseases on event grounds.
  4. 4. Protecting Equine Health Biosecurity: A Common Sense Approach
  5. 5. Protecting Equine Health How do I start on a biosecurity Plan? Step 1: Identify Risks for Disease Entry
  6. 6. Protecting Equine Health Will the school allow a child with a fever into the classroom?
  7. 7. Protecting Equine Health Do you allow a sick horse onto your show grounds? What steps do you take to ensure healthy horses enter the show grounds?
  8. 8. Protecting Equine Health Step 2: Identify Potential Ways for Disease Pathogen Spread at the Event “Follow the Horse” • Direct contact – Horses – Livestock – Dogs – Humans • Indirect Contact – Hands – Clothing – Equipment – Communal Areas
  9. 9. Protecting Equine Health How often do you share a drink with multiple people?
  10. 10. Do you share a tissue after you have used it?
  11. 11. Protecting Equine Health What’s under the mats?
  12. 12. Protecting Equine Health Commingling of Horses: How can we reduce the risk?
  13. 13. Protecting Equine Health How can we reduce the risk of fixed stabling?
  14. 14. Protecting Equine Health Human to Horse Contact
  15. 15. Protecting Equine Health Dogs at Equine Events
  16. 16. Protecting Equine Health Facility Risk Assessment Tools
  17. 17. Protecting Equine Health Step 3: Address High Risks: Implement Targeted Biosecurity • Targets: – Horse Entry – Stabling – Isolation – Health Monitoring • Exhibitor Education and Participation • Simple Low Cost Approach
  18. 18. Protecting Equine Health Horse Entry • Entry health requirements • Healthy horse inspections • Animal identification • Plan for sick horses on arrival
  19. 19. Protecting Equine Health Stabling • Ensure adequate number of stalls for event. • Clean and Disinfect stabling • Stable horses of similar disease risk and health status – Ie out of state horses should not be mixed with local horses. • Limit human contact or provide hand sanitizers at the end of stable row. • Ensure proper ventilation and air flow
  20. 20. Protecting Equine Health Cleaning and Disinfection Tools
  21. 21. Protecting Equine Health Keeping Horse Healthy Poster
  22. 22. Protecting Equine Health Temperature Monitoring Log
  23. 23. Protecting Equine Health Sick Horse at the Event • Pre-planning is critical to success of disease control • Evaluation of the situation – Sick horse and exposed horse assessment • Isolation – WHERE: Ideally off site – WHEN? IMMEDIATELY – WHAT to isolate? Fever, neurologic horse, profuse diarrhea, etc – WHO to notify? Determine in advance who is responsible for isolation?
  24. 24. Protecting Equine Health Guidance for Isolation Set Up
  25. 25. Protecting Equine Health Monitoring Movement and Isolation Areas
  26. 26. Protecting Equine Health Exhibitor Education and Participation • Advance notification – Outline horse health requirements – Outline exhibitor biosecurity expectations – Ideally part of premium booklets or show informational materials • Onsite education – Signage: Biosecurity posters – Staff practicing good biosecurity • Consequences for failure to comply
  27. 27. Protecting Equine Health Benefits of a Biosecurity Plan at Equine Events • Lessens threat of disease • Addresses well being of horses • Improves owner/trainer satisfaction • Reduces “Risk of Liability” • Provides for forward planning • Promote business continuity for event and venue
  28. 28. Protecting Equine Health Biosecurity Toolkit for Equine Events http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/ahfss/animal_health/equine_biosecurity.html
  29. 29. Protecting Equine Health Acknowledgements • Dr. Kent Fowler • Dr. John Madigan • Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz • Dr. Ellen Mary Wilson • EMMP Advisory Committee Members
  30. 30. Protecting Equine Health Contact Information: Dr. Katie Flynn kflynn@cdfa.ca.gov Office: 916-900-5039 Fax: 916-900-5338

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