This list represents the most recent 'batch’ of leaflets. BEVA will continue to develop these either based on the experience of council members or on request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright and reuse: All documents are provided under the creative commons non-commercial share alike licence, meaning that you can amend them, for example applying your own branding, but that attribution to BEVA must be retained.
Disclaimer: Presence of a client information leaflet does not mean that BEVA endorse or recommend the use of a particular medicine and veterinary surgeons should ensure that they understand how the cascade applies to the horse and should ensure that use and dosing are appropriate to each clinical scenario.
Detection times: Please note that detection times for commonly used equine medicines can be found on the Sports Horse Committee pages. However, formulation of medicines not licenced for use in horses may differ.
Last updated January 2018
BEVA have extensive guidance to the use of the cascade as it applies to the horse
Some medicines used under the cascade are hard to source and may involve the importation from another country or the use of extemporaneously prepared medicines (specials). A database of suppliers provided by members is included here (only accessible to members)