BRC Flu Vacc Regulations
Flu vaccination checker
Excerpt from the rule book:
Each horse must have a valid vaccination certificate, which undeniably relates to that horse, completed, signed and
stamped on each line by a veterinary surgeon, who is not the owner of the animal. It must state that the horse has received
2 injections for primary vaccination against Equine Influenza given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart.
(Only these first two injections must be given before a horse can compete). In addition a first booster injection must
be given no less than 150 days and no more than 215 days after the 2nd injection of the primary vaccination. Subsequently,
booster injections must be given at intervals of not more than 1 year apart, commencing with the first booster injection.
NOTE..... There has been a change in the wording for the rules re-guarding the Flu Vac’s for BRCG7: Equine Influenza Our equine
influenza rules are based on the British Horseracing Authority Rules (formerly The Jockey Club Rules).
years will be ignored for an annual booster, but for the two primary injections and the first booster injection, the days
must be counted and therefore a leap year would interfere with the correct number of days between injections.After the horse has had the 1st injection the 2nd should be between 21
and 92 days, the next one 150 days to 215 days then a annual.Leap
years have been 2012. 2008. 2004, 2000, 1996, 1992, 1988, 1984, 1980
And remember no horse can compete in a qualifier or championship until the horse has had it’s
first 2 injections and they can not have had a injection on any of the 7 days prior to a competition or entry into the