China - Flight Information

Prior to entry into pre-export isolation, the horse(s) have been subjected to Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) test and Streptococcus Equi swab with negative results.

Vaccinations - Within 45 days of the scheduled date of export the horse(s) for export have been vaccinated against Equine Rhinopneumonitis. A second dose of the vaccine must accompany the horse(s) for export, and will be administered in post-arrival quarantine.

Pre-export Isolation - Horse(s) are required to be in pre-export isolation, at a Government Approved Facility, at least 30 days prior to the flight.

Tests - During pre-export isolation the horse(s) are tested for Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) and Streptococcus Equi.

Pregnant Mares - New Zealand Bloodstock Airfreight recommends pregnant mares not travel in their last trimester.

New Zealand Bloodstock Airfreight can offer a service to China, please contact us for more information or enquire about a booking now.

Contact: Kane Jones or Greg Northcott

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