The product, which won a British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) innovation award, was created by Newmarket trainer Martin Smith after witnessing an incident in which a racehorse pulled a wall down onto itself.
What does BETA stand for?
BETA stands for British Equestrian Trade Association
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We have 51 other meanings of BETA in our Acronym Attic
- Baltimore's Extraordinary Technology Advocate (Award)
- Bandwidth Efficient Transmit(ting) Antenna
- Battlefield Exploitation & Target Acquisition
- Bayside Engineering and Technology Academy (Florida)
- Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (est. 2004; Beirut, Lebanon)
- Belize Eco-Tourism Association
- Beta Email Tracking Application (email hoax)
- Birth Education, Training, Acceptance, Inc.
- Branch Equivalent Tax Account (New Zealand)
- British Entertainment Trades Alliance
- Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS
- Business Education Teachers Association
- Business Education Technology Alliance
- Business Excellence through Action (various organizations)
- Bilingual English as a Second Language Technical Assistance Center (New York)
- Beginning-End Tag
- Bright Enriched Talented and Gifted Children (Peakhurst, NSW, Australia)
- Bilingual ESL Teacher Advancement Program (Washington State University College of Education)
- Bio-Energetic Transduction-Aided Resonance (psychoacoustic device)
- Brith Trumpeldor (right-wing Zionist youth organization)
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Three are owned by the Take up the Reins initiative, launched by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) and funded by Sport England as part of the London 2012 Olympic Legacy.
She won the British Equestrian Trade Association Rider of the Year award with older sister Pippa, who is also an international showjumper.
Compiled by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA), the voluntary code for feed manufacturers is intended to reduce the risk of naturally occurring prohibited substances finding their way into products fed to horses in training.
UK Trade & Investment and the Trade Access Programme helped the company to attend a major trade show in Germany, which was sponsored by the British Equestrian Trade Association.
The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) predicts more people will get into the saddle as a result of the London Olympic Games in 2012, adding to the 4.
The British Equestrian Trade Association (Beta) has invited feed manufacturers to sign up to a new series of guidelines to minimise the presence of naturally occurring prohibited substances in their feeds.
Airowear attended the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) trade fair at the NEC this week with its range of equestrian body protectors.