Equine Guelph is offering Horses102, the follow-up to the popular Horses101 program launched last fall in Clinton.
Horses102 is a series of seminars geared to teaching members of the equine industry all about managing horses. Special topics include Preventing Barn Fires and Preparing for Disasters, presented by instructor Michelle Staples, as well as the Managing the Broodmare, presented by Dr. Katie Crossan, from the Kirkton veterinary clinic, and Doug Nash, former manager of Glenglate Farms and current instructor in the Equine Guelph online Growth and Development course.
Seminars will be held Tuesdays from 7 to 9pm for 4 consecutive weeks at the Reach facility in Clinton.
The specific seminars are:
1. Broodmare Management (April 6);
2. Nutrition – (April 13, to be determined);
3. First Aid (April 20, Dr. Katie Crossan;
4. Preventing barn fires and preparing for disasters (April 27, Michelle Staples)
For further information, contact communications and programs officer Susan Raymond, at Equine Guelph, University of Guelph, 50 McGilvray Street, Guelph, ON, Canada, N1G 2W1, or telephone 519-824-4120, extension 54230; fax 519-767-1081, or email www.EquineGuelph.ca.