There’s no better time to plan a trip to sunny San Diego because the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) is hosting its ninth annual Healthy Horses Workshop, to be held Dec. 6 in America’s Finest City. The event offers seminars addressing health topics important to horse owners and features world-renowned veterinary experts. As a special treat, eventing’s Olympic silver medalist Gina Miles will be on hand at the workshop to talk about her Olympic experience.
—Eye Diseases for Horse Owners: No More Blind Horses!
Dennis Brooks, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVO
—Gina Miles: What It Takes to Win Silver
—Pain-Free Saddle Fitting for You and Your Horse: Part I & II
Joyce Harman, DVM
—One-Step Horsemanship: Training and Control from the Ground
David Hayes, DVM
—Nutrition: Unlock the Key to Horse Health
Lydia Gray, DVM, MA
—Olympic Equine Medicine: Experiences as an Emergency Treating Veterinarian for Five Olympic Games
Sharon Spier, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM
The Workshop takes place from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at San Diego’s Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in conjunction with the AAEP 54th Annual Convention. The pre-registration fee through November 10 is $70; on-site registration is $85. Lunch is included with the cost of registration.
To register, visit www.aaep.org/healthy_horses.htm. You also may register for this event by calling the AAEP office at (800) 443-0177. Seating is limited and on-site registration will be offered based on space availability.
that would be interesting to go to.
yeah, it would be interesting.
I really think they should talk about lamenes..I deal with it with my horse,and so do numerous other horse owners.
What about horses’ feet? My friends have lots of problems…
Sounds fun but too far away.