Event Calendar

Equine Diagnostic Research Seminar Series: Regenerative Medicine

  • Aug 31
  • Location: Lexington, Kentucky, USA

Aug. 31, 4-5 p.m. UK Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic Research Seminar Series Topic: Regenerative Medicine Speaker: Jamie MacLeod, VMD, PhD, UK Gluck Equine Research Center Location: UKVDL, Lexington, Kentucky

Standardbred Broodmare Health Seminar

  • Sep 09
  • Location: Anderson, IN, USA

The Indiana Horse Racing Commission and the Indiana Standardbred Breed Development Program invites all Standardbred owners and breeders to attend a FREE Broodmare Health Seminar, to be held at Hoosier Park Racetrack in Anderson, Ind., on Saturday, September 9 at 1 pm. Veterinarians and nutritionists will discuss the best practices to help prepare a mare for breeding, increase conception rates, and better foaling practices. Free refreshments will be provided, and attendees are invited to stay for the evening's races at Hoosier Park. Must RSVP by Sept. 5 by emailing Standardbred@hrc.in.gov

2017 BEVA Congress

  • Sep 13 - Sep 16
  • Location: Liverpool, , UK

The 2017 British Equine Veterinary Association Congress will take place September 13-16, 2017 in Liverpool, UK.

Homes for Horses Coalition Conference

  • Sep 22 - Sep 23
  • Location: El Segundo, CA, USA

THE HOMES FOR HORSES COALITION CONFERENCE Friday, September 22, 2017 2:00 PM - Saturday, September 23, 2017 5:00 PM (Pacific Time) Embassy Suites Los Angeles International Airport S 310-469-0023 1440 East Imperial Avenue El Segundo, California 90245 United States Map and Directions The Homes for Horses Coalition conference is the only national conference for those involved, or interested, in equine rescue and sanctuary. With an interactive format, our conference addresses the concerns and challenges of the equine rescue and protection community including, this year, important topics such as fundraising, planned giving and equine trusts, facility design and management, wild horses, and compassion fatigue. There will be time for networking and learning from peers which can be as helpful as formal training. We bring together equine welfare professionals from around the country to learn new skills and strategies to find homes for horses, keep horses in homes, engage and educate communities and better their organizations. Join us as more than 150 decision makers in the field of equine rescue and sanctuary come together for two incredible days of learning, sharing and networking. We pride ourselves on being the can’t-miss conference for nonprofit equine welfare facilities. Because of the generosity of our supporting organizations, ASPCA, Animal Welfare Institute and The Humane Society of the United States, we are able to offer this conference at the minimal registration fee of $35 for The Homes for Horses Coalition Members and $85 for non-members.

Equine Hoof Health with Dr. Ric Redden

  • Sep 29 - Sep 30
  • Location: Middleton, WI, WI, USA

A combination of lectures and live demonstrations presented by Dr. Ric Redden, world renowned horse health expert, will create an intense program that captivates those wanting to learn the “out of the box” thought process and help to start thinking their way through foot issues. The course is taught at a level for farriers and veterinarians. Horse owners are also invited to register and attend. It is Dr. Redden’s impression that “when they learn together, they can bring their thoughts in line to get on the same page and become more efficient in their dual roles and responsibilities for the care of the foot”.

Thoroughbred Makeover & National Symposium

  • Oct 05 - Oct 08
  • Location: Lexington, KY, USA

The Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium takes place at the Kentucky Horse Park October 5-8, 2017. It includes seminars, sponsor fair, horse sale, and the Thoroughbred Makeover finale. The Thoroughbred Makeover is a $100,000 competition in which hundreds of trainers acquire a recently retired racehorse and prepare it over a period not to exceed ten months for competition in one or two of ten riding sports. Formats for competition are designed to test the quality and progress of each horse’s training.