Event Calendar

Equine Physical Therapy & Rehab Seminar

  • Feb 11
  • Location: Columbus, NC, USA

FREE Seminar - Equine Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation for Horses with Soft Tissue Injuries * Sponsored by Merck * February 11, 2016 at 6:00p.m. * LOCATION: Tryon Equine Hospital, Columbus, NC * Dr. Earl Gaughn from Merck and Dr. Bill Hay from Tryon Equine Hospital will be discussing different physical therapy and rehabilitation options for horses with soft tissue injuries. Dr. Rachel Stellini will also give an update on the new regenerative laser technology.

Pastures Please!!

  • Feb 11
  • Location: Versailles, Kentucky, USA

February 11, 6 p.m. Pastures Please!!, KCTCS System Office, 300 North Main St., Versailles, KY

KENA Meeting

  • Feb 16
  • Location: Lexington, Kentucky, USA

February 16, 6 p.m. Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) Meeting, Fasig-Tipton, Lexington, KY. kentuckyhorse.org/kena

Equine Diagnostic Research Seminar Series

  • Feb 25
  • Location: Lexington, Kentucky, USA

February 25, 4 p.m. UK Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar Series. James Schumacher, DVM, University of Tennessee, will speak about navicular diseases at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.

EquiFest of Kansas

  • Feb 26 - Feb 28
  • Location: Topeka, KS, USA

This Equine event brings in the top clinicians and leading experts in the field to educate horse enthusiasts on health issues, and all forms of training. This event is one of the largest in the Midwest. In a recent survey we polled our patrons the top reason they come is for the education. Everything else is just a perk. Please take a look at our website, the schedule of events during the expo is not up yet. Thank you!

Lameness Clinical Exam Seminar

  • Feb 26 - Feb 27
  • Location: Thompsons Station, TN, USA

Lameness Clinical Exam & Diagnostic Seminar Sport Horse Injuries, Ultrasound and Hallmarq Standing MRI February 26-27, 2016 Equine Performax will host a 2 day CE seminar focused on clinical lameness examination techniques and reference images in the diagnosis of sport horses. The seminar will enhance veterinarian’s skills when diagnosing injuries on the distal limb, stifle, and sacroiliac. Interactive wetlab sessions will be utilized to support proper ultrasound imaging techniques to improve image quality. Participants will also utilize the Hallmarq Standing MRI to discuss diagnosis and treatment plans. The seminar will offer participants multiple abnormal cases of sport horses and western disciplines to gain hands on case experience with the top level instructors. The Equine Performax facility, located at The Jaeckle Centre, provides participants with a best in class facility featuring a full veterinary clinic, seven equine rehabilitation modalities, a Hallmarq Standing Equine MRI and a multi-discipline training and competition facility. Settled 30 minutes south of Nashville, TN, The Jaeckle Centre offers a un-paralled opportunity for education and to learn from our most respected equine lameness colleagues. This course is open to veterinarians and veterinary technicians interested in building their diagnostic and technique skills. Seminar Information February 26 10:00pm-6:00pm February 27 9:00am-3:00pm CE Hours Pending Day 1- Lecture and Wet Lab Day 2- Lecutre and Wet Lab Attendee case review and discussion Format 20 participants Imaging stations with UltraSound, MRI and Horses Dedicated hands-on imaging instruction with clinicians Course Fee: $1000 Instructors Dr. Phillippe Benoit Dr. Cooper Williams Dr. Katarzyna Zukiewicz To register, please contact Melanie Fransen at mfransen@jaecklecentre.com The Jaeckle Centre 100 Saddle Springs Blvd Thompson’s Station, TN 37179 www.jaecklecentre.com

Adv. Equine Kinesio Taping Method

  • Mar 19 - Mar 20
  • Location: Petaluma, CA, USA

EQ1710LP: KTE3 - Advanced Clinical Applications of the Kinesio Taping® Method for Equines Petaluma, CA: Tuition: $795 with Dr. Sybille Molle, DVM The KTE3 course combines KTE1 & KTE2 coursework with extra lab time for attendees to practice their skills on a variety of clinical applications. KTE3 will allow the Instructor, Dr. Sybille Molle to cater towards specific practitioner protocols, clinical applications and conditions. Upon completion of this course and prerequisite KTE1 & KTE2 seminar, attendees will be eligible to request and take the exam to become Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner - Equine (CKTP-E). (Prerequisite, completion of KTA approved KTE1 & KTE2) Equinology is a state licensed school approved to operate by BPPE Please Note: This course is open to licensed professionals (vets, vet tech, chiropractors and advanced EEBWs.) Please call the office to discuss eligibility. Full course details can be found: http://equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=105 or call: 707.884.9963 or write: equinologyoffice@gmail.com

KTE1 & 2 Equine Kinesio Tapiing Method

  • Mar 21 - Mar 22
  • Location: Petaluma, CA, USA

EQ1700LP: KTE1 Introduction to the Kinesio Taping® Method for Equines, Basic Kinesio KT Equine 1 and KT Equine 2 Petaluma, CA: Tuition: $799 with Dr. Sybille Molle This two-day course led by Dr. Sybille Molle is designed for licensed professionals in equine health care to become familiar with the application of Kinesio Tape for specific use in therapeutic and clinical rehabilitation. The course is made up of two portions: KT Equine 1 (Fundamental concepts of the Kinesio Taping Method (KTM) for horses, and KT Equine 2 (Advanced Kinesio Taping concepts and corrective techniques for horses). Please Note: This course is open to licensed professionals (vets, vet tech, chiropractors and advanced EEBWs.) Please call the office to discuss eligibility. Equinology is a state licensed school approved to operate by BPPE Full course details can be found: http://equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=104 or call: 707.884.9963 or write: equinologyoffice@gmail.com

KTE1 & 2 Equine Kinesio Taping Method

  • Mar 21 - Mar 22
  • Location: Petaluma, CA, USA

EQ1700LP: KTE1 Introduction to the Kinesio Taping® Method for Equines, Basic Kinesio KT Equine 1 and KT Equine 2 Petaluma, CA: Tuition: $799 with Dr. Sybille Molle This two-day course led by Dr. Sybille Molle is designed for licensed professionals in equine health care to become familiar with the application of Kinesio Tape for specific use in therapeutic and clinical rehabilitation. The course is made up of two portions: KT Equine 1 (Fundamental concepts of the Kinesio Taping Method (KTM) for horses, and KT Equine 2 (Advanced Kinesio Taping concepts and corrective techniques for horses). Please Note: This course is open to licensed professionals (vets, vet tech, chiropractors and advanced EEBWs.) Please call the office to discuss eligibility. Equinology is a state licensed school approved to operate by BPPE Full course details can be found: http://equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=104 or call: 707.884.9963 or write: equinologyoffice@gmail.com

Equine Biomechanics and Lameness

  • Mar 25 - Mar 28
  • Location: Petaluma, CA,

Petaluma, CA: Tuition: $1495 with Dr. Carrie Schlachter, VMD of Circle Oak Equine When you step back to look at a horse or when you watch a horse move, do you ever wonder what you should be watching to objectively evaluate conformation, gaits and asymmetry? Do you know the common conformation faults and possible consequences of various defects? Do find yourself contemplating on how the muscles, tendons, ligaments and bone produce movement? Can you name the footfalls of the common gaits? Even if you have some insight to a few of the questions, the progressive horse person can always use more. Dr. Carrie Schlachter, veterinarian medical director of Circle Oak Equine in Petaluma, CA leads you through this valuable information in this 4 day course which can help whether you are an owner, trainer, competitor, equine health care practitioner or farrier. She will present the information in a variety of approaches using specimens, live horses, slides, diagrams and high speed video. Students will learn to palpate to place markers for bone measurement, joint angle and inclination. High speed video will allow students to view horses in slow motion for an easier assessment . Equinology is a state licensed school approved to operate by BPPE This course is open to the general public. However, if this type of material is new to your existing knowledge you may wish to register for the EQ50: Equine Anatomy Distance Study (cost $45): http://www.equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=73 Full course details can be found: http://equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=81 or call: 707.884.9963 or write: equinologyoffice@gmail.com

Equine Bodywork for Owners

  • Apr 01 - Apr 03
  • Location: Petaluma, CA, USA

EQ75: Equine Massage and Body Work for Owners and Trainers Petaluma, CA Tuition; $595 with Debranne Pattillo Learn how to do it right from Equinology approved instructors. This is a great course to help your horse in-between professional sessions. It is also a great introduction for those considering equine bodywork as a profession. A $100 discount is offered toward one of our equine certification courses for EQ75 participants. Outline: Locating the Surface Anatomy, Muscles Addressed in the Session, Common Areas of Stress, Encouraging Communication and Interaction During the Session, Recognizing Pain Versus Normal Responses, Massage and Body Work Techniques, Stretching, and Proper Body Mechanics. Equinology is a state licensed school approved to operate by BPPE For more details please visit: www.equinology.com/info/course.asp?courseid=45 707.884.9963 equinologyoffice@gmail.com

Equine Affaire

  • Apr 07 - Apr 10
  • Location: Columbus, OH, USA

Join us for Equine Affaire in Ohio, April 7-10, 2016!! Experience the nation's premier equine exposition, featuring an impressive educational program; the largest horse-related trade show in North America; The Marketplace consignment area; the Rod’s Equestrian Experience Pavilion; the Versatile Horse & Rider Competition on Friday; the popular Breed Pavilion; and a special evening show- the Fantasia, a musical celebration of the horse. We are also introducing the new Equine Fundamentals Forum in the Celeste Center and a new Horse Video Challenge--and have expanded the Horse & Farm Exhibits in the recently remodeled Gilligan Complex to include opportunities for horse people to both sell and buy horses. We’re excited about all that the 2016 Equine Affaire has to offer and hope you will join us in Ohio for what promises to be another great Equine Affaire!! Visit our Web site at www.equineaffaire.com, see us on Facebook, or call (740) 845-0085 for details weekdays 9:00am-5pm Eastern time.