Horseman's Day 2001 Owner Education

The AAEP will present Horseman’s Day 2001 in conjunction with its annual convention for veterinarians in San Diego, Calif., at the San Diego Convention Center on Nov. 25. The agenda is filled with educational sessions designed especially for horse owners. There will be six one-hour sessions providing up-to-date information on laminitis, behavior, nutrition, lameness, colic, and emergency medicine. As part of the registration fee, attendees will have access to one of the largest equine veterinary trade shows in the United States.

For questions regarding Horseman’s Day or to register, visit, or contact Lori Roberts at 800/443-0177; 859/233-0147;

Sessions for Horseman’s Day 2001:

  • Pete Gibbs, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACAN, “Nutrition for the Lifetime of Your Horse”
  • Jack Snyder, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, “Colic, California-Style”
  • Gary Magdesian, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, Dipl. ACVECC, “Recognizing and Managing Equine Emergencies”
  • Bill Moyer, DVM, “What’s New in the Ongoing Struggle Against Founder”
  • Andy Anderson, DVM, “Trailer Loading Made Easy”
    Barrie Grant, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, “Is He Lame or Is He Neurologic?”


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