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HAPPA Equine Welfare Conference 2017


March 27, 2017



“Developing the Sustainability of the Riding Horse”.
HAPPA are excited to announce their second Equine Welfare Conference to be held at Shores Hey Farm on Wed 5th July 2017. The conference is aimed at the wellbeing of the leisure horse and walks through a range of interesting subjects, essential to keeping your horse sound and on track.
If you are passionate about horses and care about improving, promoting, preventing, behaviours and gaining insight; come along learn from the professionals and see how we do it.
We embrace equine welfare and want to share in a world where every horse benefits from great care; ensuring that owners and riders alike get more from their relationships with horses.
Understanding equine behaviour and adapting to the equine’s way of thinking enables us to better communicate with them and helps us to see the world through their eyes; enabling and engaging human interaction to enhance equine health and welfare.
What’s on the Agenda?

  • Fight or Flight
  • Coping Mechanisms
  • Repetition
  • Reward
  • Equitation Science
  • Spook-busting Techniques
  • Bitting & Bridle Fit
  • Teeth
  • Feeding – fit for purpose
  • Keeping your equine sound

Tickets are on sale now and are great value for money, priced at £25.00, for an action packed, informative, full day’s indulgence in all things equine. Buffet lunch is included; prepared in our award winning Scullery cafe where everything is locally sourced and of excellent quality. Vegetarian option available. Tickets are available to purchase on-line via (this link), alternatively you can reserve your tickets today by calling 01282 455992. Discounts are available for group bookings and for NEWC members (buy 10 tickets and get one free).
Accommodation is within easy reach and we can provide contact details of local accommodation providers.
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 01282 455992
HAPPA’s Mission is to continually strive to improve and promote equine welfare through Rescue, Rehabilitation Rehoming and Education.