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HAPPA’s 2016 Equine Rehabilitation Conference


June 24, 2016



Just a reminder about HAPPA’s 2016 Equine Rehabilitation Conference – ‘From Rescue to Forever Horse’ on Wed 6th July 2016 see attached Agenda at Shores Hey Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre. The day will be a blend of educational talks and yard based demonstrations suitable for professionals working in the equestrian industry and equine enthusiasts alike. Tickets are now on offer at a discounted price of buy one ticket at £30 get another one half price £15.
The conference will be of benefit to owners wanting to improve their existing knowledge. The discussions are based on best practise and highlight the effects of remedial therapy along with equine nutrition, general well-being and performance. The day is packed full of innovative presenters giving insight into the significance of rehabilitation. Whether or not an owner is looking to improve their equine or add value to their toolkit. We are sure that everyone will take away important information that will stand them in good stead for the future.
We feel that you will benefit greatly from the day and that the knowledge will enable to you keep up to date with HAPPA practices that focus on the delivery of our strategic objectives. The day may also be advantageous for those involved within the industry wanting to pursue CPD.
The lists of speakers are professionals in their given fields and will be presenting on the fundamentals relevant to ensuring the best possible outcome, putting the horse first. Recognising the potential dangers of an ill-fitting saddle and the detrimental effects that injuries can have on an equine are valuable not only to people that work within the welfare sector but also to the general horse owning public.
Lunch is also included within the ticket price and further discounts can be arranged for group bookings. The venue is at our Rescue Centre, Shores Hey Farm, within the luxurious Thursden Conferencing Suite facility.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions relating to your own experiences and the morning session concludes with an insightful presentation confronting the fears surrounding the emotive subject of euthanasia; with the hope of changing the mind-set of people in general working together for the sake of ‘The Horse’.
We hope that you are able to join us on the day commencing at 9.00am to conclude at 4.30pm. To secure your places please contact the team at HAPPA on 01282 455992 or email [email protected]