Open College of Equine Studies
how to produce the ultimate equine athlete
you have always wanted to learn how to fine-tune your horse for
a winning competition season, The Open College of Equine Studies
has the answer with their popular Equine Athlete Production
and Therapies study week running from 1st- 6th June 2003.
A limited number of places are still available.
training horses for any competitive discipline, whether the sport
is racing, showjumping, dressage or eventing, injury and imbalance
can affect performance.
course covers the production of athletic horses for both the Thoroughbred
and non-Thoroughbred sectors and explores the range of traditional
and complementary therapies that are available to promote and regain
normal function. Experts in the fields will give practical talks
covered will include equine physiotherapy, shiatsu, chiropractic
techniques, laser and magnetic therapy, drugs and the performance
horse, sport horse production, advanced equine nutrition, foot balance
in the performance horse, equine biomechanics and the Thoroughbred
and racing industry.
will watch horses work on the gallops at Newmarket, visit the British
Racing School, the Animal Health Trust, a racehorse trainers
yard, and see horses swim.
course is open to all and starts at 2.30pm on Sunday 1st June and
ends at lunchtime on Friday 6th June. The cost is £300.00
including food and accommodation. To book your place contact The
Open College of Equine Studies, Flempton, Bury St Edmunds, IP28
6EN, telephone: 01284 700703,