Horse owners wanting to learn about the benefits of acupuncture and keeping their equines free from travel sickness can find the answers at this years British Equine Event at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire on 4-5 November.
The events "Talking Horses" seminar sessions have experts on-hand to offer advice on sending a mare to stud, treating travel sickness and the basics of equine acupuncture as well as alternative solutions for keeping older horses fit.
Bringing an international dimension to the event, Mikael Holmström from Sweden, shares his experiences of evaluating young horses.
Equestrian expertise from around the world is also provided by New Zealand Olympic eventer, Andrew Nicholson and from Finland, Olympic dressage star Kyra Kyrklund. Both will give demonstrations of their disciplines in the Main Arena.
Now in its 10th year, the British Equine Event offers advice and information on everything for the horse and rider. It includes a new Veterinary Clinic, farriery advice, a business forum and over 300 specialist companies and breed societies.
David Storrar, Director of Exhibitions for the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE), organisers of the event, says: "Every year the seminar sessions are packed with visitors able to take home some invaluable tips for looking after horses and ponies. If your horse has a problem, come here and quiz the experts free of charge!"The full programme of "Talking Horses" seminars
An introduction to equine acupuncture Sarah Coombs, MRCVS, IVAS in Veterinary Acupuncture (Saturday only)
sponsored by Hilton Herbs Ltd
Evaluating the young horse Mikael Holmström
sponsored by Intervet, manufacturer of Panacur Equine Guard
Travel sickness current thoughts on its origins and treatment Des Leadon, FRCVS, Irish Equine Unit
sponsored by BEVA Trust
Sending a mare to stud Richard Matson
sponsored by Genus Equine
Keeping your veteran viable the alternative solution Hilary Self, Hilton Herbs Ltd (Sunday only)
The British Equine Event is organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of England in association with Your Horse and is sponsored by Dodson Horrell, Eqvalan, Intervet and Martin Collins Enterprises
The Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) strives to promote and improve the science, art and practice of agriculture and kindred activities through education, research and development
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