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Horses 2007 Educational Conference

Saturday, March 31 ? Sunday, April 1, 2007

Cook College Campus, New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

Featuring Keynote Speakers
Dr. Patty Hogan, New Jersey Equine Clinic, Millstone, NJ

Dr. Sue McDonnell, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, New Bolton Center, Kennett Square, PA
 

Horses 2007 promised to be the most practical, informative event of the year. Attendees heard the experts in equine behavior, horse health, animal science, environmental science and veterinary medicine discuss the latest news and views. They also met and talked with major companies on up-to-the-minute developments in products and services. This unique conference comes to New Jersey only once every four years.


Saturday, March 31, 2007
Programs and events on this day were designed for:

  • Youth
  • Parents
  • First-time horse owners or those who have just purchased their first farm
  • Riding instructors
  • People thinking about buying a horse
  • Folks who want a refresher in basic horse health and care

Sunday, April 1, 2007
Programs and events on this day were designed for:

  • Veterinarians
  • Vet technicians
  • Horse health professionals
  • Trainers
  • Farriers
  • Experienced horse and horse farm owners
  • Leaders in the horse industry
  • Teachers and those in higher education

Farm and Land Management Short Course
Saturday, March 31, 2007 ?Sunday, April 1, 2007
 

Farm managers and owners who must comply with new state regulations for keeping livestock heard about environmental best management practices for managing a horse or livestock farm. (Registration was limited to 80 persons. Please contact the Equine Science Center at 732-932-9419 for details.)


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Photo by Mark Wyville. Used with permission
Photo by Mark Wyville. Used with permission

 

Dr. Patty Hogan

     When Dr. Patty Hogan first laid eyes on Smarty Jones, his owners and trainer believed he would lose an eye or, worse, have to be euthanized. He had smashed his head on a starting gate in a training accident and severely fractured his skull and eye socket. Her story of how Smarty Jones recovered was just part of her spell-binding talk, “It’s All About the Love of Horses: Saving Smarty Jones and Other Stories That Inspire.? This acclaimed equine surgeon is also an accomplished horsewoman whose hard work and dedication throughout her education and career will enthrall anyone who has ever dreamed of becoming an equine professional. The Equine Science Center thanks Dr. Hogan for speaking at Horses 2007.

 

   
Dr. Sue McDonnell
 

 

Dr. Sue McDonnell maintains a semi-feral herd of ponies specifically for the study of their physiology and behavior under semi-natural conditions. This allows long-term observation of equine social and developmental behavior and first-hand comparison of horse behavior under free-running and traditional domestic conditions. She has lectured on stallion, mare and foal behavior, raising an orphan foal, foal bonding, stress-free weaning, causes of and cures for common vices, bad habits and related topics and has written books on equine behavior for both the layperson and equine professionals. On Saturday, her topic was “Why Does My Horse Do That? Elements of Basic Horse Behavior.?On Sunday she delivered a keynote address covering “Current Research on Horse Behavior.?The Equine Science Center thanks Dr. McDonnell for speaking at Horses 2007.

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