BE PREPARED â€“ Equine Safety, Accident Prevention, Emergency Response
Next clinic: 13 April 2013 in Portland
Equine First Aid is about:
- Handling of your horse in an emergency
- Information necessary for the vet in an emergency
- Prepare your horse for the vet in an emergency
- Taking vital signs
- Emergency first aid vs. regular first aid
- Barn first aid kits
- Legal considerations
Our goal: To Prepare you for an equine emergency and teach you how to help an injured or sick horse until the veterinarian arrives.
Instructor: Susanne Vogt of Happy Horse Dressage Stables
What will you learn in this ~ 4 hour Level 1 Equine First Aid Workshop ? You will learn how to recognize the symptoms of sickness or injury in a horse, how to handle each situation accordingly and to be aware of legal considerations.
Where are the Equine First Aid Workshops held? You can attend workshops at our equestrian facility at Happy Horse Dressage Stables, in Portland, or you can host the workshop at your stable/ location.
Price: $65.00 per person for a workshop held at Portland.
If you like to organize a workshop at your barn the cost is $75.00 per person.
Registration: Call 613 272 2597 or email email@example.com, to sign up for a workshop or to organize a workshop at your location.
Company / Farm: Happy Horse Stables - Our equestrian centre, located in Portland, Ontario, has two specialties. We provide customized lessons, coaching and training in Classical Dressage, for riders and horses at all levels. We offer safe and supportive programs that promote riding education as well as riding skills. We tailor our programs to meet the ability and interests of each individual.
Dressage is an age-old riding tradition that is in harmony with the horseâ€™s natural ability and willingness. The equestrian core of Happy Horse Stables is classical dressage, and is centered on Susanne Vogt's considerable knowledge and experience in riding, teaching and training. Susanne comes to us from Switzerland where she competed and trained in classical dressage at the highest levels. In Canada she has built up an equestrian facility focusing on teaching and training in a calm and positive environment. Facilities at Happy Horse Stables include well-trained and responsive school horses, indoor riding arena with heated viewing room, sand ring, grass ring, round pen, extensive trails, large pastures and a well-equipped barn.
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