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Digestive Health Problems in the Performance Horse: Talks in May

Interested in learning more about common digestive health problems plaguing performance horses today? Sign up to attend one or both of these talks, presented by Freedom Health and featuring several expert guest speakers. For both talks, RSVP to Emma Hardy by Thursday 9th May, 2013 to be added to the attendance list at 07850176119 or ehardy@freedomhealthllc.com.

Topics for both sessions will include:

  • A review of equine digestive health
  • Gastric and colonic ulceration
  • Diagnostic methods for determining ulceration
  • Strategies for treatment and prevention
  • Practical feeding of the performance horse.

Monday, May 13, 2013

  • 6:30 pm
  • Heath Court Hotel, Newmarket

In conjunction with Horse Requisites Newmarket, Freedom Health LLC would like to invite you for light refreshments and to learn more about “Digestive Health Problems in the Performance Horse.”

Hosted by Dr Emma Hardy (UK Manager for Freedom Health) with guest speaker Dr Kenneth Hill, former Director of Equine Research, University of Limerick. This free educational evening will be held at the Heath Court Hotel, Newmarket on Monday May 13th, 2013, from 6.30pm onwards.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

  • 6:30 pm
  • Holiday Inn, Brentwood

In conjunction with Platt, Murrell & Cunningham Equine Vets, Freedom Health LLC would like to invite you for light refreshments and to learn more  about “Digestive Health Problems in the Performance Horse.

Hosted by Dr Emma Hardy (UK Manager for Freedom Health) with guest speakers Dr Kenneth Hill, former Director of Equine Research, University of Limerick & Dr David Platt, BVSc, CVR, PhD, DEO, FRCVS of Platt, Murrell & Cunningham Vets. This free educational evening will be held at the Holiday Inn Brentwood, (M25 J28) on Tuesday May 14th, 2013, from 6.30pm onwards.

 

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