2019 Seminar LIneup
16-February 2019: USDF L Graduate Continuing Education Program at FENCE, 08:00-16:30, FENCE house, contact Barbara Clarke for details. email@example.com
20-February: Jennifer Kotylo will present “Bodywork for Riders”
20-March: Saddle, bit and bridle fitting with Jill Briggs & Melissa Van Doren
17-April: PEER (Polk Equine Emergency Rescue) lecture with Executive director Anita Williamson, will cover Equine Emergencies and Rescue.
15-May: Stable and Home Fire Safety with Bobby Arledge, Polk County Emergency Management.
19-June: Everything the Horse Owner Should Know! Dr Miller Thornbury and Dr Grace Buchanan will join Dr Bibi Freer to present “everything” a horse owner should know - as well as all those vital measurements that you should have when you call the vet. We will even have a “demo” pony on hand to help us learn how to pull a shoe and how to wrap a hoof.
18-September-2019 will be presenter Christina Reynolds, Triple Crown. Christina will address the Equine GI Tract, it's anatomy and disorders such as ulcers, leaky gut syndrome and the nutiritional support of those disorders. She will discuss the nutrition analysis on commercial feed tags and how to think critically when making purchasing decisions, including the addition of supplements to your horses diet.
16-October-2019 will be presenter Sara Hufstader, Equithink. Sara will address methods for re-calibrating anxiety and fear. Focus will be on equestrian-specific challenges including fear after a fall, competition nerves, improving horse/human relationships whether in training or competition. Methods incorporate visualization, guided imagery, utilizing breath to influence and/or control physicality of emotion. Transforming negativity into useful energy.
About Sara: Sara is a Certified Clinical Hypnotheraist (CCHt), Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), also a NLP Life Coach, certified in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy I & II, and holds an Instructor's Certification, Morven Park International Equestrian Institute.
20-November-2019 is the FRC Annual Meeting along with Educatnal Seminar. The Annual Meeting is a potluck, election of board members, voting on final charities for the coming year, and the final educatinal seminar of 2019 with "Horse Holidays: Combining a Love of Horses with Your Sense of Adventure"
This meeting will start at 6:15. FRC will provide pizza and beverages. If your last name begins A-L bring dessert. If your last name begins M-Z bring an appetizer.
More seminars to be added throughout the year.
All seminars are held at the FENCE House, 3381 Hunting Country Road, Tryon NC 28782. Anyone wanting more information can contact FRC Educational Co-chair Barbara Clarke, firstname.lastname@example.org