HORSE U is put together by Equine Science Graduate Students with the help of undergraduates in the Animal Sciences department.
The event will be held on November 4, 2017 for children ages nine and up along with any parents or youth club leaders that would like to attend. HORSE U takes place at two venues, The Beef Teaching Unit and the Horse Unit. Check in and the event closing will be at the Beef Teaching Unit. A charter bus will take participants between venues. There are three “stations” at each location that all comprise a hands on learning component. Part of the day will be spent outdoors.
- Quiz Bowl
- Saddle Fit
- Forage Quality & Analysis
- Horse Judging
- Digestive Tract Problems
- Nutrition for Special Cases
WHAT DOES THE $20 REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDE?
> Your registration fee includes a t-shirt, lunch and a grab bag
WHAT DO I WEAR?
> Participants are required to wear long pants and comfortable closed toe shoes in order to participate with the equine activities. Please dress accordingly to the weather, as part of the day will be spent outdoors.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
HOW LONG IS THE EVENT?
> Check-in begins at 8:00AM
> Event will kick off at 9:00AM
> Event ends at 3:15 PM
CAN A PARENT OR GUARDIAN ATTEND?
Parents or guardians who attend must complete a registration form, linked above.
**For More Information Contact Courteney Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 844-1559.
Hosted by the Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine, there will be presentations covering forage quality as it relates to nutrition, disease prevention, and several other topics. More information for this event is coming soon!