9/24/2019

Speaker: Denise O'Meara
 

Date: October 22, 2019


Time: 7:00 pm ET


Webinar Description: Using examples from several communities around the country that allow horses to be kept on small acreage and residential properties, you’ll learn how your community’s zoning prac...

4/9/2019

Speaker: Dr. Christine Skelly
 

Date: May 8, 2019


Time: 12:00 pm ET


Webinar Description: Learn how housing options can affect the health and behavior of your horse. We will discuss the pros and cons of common housing systems including stabling and outdoor sheds and expl...

4/9/2019

Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Valberg
 

Date: April 25, 2019


Time: 12:00 pm ET


Webinar Description: This talk will provide an overview of commercially available genetic tests for diseases in horses, the breeds that are affected, and information on their scientific validation.

S...

4/9/2019

Along with longer, sunnier days, Spring presents management challenges and opportunities on the horse farm.   Melting snow and spring rains can, at the very least, produce muddy pastures and at the very worst create dangerous flooding.  New grass growth, rich in nutrie...

3/19/2019

Speaker: Mark Flint

Date Recorded: March 19, 2019

The most effective way to prevent opposition from derailing a trail project is to ensure there is none – or that opposition is so minimal as to be insignificant. Understanding the causes of opposition is critical to movin...

Gwen Wills of the Pennsylvania Equine Council, will speak about the issues, solutions, and collaborations with local and state agencies, equine advocacy organizations and consultants that must be understood, developed and maintained to keep and expand trails access for...

9/26/2018

Speaker: Gwen Wills

Date: November 13, 2018

Time: 7:00 pm ET

Gwen Wills of the Pennsylvania Equine Council, will speak about the issues, solutions, and collaborations with local and state agencies, equine advocacy organizations and consultants that must be understood, dev...

Summary

With spring, vaccinating your horse becomes a priority. This presentation will present a logical approach to determining which vaccines are appropriate for your horse. The core vaccines recommended by the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners), as w...

Description: In this webinar, author Christine Hughes, AICP, will teach you about ELCR’s new guide on equine zoning. Christine will walk viewers through the guide and help you to understand and use the content and concepts. Of special interest are the descriptions of h...

Welcome to our new blog site for My Horse University!  Our website has a new look and this blog is one more way we hope to draw our community closer together.  Please use the comments below to ask questions or just have a conversation with me or other readers.

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