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MSU Equine Conference begins April 17

MSU News Service

BOZEMAN, MT — Caring for old horses, training young horses and marketing horses in the new economy are among the many topics to be covered during Montana State University’s fifth annual Equine Conference and Trade Show on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18.

Jim Heird, director for teaching and outreach for the equine sciences program at Colorado State University, will give a demonstration on “I’m Whispering, but My Horse isn’t Listening” as well as the Catlin Memorial Lecture on issues in today’s horse industry. The Catlin Lecture is a state-of-the-art in-depth seminar in memory of Jack and Dave Catlin, veterinarians who contributed significantly to Montana’s equine industry.

The conference will also include a horsemanship clinic and 11 seminars. A horse sale, featuring top ranch horses from the West, will be held at 6 p.m. April 18 at the Miller Livestock Pavilion.

The conference costs $55 for adults and $35 for students. The conference is sponsored by the MSU Extension Horse Program and will be held in the Miller Livestock Pavilion at MSU and the Gran Tree Inn and Convention Center in Bozeman.

The conference schedule is:

BOZEMAN, MT — Caring for old horses, training young horses and marketing horses in the new economy are among the many topics to be covered during Montana State University’s fifth annual Equine Conference and Trade Show on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18.

Jim Heird, director for teaching and outreach for the equine sciences program at Colorado State University, will give a demonstration on “I’m Whispering, but My Horse isn’t Listening” as well as the Catlin Memorial Lecture on issues in today’s horse industry. The Catlin Lecture is a state-of-the-art in-depth seminar in memory of Jack and Dave Catlin, veterinarians who contributed significantly to Montana’s equine industry.

The conference will also include a horsemanship clinic and 11 seminars. A horse sale, featuring top ranch horses from the West, will be held at 6 p.m. April 18 at the Miller Livestock Pavilion.

The conference costs $55 for adults and $35 for students. The conference is sponsored by the MSU Extension Horse Program and will be held in the Miller Livestock Pavilion at MSU and the Gran Tree Inn and Convention Center in Bozeman.

The conference schedule is:

BOZEMAN, MT — Caring for old horses, training young horses and marketing horses in the new economy are among the many topics to be covered during Montana State University’s fifth annual Equine Conference and Trade Show on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18.

Jim Heird, director for teaching and outreach for the equine sciences program at Colorado State University, will give a demonstration on “I’m Whispering, but My Horse isn’t Listening” as well as the Catlin Memorial Lecture on issues in today’s horse industry. The Catlin Lecture is a state-of-the-art in-depth seminar in memory of Jack and Dave Catlin, veterinarians who contributed significantly to Montana’s equine industry.

The conference will also include a horsemanship clinic and 11 seminars. A horse sale, featuring top ranch horses from the West, will be held at 6 p.m. April 18 at the Miller Livestock Pavilion.

The conference costs $55 for adults and $35 for students. The conference is sponsored by the MSU Extension Horse Program and will be held in the Miller Livestock Pavilion at MSU and the Gran Tree Inn and Convention Center in Bozeman.

The conference schedule is:


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