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‘The Pressure to Perform’ equine training class open to the public Dec. 8

BROOKINGS, SD – The SDSU Equine Issues and Leadership Class of 2011 invites the public to attend an equine seminar Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., on campus in the Animal Science Building, room 126/127.

The seminar shares different disciplines in the equine industry; from western and English, to various timed events. Participants will learn about behind the scenes training methods and techniques implicated within different events which yield the performing athlete commonly seen.

The workshop is free and open to the public.



Refreshments and poster session will be offered prior to the event. For more information contact Rebecca Bott, assistant professor and Extension Equine Specialist, 605-688-5412 or Rebecca.Bott@sdstate.edu.

BROOKINGS, SD – The SDSU Equine Issues and Leadership Class of 2011 invites the public to attend an equine seminar Dec. 8 at 7 p.m., on campus in the Animal Science Building, room 126/127.



The seminar shares different disciplines in the equine industry; from western and English, to various timed events. Participants will learn about behind the scenes training methods and techniques implicated within different events which yield the performing athlete commonly seen.

The workshop is free and open to the public.

Refreshments and poster session will be offered prior to the event. For more information contact Rebecca Bott, assistant professor and Extension Equine Specialist, 605-688-5412 or Rebecca.Bott@sdstate.edu.


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